The people I worked with at TKL are wonderful people
Clinical Data Manager (Former Employee) – New Jersey – October 19, 2016
The people I worked with at TKL are wonderful people. It is like working with your family. The people are always willing to help ready to show you new things and the training is another good thing any new employee would want to take advantage of. I will recommend somebody to work here.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Rochelle Park, NJ – August 25, 2016
Good entry level job for someone with minimal career experience. A lot of come outside-workers left to pursue better opportunities with larger companies. Co-workers and management were very pleasant to work with but not much room for advancement.
Receptionist/Recruiter (Former Employee) – Paramus, NJ – November 22, 2013
This was the longest job I had ever had and I loved this company!! Pay was great, people were nice and I dealt with alot of people on a daily basis so I had to utilize alot of customer service skills daily.
Prefer not to disclose (Former Employee) – NJ – October 12, 2012
I don't know where to begin.
Cons – Unreasonable and unrealistic deadlines and timelines, constantly working under stressful pressure, extreme favoritism, terrible attitudes and immaturity (Are we adults or is this high school?), toxic and unhealthy working environment, the benefits are not good at all, there are no perks, completely disorganized---NO STRUCTURE. There is no room for growth, and there are rarely any raises, if at all. Overall, it is just a very sad and unhappy office environment. So many great employees have left the company due to these reasons. Claims to be "a family" but is quite a dysfunctional one.
Understand that people are humans and not robots--timelines need to be realistic. People do have personal lives outside of the office and there needs to be some kind of fair balance. It shouldn't always be "jump, how high?" It would have also been nice to see some profits move down to the hard-working and dedicated employees, rather than just stay at the top.
there are some nice employees, but they are far and few. the ones that are nice are wonderful.
Clinical Monitoring Administrator (Current Employee) – Rochelle Park, NJ – August 15, 2012
A typical work day for me includes scheduling travel, and clinical visits, updating employee calendars, QC monitoring reports, filing paper items, responding to two sepreate email in-boxes. I manage, update, troubleshoot the companies CTMS System as well as help with SharePoint. I receive, process, and track fed-ex packages containing confidential and time sensatyive items. I aslo help other departments with compiling informational reports. Management is excellent. 90 percent of my day is managed by me, with little to no supervision. The hardest part of the day is just trying to keep up with the schedule of the 25+ employee's that are located remotely. Th emost enjoyable part of my day is working in such a family like atmosphere