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First of all accountability, proper training for all managers, culture diversity training. Employees do not leave good jobs, they leave bad bosses.

Be more cognizant of employees needs a happy employee is a productive employee. Fairness in all aspects of the work environment and culture.


It seems that this company is lacking in its leadership skills and communication capabilities. Its ashamed due to he company potential and lucrative contracts.

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Haven't seen a raise in a couple of years. But just the same I'm grateful and privileged in working for MVM

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Forty to 50 hours a day

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Knowledgable, fast paced, relaxed,

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The interview process was on time and good

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I took the test, by phone I didn’t have to pay anything

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Not guaranteed unless you have seniority.

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As a LT. you received none until after a year. If you are there for over 25 years, you only received 4 weeks of vacation

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The most stressful is the work culture, management lacks professionalism and leadership skills. The managers in San Antonio & McAllen are known to create tension among employees They constantly threaten employees with dismissal and create a low morale within the units because they pit the employees against one another. The supervisor works his minions as informants this creates a lot of backstabbing.

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