There are no words to fully describe the gravity of NorDx's poor management. The Lab Directors, as charismatic and charming as they may appear to be on the surface, will never swim against the tide of their CEO's ruthless strategies to cut costs, even at the expense of patient safety, overall quality, or the staff's well-being. The regional managers, operations managers, and most lab managers lack the courage to speak out or to protest the sweatshop working conditions imposed on their hard-working staff. Over the years, this lack of effective and respectful leadership has greatly magnified NorDx's employee recruitment and retention problems, and there's still no end in sight! Explore your employment opportunities and grow your professional career elsewhere.
Like working in a factory at nordex
I dreaded going to work each day at NorDx as a Med Tech. Inexperienced managers who are nothing more than company men and women were an embarrassment.
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I felt sick to my stomach knowing I'd be working my --- off for managers who are so afraid to say no to upper management's orders to cut positions. Nordx is a horrible place to work if you really care about the patient's well-being.
Knowing that NorDx is always short-staffed, techs are always rushing to get their work done, and their bottom line always outweighs quality and patient safety, I dreaded going to work as a Med Tech every day in this sweatshop. Management is poor from the directors on downward, and that will never change with the current CEO in place. Leaving NorDx eliminated so much stress and angst in my life. This is a very bad place to work if you truly care about helping others.
I liked going work
Answered - Staff Tehnologist (Former Employee) - Portland, ME
I enjoy going into work knowing that I'll be helping people.
Answered - Patient Access Associate (Current Employee) - Portland, ME