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I'm betting a lot more than we know

Posted By: have left (sm) on 2007-10-10
In Reply to: Anyone leave MQ for another company? - jennie

I have 10 years with MedQ and just accepted a job with a small company. I start next week.  It is a scary step (at least for me, I'm a wuss) but I just couldn't go on with them anymore. 

I worked part-time for another national last year and it was night and day difference between them and MedQ as far as their treatment of employees, but I wasn't making enough money.  Now, with the cuts in everything, it was about the same money, however, this time I went with an even smaller company with clearly defined and seemingly achievable bonus parameters.  Change is hard, but I want to take a chance with another company just so I can tell myself I tried.

Just wanted to say good luck to you! I know there are companies out there that care!

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