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23 June 2019

What is health insurance like at GMMI, Inc.?

Pros

health insurance is free for employee, birthday holiday, free parking, 401K match (benefits package overall decent)

Cons

Obsessed with short-staffing, management does not seem to be concerned with employee well-being and always looking at the bottom line. Management does not understand the difficulties of case management and thinks they can pay the same as a fast food restaurant to get good staff. No AC after 6 p.m. or on weekends with the reasoning that all the staff should be able to fit in the small glass room with AC, which is unreasonable. HR does not communicate well and is rude. No bonuses; raises only cover inflation. Very disorganized throughout with lack of communication among HR, management and the staff; chaotic. Leadership is poor.

health insurance is free for employee, birthday holiday, free parking, 401K match (benefits package overall decent)

23 June 2019

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14 June 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at GMMI, Inc.?

Pros

Benefits are ok and my co-workers were very supportive and helpful. In this place you count on your coworkers a lot since the upper management is of no use.

Cons

Poor upper management and leadership all around. Poor selection of leaders. Some with very poor people skills who think it is ok to put employees down. Overall, a terrible experience working there and an extremely unprofessional environment. I would not recommend this place to anyone if it was the last place to work on earth.

Advice to Management

Select your leaders very carefully

Poor selection of leaders.

14 June 2020

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8 October 2018

How are the career development opportunities at GMMI, Inc.?

Pros

Benefits are pretty decent in terms of paid healthcare, holidays and PTO. Many of the coworkers are generally good and fun people

Cons

This is a decent place to work if it’s your first office job or for someone who recently finished school. However if you’re looking for a career, this isn’t the place for you as there is very little room for advancement. Senior managers are completely disconnected from the rest of the staff, with little to no interaction. The politics are even worse and create a toxic work environment for pretty much everyone. The company rides on the fact that they provide good benefits and makes no other effort to actually make their employees happy. God forbid they are bothered to spend money on the staff instead of treating themselves to company lunches every other week

Advice to Management

Any successful company in today’s world will tell you that if you don’t invest in your employees you will get nowhere. If you’re not willing to change your ways, reward people who work hard and remove those who are toxic you will fail as a business. Clients are important, but you are nothing without your employees

However if you’re looking for a career, this isn’t the place for you as there is very little room for advancement.

8 October 2018

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17 January 2020

What kind of career opportunities exist at GMMI, Inc.?

Pros

Pretty easy to do and simple job

Cons

Not much room for growth

Not much room for growth

17 January 2020

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23 June 2019

How is management perceived at GMMI, Inc.?

Pros

health insurance is free for employee, birthday holiday, free parking, 401K match (benefits package overall decent)

Cons

Obsessed with short-staffing, management does not seem to be concerned with employee well-being and always looking at the bottom line. Management does not understand the difficulties of case management and thinks they can pay the same as a fast food restaurant to get good staff. No AC after 6 p.m. or on weekends with the reasoning that all the staff should be able to fit in the small glass room with AC, which is unreasonable. HR does not communicate well and is rude. No bonuses; raises only cover inflation. Very disorganized throughout with lack of communication among HR, management and the staff; chaotic. Leadership is poor.

Management does not understand the difficulties of case management and thinks they can pay the same as a fast food restaurant to get good staff.

23 June 2019

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14 English questions out of 14