Anonymous (Current Employee) – Woodland Hills, CA – July 15, 2012
A typical day usual starts well enough, but usually the mood dies as soon as the boss comes in. Basically a negative pall is cast by their presence that stems from the way they treat their employees. e.g micromanagement, and abrasive attitude. I learned at this company that here are some people out there who are will to take advantage of others in order to meat their on ends. My co-workers have always been a joy to be around and all i have met in my time there were great people. The hardest part of the job is are responding to new issues that arise and pivoting to tackle them whilst simultaneously trying to carry out daily tasks that need to get done. The most enjoyable part of the job are the co-workers that i've meet and will remember for a long time.
billing associate (Former Employee) – new jersey – August 2, 2013
I worked for this company for a year after the practice I was working for was bought out by the hospital and the billing office was transferred to mmp. I got along with my fellow associates but the production supervisor was the worst boss ever. When I asked questions about my job performance , she never gave me a concrete answer. Instead of properly training me, she set me up to fail. If she did not like you, that was her MO and I was not the only employee that she did these tactics. The training was deplorable. I am proud of my professionalism and my previous employer appreciated my efforts. Working at MMP with this manager was horrible because of her negative attitude towatds my efforts to improve their unprofessional and sloppy correspondence.
The experience I recieved from this job was very helpful. I learned to interview, train and manage a sales team. Even though I learned how to manage a sales team, I think the biggest achievement was overcoming my own attitude when I was having a bad day.
The employees that I worked with were awesome. It felt like a large family. We were all very competitive, but all willing to help each other out. We all realized that making sure everyone was performing well was more important to the company.
Shift forman (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – April 7, 2014
I am a hard working man. Don't take much time off of work as I love to make sure my family is well taking care of. I do not miss work or show up late. I get my job done I work well under pressure. I get along with other's well and I follow directions as I'm told.
Regional Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – June 22, 2013
Start up franchise company poorly managed owner needs to sell and retire far far away. Print industry is dying and MMP is too expensive compared to Office Depot. I had to leave and was willing to volunteer to clean restrooms at Walmart in order to regain my confidence and self respect