Lions Eye Institute for Transplant and Research
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About the company

  • Founded
    1973
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
  • Industry
    Grantmaking & Charitable Foundations
  • Headquarters
    Tampa
  • Link
    Lions Eye Institute for Transplant and Research website
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Customer Service Representative in Tampa, FL
on May 23, 2021
Salaries are below average I know they ca do better they need to invest more on their employees to retain good quality and long term personal too much turnover
Donor Services Coordinator in Tampa, FL
on November 29, 2021
Working here is the worst decision you could possibly make for yourself. It is an extremely toxic work environment. Management allows employees to sit in their cubicles and make jokes about everyone else. All the managers do is sit in their offices all day and type out emails instead of engaging with the employees and actually helping. Tons of referrals are received each hour and There are not enough employees to handle them. Night Shift is extremely understaffed with 1 to 2 people working at a time and are expected to handle dozens of referrals each hour. Management is completely backwards and none of them know how to efficiently perform their job duties. Management is also permitted to call out and take extended periods of leave whenever they feel like it but coordinators are only permitted to miss a few days out of an entire year and it does not matter what the circumstances for the callouts are; Doctors notes are not accepted and they don’t care if someone dies or is halfway there. They would rather lose an employee and hire others to replace them instead of stepping up and helping the team when there is a call out like other businesses do. The staff sits there and makes fun of people that have died and the circumstances surrounding their death and when talking to family members act professional on the phone and then make fun of them and gossip about them after the phone call is over. Completely unprofessional work environment and an overall toxic situation with no resolutions.
Recovery Technician in Tampa, FL
on October 12, 2021
I have never worked with such a strong purpose before. Lions Eye Institute is an amazing organization, both in the mission and in the company. I've found home.
recovery coordinater then quality assurance in Ybor
on March 30, 2021
This group is doing great work, have wonderful benefits, staff and training. I encourage any surgical techs interested to apply and become part of their vision..the gift of sight!
Donor Service Coordinator in Gainesville, FL
on December 23, 2020
Great mission, wonderful people to work with, and helping families is great. On the other hand the department is constantly understaffed, management is unreliable and not focused. For example a staff member will call out and management will not let anyone know, so the people working will be waiting for relief, but no one is actually coming. Vital information the department needs is often delayed or not received until there is an issue. There have been a lot of really good staff members in multiple departments lost because of their dissatisfaction with how things are run. There is potential for LEITR, but a lot of changes need to be made.

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