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CNS Network is a clinical trial research company that has been growing tremendously in the last few years. The patient database is expanding quickly, and sponsors are introducing more studies, so the company has to quickly adapt. Because of this, it is definitely a high-paced working environment and many employees feel overworked with a large study caseload/tasks. It is not that the company wants to overwork their employees, but rather they are trying to expand the clinic and hire new QUALIFIED employees as quickly as possible while still maintaining a consistent workload. The locations are simply too small for such a booming company, and that of course can lead to stress and overworking. Management and the higher-ups are well aware and they are actively working to expand the best that they can, and they are communicative with employees about current and future plans. They can't simply knock down walls and built a new facility, it's a process that takes time and finding the best approach that will reap benefits for the future. The hiring process can take a while, but I would much rather them make sure prospective employees are qualified and a good fit for the company instead of hiring just anyone. Someone with an interest in research, psychiatry/psychology, science/biology/metrics or any health-related field, and thick skin to deal with mentally ill individuals would be good potential employees. This is not for someone looking for a lax receptionist job or thinking they will just be doing clerical work. You are treated like a competent individual who can handle their own workload and who does not need constant direction, someone who is able to work and lead on their own. CNS is a great company and I thoroughly enjoy working here!!
Coordinator in Garden Grove, CA
on June 28, 2019
They need to change management and care about their employees. There is no support, no proper training, people are leaving all the time, employees are overwhelmed and overworked. Don’t expect too much
Study Coordinator in Garden Grove, CA
on August 13, 2021
Sink or swim. Not much training, but plenty of opportunity to prove yourself. If you are an competent employee you are afford a high degree of autonomy. If you need to be micromanaged this not the place for you.
Research Associate in Garden Grove, CA
on January 26, 2021
If you are looking to get your foot in the door in the medical field then this is a great place to start. My manager is great and understanding and is probably the best manager I have had. The position I'm in can be laid back on some days and super stressful on some days (depending on patient volume and demands). Communication between the department can use some work but it isn't the absolute worst. Overall, the company does provide employees food on holidays and beginning of each month so I'm grateful for that.
Outreach Coordinator in Garden Grove, CA
on June 28, 2019
CNS Network, is a fast-pace work environment, but if your willing to put in the work, you will be rewarded at the end. Supervisors here are cool and willing to work with you.
Transportation Coordinator in Garden Grove, CA
on June 28, 2019
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