Many missed opportunities for additonal funding sources due to interdeparment power struggles
Research Coordinator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 13, 2018
Needed a culture change to promote operational efficiencies vs. buddy system. Also less feasibility studies and more implementation would have helped. High turnover of leadership added to difficulty for the kind of progress required to support the surrounding community, Many new changes which I hope will thrust them forward to the level of Emory University.
An opportunity to serve the underserved. Many youth programs supporting scientific careers.
Research Coordinator/Contractor (Former Employee) – East Point, GA – October 11, 2018
Worked as a contracted employee for a short period of time. Work was autonomous but very structured. At the time I worked there the culture was very closed in terms of flexibility. The salary was not really commiserate with duties performed. Cannot comment on recent practices.
Opportunity to learn from very bright individuals.
Non-Academic Professional (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 6, 2018
I'm disappointed with the leadership and the culture overall. There are some good people that work there but the really outstanding professionals usually do not stay long once they come into communication with some of the leadership. One rotten apple will taint the entire bunch.
Overall a great place to learn or begin your career endeavors
Clinical Research Coordinator I (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 27, 2018
A place where you can begin your career and learn the foundation. It is quite stable considering it is a medical school. You have to be focused as it always seems like the staff are not getting much done on a regular basis.
Human Resource Law Lecturer (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 24, 2018
This institution has so much potential and such an opportunity for growth. I think the leadership will have to consider how to be generationally minded when it comes to staff, if not, this institution will continue to struggle to recruit and retain bright new talent.
MANAGER l MOREHOUSE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE l (Current Employee) – Morehouse School of Medicine – July 6, 2018
good place to work they just need to invest in the institution> Upper mamangement should listen to new innovative ideas and views, it is important to have the balance of having a fresh pair of eye coupled with wisdom that thery more mature staff incorporated thru years of hard work.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 27, 2018
Most enjoyable part of the job is working with students and Residents Regarding Management/Supervisors most are not qualified for this position however if you have budget/finance skills you're placed in this role without administrative skills/experience
Not much room to promote within; HR does not offer any tuition reimbursement program
STUDENT DATA SPECIALIST (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 1, 2018
Working for an organization that allows you to grow and learn is great! In just a year I have learned more than I have over 29 years of working. No other place allows you to grow and mature like Morehouse School of Medicine.
Program Coordinator/Health educator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 27, 2018
Morehouse School of Medicine is a good place to work. They are culturally sensitive to the multicultural community of employees. The organization works well with the community it services. I was proud of the historical heritage of the institution.
Great Benefits, Flexible Lunch between 11-2 with in this time frame.
Program Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 23, 2018
Unless you're in upper management, director, faculty, it's very difficult to receive support that you need to get promoted. This culture is truly one that you need to know someone and be in good standing to get promoted. There is some workplace bullying that goes on but never seriously addressed.
Great for those who are truly in the business of the medical field.
Admin staff cannot work at home, Admin staff must clock in, Admin staff not appreciated & culture is to keep "you in your place", Promotion only for those who management chooses to groom, One bad word when internally applying &game over, Positions protected though unqualified