Heart's in the right place but insists on doing everything bass-ackwards
Medical Writer, Health Devices Alerts (Current Employee) – Plymouth Meeting, PA – January 25, 2018
The company's mission is more than worthwhile--patient safety, independent research, healthcare safety and accountability, etc. But upper management has a track record of approaching a problem with a, "how we can do this the hardest/worst possible way" mentality. Teams that bring in the biggest revenue are under-paid, overworked, and subject to unnecessary, cumbersome methods. Everything is done through internet explorer, which crashes at least 10 times a day (to say nothing of the security risks). Upper management's response to complaints boils down, "you should be lucky you even have a job." The needs of many clients are sacrificed for the whims of a few, and workers are left to clean up after the fact.
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