U.S. Army Medical Command Employee Reviews

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Confident and poised in interactions with individuals at all levels.
Contact Representative (OA/PEBLO) (Current Employee) –  Fort Carson, ColoradoMarch 17, 2013
1. A typical day at work: Looking forward to serving those who serve and protect our nation.
2. What you learned: No sacrifice is greater than those who volunteer to serve and protect.
3. Management: Listening and Understanding your employees.
4. Your co-workers: Work collectively as ONE - Team Players.
5. The hardest part of the job: Holding back empathy.
6. The most enjoyable part of the job: Providing guidance, information, and hope.
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LACK OF COMMUNICATION
TECHNICIAN (Current Employee) –  BAMCFebruary 7, 2015
MILITARY IN CHARGE OF CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES ALOT OF CHANGE IN COMMAND WHICH CAN SOMETIMES END UP IN CONFUSION. NO ACCOUNTABILITY WHEN SOMETHING GOES WRONG. HIGH TURNOVER IN CERTAIN POSITIONS EXAMPLE DEPT OF NUTRITION. MOST ENJOOYABLE IS ENGAGEMENT WITH PATIENTS AND ENLISTED SOLDIERS AND AIRMEN.
Pros
job security
Cons
unorganized and lacks accountability
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Great leaders that managed well
Senior Manager (Former Employee) –  JBLM, WAAugust 11, 2014
I enjoyed my time in the military and the medical community, for the most I worked for excellent leaders that took the time to mentor and followed through on what they preached.
Pros
great leader development programs and fun workplace
Cons
little to no personal acountability
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favoritism
Wynn (Former Employee) –  fort StewartApril 25, 2015
If you know somebody you might get hire or you have to do extra in the interview. EEO. Lack of diversity in the company and full of employees getting paid to do nothing. Doctors are the worst in all military
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Enterprise Systems
Senior WLAN Engineer III (Current Employee) –  San Antonio, TxMay 27, 2013
Enterprise for Health Systems. Lot's of departments to work for.
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