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University of Connecticut Health Center Employer Reviews

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Great place for an internship!
Social Work Intern (Current Employee), Farmington, CTFebruary 3, 2014
Great place to intern as a social worker. Diverse and wide opportunity for learning and growth.
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Generally a good place to work
Assistant Director, Campus Planning (Former Employee), Farmington, CTJanuary 22, 2014
If they had a more established job advancement policy, I wouldn't have left.
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teaching hospital
Graduate Assistant (Former Employee), Farmington, CTAugust 23, 2013
Lot to learn from that experience. good place to learn and move forward. If you want state benefits then that is the best place to work.
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Productive and highly learning Center
Clinical Research Associate II (Former Employee), Farmington, CTJuly 17, 2013
Pros: we could aggregate and eat lunch together
Cons: no breaks - just 30 minutes lunch
Was part of the academy and thus inspired learning
The staff we had - from the principal investigator to other colleagues worked hard, had fun while being very productive.

The toughest part of the job was deciphering the MOA (Memorandum of Agreement) with the CT Department of Social Services (DSS). Ultimately, the MOA expired in June, 2013 before renewal – more... for the next Fiscal year (that started July, 2013). So, we lost our jobs! – less
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Great place to work and Great people
Certified Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee), Farmington, CTMarch 27, 2013
Pros: great staff
Cons: i currently work 3pm-11pm which doesn't allow me to spend as much time as i'd like to with my family
All of my fellow co-workers are courteous and very professional
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Great hours but somewhat hostile work environment
Clinical Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Farmington, CTMarch 22, 2013
Pros: hour lunches and often times free food provided by drug reps
Cons: sometimes snippy co-workers
The building is great and the work isn't overly taxing, sometimes even enjoyable but the personnel is sometimes rude and unaccommodating to new comers.
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Fun and productive workplace
Dietary Aide (Former Employee), Farmington, CTNovember 22, 2012
Protected and promoted resident rights and assisted the person to maintain independence
Discussed dietary requirements with the Dieticians
Spoke with patients about their personal food preferences
Provided routine care to the patients
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The only good thing is the Medical/Retirement Benefits
Coding and Reimbursement Specialist (Former Employee), Farmington, CTSeptember 3, 2012
Pros: medical benefits
Cons: bad culture
As a Medical AR for the Hospital and the Physicias, I would say working for the Hospital, is much better than working for the Medical Practices AR Team. I was harrassed, maltreated, abused and discriminated based on race and orientation by my boss and her boss. HR is worthless, they only look out for Management, and the rest of the employees are like – more... worms to them. – less
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Good people afraid to do good things
IT (Current Employee), Farmington, CTAugust 31, 2012
Pros: great benefits, job security, uniquely talented and smart individuals in every field
Cons: the known and established mentality, cultured in and accepted takes pride in putting more effort into saying no, then helping out a pear or colleague
This is a group of mostly talented people, in a broken system proud of the fact that it wastes tax payer money. Many good people do not even present innovative idea's out of a fear
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Productive, friendly and professional environment
Student Administrative Intern (Former Employee), Farmington, CTAugust 15, 2012
Pros: a carefree environment
A typical day at work consisted of coming in at 9 in the morning, a friendly good morning to my coworkers, and to make sure I provide an efficient day operations of the organization office, and supports the work of management and other staffs in the office.

The management team always know exactly what the company need and when to get it done. But at – more... the same time they provided a very friendly atmosphere. Everyone in the office was very friendly and diligent with their work.

The hardest part of the job was going home, time always seem to flew by during my days in the office. I really enjoyed my time at the office, my co-workers always so friendly and caring, they made the busy days at the office flew by so quick. – less
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Positive place to grow as post-doctoral research fellow
Post-doctoral Research Fellow (Current Employee), Farmington, CTJuly 22, 2012
The environment at the UConn Health Center is a positive place to develop in to an independent researcher. Collaborative efforts between laboratories as well as departments are encouraged and there are a variety of avenues to initiate these types of connections with other post-docs, graduate students, and faculty.