Sr. Project Manager (Former Employee) – Manhattan, NY – November 5, 2015
Depressing place to work. Management is barely competent. Repetitive work with little room to grow. Lots of bureaucracy. Healthcare is decent, but the pay is below average. CEO is a complete phony with zero character. Avoid.
Healthcare, Smallish company
Below average compensation, management, bureaucracy
Nurse (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 17, 2017
I worked here barely a month. I didn't even started working I already wanted to quit. They say they are willing to teach tou, but that's a load of bull. 8 hr shift and I sat there the whole time to read a book! If I wanted to read a book, I would have stayed in college. They kept on passing me around to people who had no idea why they're there themselves. The whole thing seems shady. It feels like going to nursing to school knowing the college is not accredited. The workers/staff are snobbish, even the ones who are probably getting paid much less than you! The boss is a tool.
RESEARCH AIDE (Current Employee) – Eatontown, NJ – January 7, 2016
Everyday is different at Clinilabs depending on if you have a study or not. You get to meet a lot of new people. It is amazing to see the process that each drug company has to go through to get their drug approved. It is hard to learn the way to treat the subjects because you need to be stern with many of them but polite at the same time.
Research Assistant- Aide (Current Employee) – Eatontown, NJ – April 15, 2015
Great place to work if you need a side job. In my case the drug we were studying did not pass inspection so we got so far and had to stop work immediately and all non- full time employees were terminated for the time being, With the option to work in the future.
Polysomnographic Technologist (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 19, 2013
Performed routine sleep studies. Since working in this lab, I've learned to execute CPAP pressure a lot better. There wasn't much communication with management and co-workers besides in bi-weekly meetings. The hardest part of the job is the commute and parking is hard to find due to the residential area. The most enjoyable part of the job is working 3 nights, 12.5 hours shift.
commute, lack of communication among management and co-workers
Assistant Controller (Former Employee) – New York, NY – November 28, 2012
From 9am to around 12ish i did all banking needs. Mid day was in meeting with VP & President & board staff. Meeting consists of updating on company finances. Clinilabs is a sleep disorder research company, i learned how people lack a good night sleep in NYC & how so much stress people are under. My co-workers & team mates were the best. the hardest part of the job was not enough time in the day to complete projects. the most enjoyable part of Clinilabs was that team playing was everyone attitude.
Interesting workstudy, endless quantities of reading material, this is a position for those who love to learn.
Clinical Research Recruiter (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 24, 2012
Typical undermining female competitive behavior. Must always let the president know what is going on as you will be in regular meeting with him attending. Know the policies very well and never mind moving up, make your mark by doing what is most needed - Increasing the numbers of qualified participants and getting them to complete the study. Most of the time was spend outmanuvering sneaky administrative staff who would hide files, sabotoge computers, delay paychecks and create possible legal issues with HR in attempts to harrass and discredit. What made it enjoyable was finding I had the thinking ability and understanding to focus on not retaliating but producing results that increased profits.
learn about how to diagnose, treat, prevent and understand human disease.
Clinilabs is a small company that values hard work. I have been promoted twice in the 1.5 years that I have been here. I have been given ample opportunity to grow my skill set and my dedication has always been recognized and rewarded. This is an organization that will give you back what you put into it - and I wouldn't ask for more.
Management (Current Employee) – New York, NY – October 26, 2011
This is a relatively young company who has made it through tough times despite the recent economy. No doubt, start-ups go through growing pains but there is opportunity for those who are willing to work hard and put in their time.