Nothing good to say.
MMC Has very little to offer. The pay for the general employees is below average, which is expected in a rural area, but they also offer very little in terms of benefits (medical that the employee has to pay a portion of and a 457 investment account with a 3% employer contribution).The environment is very political, with each department comprising a clique and joining with other departments to try to push their agenda or fight administration (is it often very reminiscent of high school drama).There are also several employees who have been working for MMC for more than a decade, not because they are hard workers or because they are necessarily good at their job, but because the job pool in Alturas is so bad, it's easier to keep them than to risk hiring someone else who will be just as bad or worse.There are no opportunities for advancement and little to no allowance for continuing education and professional development.The company is management heavy, with lots of C-levels and Directors with high salaries for little to no management experience/skills or for outside contractor 'interim' managers who do more bad than good as far as moving the facility forward and resolving ongoing issues. Some notable examples are the CEO that continued to collect her CFO salary after her promotion (yup, two paychecks) and the CNO who was writing prescriptions for herself and her children then abusing the drugs (and the administration knew, but let it continue until law enforcement got involved).There is nothing in Alturas as far as activities outside of work, no museums, art, entertainment (other than bars). While that small town may be nice for raising children in low-crime area, the education system here is take it or leave it.