Working Progress, currect undergoing a positive progression phase
Study Start-Up Associates (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – August 18, 2013
I am typical assigned a wide variety of administrative task on a day to day basis. Since switching departments and watching the corporation under go some heavy executive infrastructure changes my loyalty to this company has begun to enhance. I look forward to watch this company make its mark in the pharmaceuticals and bio tech industry. The management team is committed to communication and business development to both it internal and external customers. I can only expect that a company like this that has take such a swift change in direction is heading straight for the top.
The week in which they close in December requires that you use your PTO days
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 2, 2017
I worked for Premier Research (previously Pivotal Research) for 6 1/2 years and it was the greatest place to work. My coworkers were an amazing group and my boss was the greatest boss I've ever had. I miss this company. I left because I moved out of state and they don't have a location where I live. I miss Premier everyday.
Study Start-up Site Manager (Former Employee) – Raleigh-Durham, NC – January 22, 2017
I worked Premiere Research late 2012-2013. This company is a sham, they have no respect for their employees, they are very political. They cause division amongst the employees. You have no support or room to express Ideas, little to none work balance. Can't take your laptop home unless they say you can, no outside meeting attendance for growth, investigator or kick meeting. Management are bullies and spies and help promote bad behavior.
Premier is an excellent company to be employed by in the clinical trial industry
Data Acquisition Analyst (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – January 12, 2017
Premier has been an excellent company to work for, for the last almost five years. I have learned tremendous amounts of information within the Clinical Trial Industry and have been able to give back, while supporting a vast amount of clinical studies. I am grateful for the opportunity that Premier has provided me.
Growing company but not sure they know their exact direction
Manager (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – February 16, 2016
Premier Research was a good company to work at, but not a friendly top down environment. Senior Management would often pass you in the hallway and not even look in your direction, let alone give a friendly hello. Seemed to make hasty decisions and then expected the execution to be completed quickly by others.
Scirex was a wonderful place to work. Premier Research bought Scirex in 2005. The location and people I work with are amazing. The senior management (not at my location) seem to be more about making money than valuing their employees, while making money.
Speaking of the Philadelphia Premier Research office....RUN FOR YOUR LIFE!
Document Specialist (Former Employee) – Philadelphia – December 16, 2014
This place is horrible!! Let me explain why....the people here are so unfriendly and rude. If your not kissing up to higher management then you have no chances whatsoever. This place has the highest turnover rate you can imagine!! It's like a revolving door there. The upper management display poor and unprofessional behavior. Premier Research don't value any their good workers at all and they tend to screw them over. Also, you get laughed at if you get fired or layed off and I think that is so unacceptable! Overall, stay far away and clear from this pIace! I don't recommend anyone dealing with Premier Research, they are horrible. I will not be recommending anyone to work here. Working here everyday was like H*ll and after leaving for good was like a breath of fresh air.
The location, which is in the heart of downtown Philadelphia.
Unprofessional employees, No value in dedicated hard workers, a very high turnover rate!
CCR (Former Employee) – austin tx – August 12, 2014
They will hire you PRN bc they do not want to pay insurance. Applied working 40 hours a week which was good. A study fell through bc they are based on the economy. They immediately let go of 12 research coordinators. This is not a stable job for anyone. I loved my manager, but he did not have the power to keep us. I spent weeks learning protocols only to be let go and jobless after two months. Research is always changing and when a company does not get funding most personnel will be let go. Then a few months later they will be asking if you would like your job back.
Run for the hills. Very small CRO thats lacks integrity and professionalism. Organization is SPONSOR driven...
Employed (Current Employee) – Princeton, NJ – December 28, 2013
I have NEVER worked for such a horrid CRO. Managers are here today and gone tomorrow, meanwhile everything is to be kept silent. I was told from not to communicate with existing CRA's on project assignments but my CM... RED FLAG !!! Co-worker are very helpful, for there is no "REAL" training with respect to reporting systems. If allowed they'll have you on the road up to five days.
CRA (Current Employee) – Philidelphia – October 29, 2013
I've been here less than a year, and I am not impressed. Management is disorganized, its clearly a "favorites" game. It does not matter how hard you work in this industry, or how many times you volunteer, you will not promote in this company unless someone likes you.
Study Start-up Site Manager (Current Employee) – RTP, NC – August 26, 2013
limited resources and technology, management is lacking experience or just don;'t care. However, they do have great workers that work very hard. The hardest part of my job is that the management staff doesn't listen.
No laptops, not allowed to travel to Investigator meeting, kick off meeting.
Clinical Research Associate (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – June 11, 2013
There is so much turnover, and the line managers I had seemed to be really flaky, saying one thing one week and changing it the next. I was always over allocated. While I was assigned to two studies that would keep an employee busy full-time, I was also assigned to an additional two studies, being the only CRA on one of the additional studies. I was constantly told that Premier was going through growing pains and to hang in there, but off the record, I actually had a clinical manager tell me I was being set up to fail. The whole company seems very unprofessional.