MedAssets – Oakland, CA
-Assist in Creating presentation materials for monthly client meetings. Prepare data analysis material required for the contract approval process… MedAssets
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I worked at MedAssets as a contractor (less than an year)Pros
Pay, almost no expectation of overtime. For someone unqualified for their job a pro would be that they can get by with B.S.ing their way through and being a yes-man (or woman).Cons
Make sure you ask about the non-disparagement agreement during the offer process so it won't be forced down your throat after it's too late.
About a month after started I was presented a required non-disparagement agreement about a month after starting, just long enough for interviews with other companies to grow cold, but I conveniently "forgot" to sign and no one noticed. That means being contractually prohibited from writing a negative GlassDoor review. Being yes-man (or woman) is rigidly enforced. My manager physically sat behind me watching every single line of code written insisting on copy-and-paste programming, prohibiting proper object-oriented programming.
The text of the agreement is as follows: "I must not disparage, criticize, malign, or defame MedAssets (or any of its clients or employees) to any of MedAssets’ employees, clients, service providers, suppliers, or contractors during or after my working relationship with MedAssets. Disparagement is any communication, oral or written, which would cause or tend to cause humiliation or embarrassment or to cause a recipient to question the business condition, integrity, product and service, quality, confidence or good character of any of MedAssets, its clients or employees."Advice to ManagementAdvice
Stop running your company like a dictatorship. You are not fooling anyone with your fake surveys.Doesn't RecommendPositive OutlookDisapproves of CEO