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After reading the reviews, management appears to be a problem in all offices. What if anything could upper management or the physicians do to improve the situation?


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Let the employees have more say in the everyday running of the center. No one should be terminated for one simple mistake - especially an employee with 9 years experience.

Answered - R. N. Licensed in the State of Indiana (Former Employee) - Indianapolis, IN

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Remove the lab director and put one in there more qullified with more personallity and friendly demeanor.

Answered - Lab Technician (Former Employee) - Carmel, IN

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Upper management is currently evaluating management, which is my first suggestion. I would also suggest pinpointing major complaints from employees and then requiring management to be re-trained in those areas and then eventual re-evaluation. If management makes little, no, or backwards headway, then new management needs to step in.

Answered - Toxicology Laboratory Assistant (Current Employee) - Carmel, Indiana

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Take an interest but they never do. The managers continue to get by with their poor behaviors and the employees end up suffering.

Answered - Patient Representative (Current Employee) - Indianapolis, IN

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