Benefits Consultant/Underwriting Consultant (Current Employee) – Fort Lee, NJ – February 12, 2018
It was good to experience fist hand the ins and outs of the insurance industry. From my time working with other colleagues to working with clients, I learned a lot that will allow e to further expand my career opportunities.
Insurance Collector (Former Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – June 20, 2017
MDS was a very friendly, educational work experience. I learned a lot and can't wait to demonstrate my newly obtained skills. In the beginning the work was a challenge and very frustrating but as I learned the in's and out's of my position I mastered the skills required quickly.
Communication Specialist (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – March 16, 2016
It's a ok work there but there to much micro management. Most of the staff are very young (like in their 20's) and treat the adults there like children. When you get threw training class you are on your on. Their is no motivation in this company you are always afraid to make a mistake or to work. The co workers are great but the management are really uptight & mean the get upset if you ask for help. The owner is a great man but his company is ran upside down (I don't think he knows what's going on). It use to be great to work there now you are just afraid all the time.
Weekly pay with bonus weekly
Mostly all political outbound cold call & micro management
Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Niles, MI – June 4, 2013
A typical day can be rough when things break down as much as they do. I have learned that a good manager and co workers can turn a bad job into a good job. The hardest part of my job is having no benefits, no insurance, no paid holidays or vacations. Since I started working at MDS in 2006, I have not taken a vacation. I like talking to some of the other drivers, they can make you forget about having a bad day.
MAIL SORTER (Former Employee) – Mechanicsburg, PA – August 7, 2012
A typical day at work was busy with presorting the mail. Didn't learn much other then how to rubberband bundles of money. Management barely showed themselves. They stuck mainly to their offices. Hardest part of the job was that it was a pretty dirty environment. Enjoyable part was that we were able to listen to music while we worked. And we were able to converse with our co-workers while we worked.