Program Coordinator III - Dental Program Manager (Current Employee) – Quincy, MA – June 28, 2018
When I first started working here, everything was very relaxed and slow-pace but MassHealth was changing the way their runt heir business and many things changed. It became stressful because there were so many changes with time constraint. I am still at a stressful position with change and implementation, but once it plateaus, it will become relaxing again, I hope.
Associate Probation Officer (Former Employee) – Lawrence, MA – July 21, 2018
It’s a great full time job! Benefits are great and it is a Monday through Friday 37.5 hour work week and you get to have a life. Most of the positions require a degree and there is room for advancement
Direct Care Staff Member (Former Employee) – Pembroke, MA – June 19, 2018
The money was the last thing on my mind knowing what i was working for was the only reason i showed up to work the house i worked for on pembroke was a house with no manager we were running the house on our own until we had half a manager step up and he was barely there our program director stepped up big time. i earned 14 an hour and overtime was good. a day at work was very fast there was 3 clients in the house mostly able to do everything on their own. the hardest part of the job honestly was the politics of the company.
Cook/Prep (Former Employee) – Framingham, MA – June 16, 2018
Working in food is charanging high passed but loved it was chalanging high pace learned slot about food and prep before I took culinry for which I graduated with certificate and OSHA and serve safe certificate
Child protective social worker (Former Employee) – Whitinsville, MA – June 11, 2018
It was a good place to work at but also very stressful . Very family oriented but also bureacucy . A lot of paper work and some late nights . I would recommend this job for those who have a passion to help others and not just for a paycheck
Developmental Service Worker (Former Employee) – Fall River, MA – May 29, 2018
You are expected to work OT due to the fact you work with individuals who require full time care. The supervisor and the union have there own agenda and if you are not in either of these roles expect your opinion and rights as a worker for this company to not be taken seriously. The most enjoyable part of the job is to know you were making a difference in peoples lives you take care of
Consistent for the most part day to day work environment
Not feel like you listened to by Management or the Union
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Bridgewater, MA – May 15, 2018
I enjoy my job here I get to work with great people and learn a lot of things on a daily basis.There is always room for advancement and that is one of the reasons I want to retire with the state pension system.
Telecommunicator (Former Employee) – Middleton, MA – April 22, 2018
Poor management; unprofessional, no knowledge of the job, phony backstabbers, can’t keep employees even with the pay. Don’t care that people leave, turnover is extremely higher than any other regional dispatch center due to management. Health insurance stinks, GIC is terrible.
prefer not to answer (Former Employee) – Roxbury, MA – April 19, 2018
not interested in the place at all. wish i never worked for the state. typical day is not 8 hours. always answering phone calls and emails. no breaks, unsafe working conditions, unsanitary conditions, unbelievable management, not a good place.;.
Financial Assistance Social Worker III (Former Employee) – Lawrence, MA and Haverhill, MA – April 14, 2018
A very stressful place that is made tolerable by great co-workers and local office management teams. Clients seen can be going through a very difficult and tumultous time and that can be lessened by the worker. Local office workers are amazing.
co-workers, salary, benefits
salaries are per contract with Commonwealth and Union
Human Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Chicopee, MA – April 9, 2018
No 2 days were the same - significant consultation and planning and support to people in hospital and community. Attention to clinical needs and support to a diverse population across a large service area.
Project Manager (Former Employee) – MassDEP - ITO – April 4, 2018
I enjoyed working at MassDEP for several years before I left due to health problem that was affecting my overall health and job performance. I had good benefit package and I am trying to find a job within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts so that I can continue with my benefits as I took deferred retirement when I left in 2016, after 18 years of service. The work condition and environment were very good and people respected each other and worked collaboratively to achieve desired results.
Medical Review Examiner (C) (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – April 2, 2018
Great place to work if you have a family as they can be flexible but management is totally political. Managers are not promoted based on ability but demographics and who they know, which is frustrating b/c it discourages productive employees from advancing. Also frustrating is lack of work from home option as central office is in Boston.