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Good place to grow and learn
Clinial Reseach Technian (Former Employee), Cypress, CAOctober 15, 2014
A typical day at work required many blood draws and collecting vital signs. There was plenty of opportunities to grow within the company and learn new skills.
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fun, never dull moment workplace with fun staff
Medical Assistant (Current Employee), cypress, caSeptember 25, 2014
Pros: you make your own availibility
Cons: not enough hrs if your availibility is limited
always something new, different people constantly. Always interesting to learn about new medicines trying to hit the market.
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Once you get hired, you'll want to quit
Laboratory Assistant I (Former Employee), Cypress, CAAugust 20, 2014
Pros: easy work
Cons: everything else
Work hours vary significantly from one day normal day hours to working a graveyard shift the next day. Management believes in nepotism. Pay does not compensate for the amount of hours and bs you have to deal with daily. Management also doesn't care about the employees and will throw you under the bus if you make a mistake. Coworkers are pretty friendly – more... and young, which can also be seen as a downside if you're looking for a more professional place to work. – less
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Poorly managed
Clinical Trial Manager (Former Employee), Cypress, CAApril 14, 2014
Pros: co-workers
Cons: upper management
Benefits aren't good, vacation/sick time is very hard to earn.
Facility is poorly cared for, rain leaks everywhere.
Middle Management means well but they really have no power.

The thing about this place is the doctors, and the people there are MANY great people makes going there every day doable,
If you decide to work there you will learn ALOT but – more... be ready for high stress – less
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Great learning environment
Clinical Project Manager (Former Employee), Costa Mesa, CAApril 2, 2014
Immediate management and peers were good people to work with.
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Productive and fun company to work for. Room for growth and learning.
Clinical Research Coordinator (Former Employee), Long Beach, Ca.January 22, 2014
Pros: pot lucks and birthday's celebration every month.
Cons: not enough staff to help out.
For the most part, employees and management were always eager and willing to lend a helping hand.
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Poorly Run Company That Expects Too Much of Inexperienced Employees
Administrative Assistant to Property Manager (Former Employee), Costa Mesa, CAAugust 26, 2013
Pros: flexible work hours, new experiences no matter what your position
Cons: no overtime allowed, stingy, unfriendly, poor benefits, over-management, underpaid employees, confusing office environment
I did not enjoy working here. Overtime is not allowed but employees are often expected to perform duties completely outside their original job expectations or to change jobs entirely; employees are often moved around with little to no notice; HR office is unreachable and unhelpful; CEO is rude, selfish, and completely money-focused, and would often – more... completely change rules of the office on a whim depending on his mood. He also did not trust his employees at all and did not bother to hide it. There is little to no office rapport except for what go-getting individuals have created amongst themselves. I feel very sorry for those still there with little recourse for a different career. Almost everyone I knew there talked of getting out somehow.

Example: Group holiday parties were cancelled in favor of "team lunches" with the CEO as they were cheaper and less difficult to organize. Individuals who could not attend were left out and no group holiday celebration was allowed in lieu of the lunches. – less