Customer Care Representative (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – May 16, 2018
I really loved working here and miss it almost every day. I loved the workplace culture. They do a lot to give back to the community. They have a lot of fun events. There is a ping pong table and they do tournaments. The management is professional, great and they really work with you.
Minion (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – January 31, 2018
ERT prides itself on treating their employees with respect and offering them a career with the possibility of moving up in the company. In reality, they could care less about their employees. What they care about is acquiring more and more companies. In 2017, they acquired 4 companies. The employees are like work horses and most were working long (exceedingly long) days. Training and education were another big part of their claims. That is a joke. They are a cut throat company and have no cares about the people running the company: the employees. If you are looking for a company who truly wants the best for their employees, look elsewhere or you will be massively disappointed. I could kick myself for having taken this job, having left my last job with decent people, but I honestly thought I would be able to have a better chance at growing and moving up. There are only a few who will have the opportunity to do that, and the rest of the employees will slave away for ungrateful bosses. What I learned from this company is that how management treats you in the first few months is indicative of how they are going to treat you the entire time you are employed there. No direction, no guidance, you're just thrown into the water, hoping that you're going to be able to learn how to swim.
I wish I would have listened to my gut instinct, but I am warning you to look elsewhere. Most of the reviews on here are older, and a lot has changed in the company, all for the worse. Even if you see a job that looks enticing to you at this company, move on and find another. Find a companymore... who will appreciate you. This one definitely won't.less
Vice President & Chief Development Officer (Former Employee) – Bridgewater, NJ – November 14, 2017
The day was filled with managing the programming teams, reviewing and discussing specifications for the best technical solutions to implement and update software features and functions within agressive timelines.
Great dedicated staff
Caught in the midstream between client server and web based
Software Engineer Co-op (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – November 6, 2016
ERT is a very good company to work as a Software Engineer. My manager was one of the coolest person to work with. He provided me with all kinds of work during my internship including development, automation & unit testing.
Entry Team Sergeant (Current Employee) – Lake Arthur, NM – August 12, 2016
Reserve SWAT officer assigned to support the US Marshals office in serving warrants on violent, drug, domestic abuse and many others. Outstanding working environment, it is great to work on the entry team with the best this nation has to offer.
Financial Administrator (Current Employee) – Charlestown, MA – January 17, 2016
ERT just purchased PHT Crop. in May 2015. The transition is still going on so it is hard to judge how it will turn out. So far things look good. Although they only strive to provide average compensation. Aside from better pay and questionable job growth potential I think things are going well.
maintenance II (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – November 23, 2015
Love my job and love what I do, The location is perfect for me. This place has grown over the years and still is growing, people are nice and the little treats they offer are great ,like tickets to the baseball games.
Data Quality Specialist (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – September 7, 2015
I came to work for ERT, when my previous company PHT was merged with ERT in 2015.
ERT and PHT work both in the ePRO industry, and the management of clinical trial data for pharmaceutical companies.
When I started at PHT in 2012, the company was doing roughly. Lots of data mismanagement, and clients whom were not happy with the management of the clinical trail data. After an intense 2 weeks at the company, the CEO at the time and the Client were very pleased with the expediency in which we resolved the issues. I went full time after 5 months at the company, something I was working hard towards.
As the company PHT began to rise from the issues of 2012 , so did my responsibilities. I became more knowledgeable in clinical trial matters. Not just the management of data, but the development process of the studies prior to being active. I was continually in demand by our international project teams, for the work I was putting out. It became more challenging as the years progressed, but I dived into every situation open minded. I made myself available for my colleagues from Project teams to Support staff. I guided Junior team members in the Data Quality Specialist department, in the understanding of studies and their approach to cases and task management. When the PHT merged with ERT, I felt as if things in the company changed, not all for the good. Staff were leaving at a enormous rate prior to the merger, review process was completely changed, with no opportunity for a one on one with my manager. The environment did not feel the same to me any longer; I hardly workedmore... with my immediate team members, communications seemed to have been less through phone calls and more through massive email chains(which caused confusion for many team members), and my growth and progression in the company felt stunted.less