Medical Support Technician (Current Employee) – North Charlotte, NC – December 13, 2018
I will always remember Plasma for the crazy days and the people. It's honestly like family. My specific work place has under 50 employees and so everyone knows everyone. Management is like the mom and dad of the company in that they call the shots, but sometimes they're not the best at listening and this can cause a lot of discord in the employees. Benefits are great, but the hours for plasma can really tear at one's sanity, so be prepared for interesting hours. Interestingly enough many employees in the company have children and still make it to work everyday. The hardest part is probably turning people away. Plasma isn't a guaranteed compensation (ex. someone fails for vitals), so donor's can become quite angry or even plead for a break.This can make employees almost feel like the bad guy, but in reality it's for the donor's safety.
Pros: Great Workplace Culture and sometimes free food provided by company.
Management doesn't always listen and hours can be tough.
Graduate Student (Current Employee) – Phelps County, MO – July 7, 2018
A good scientific environment, with a safe place and quiet city. The university has a nice Labs and it is a good chance for a student to learn and gain work skills. And also, there are many research areas available and students can find their interested area.
MST Therapist (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – June 27, 2018
Unsafe working environment low pay Long work days 12 hours or more must work weekends off for holidays but you still work paperwork must be completed daily phone calls from supervisor and owner daily last minute staff meetings weekly
Multi-Systemic Therapist (Former Employee) – Pennsylvania – April 20, 2018
A lot of work. You have to meet with clients which is the easy part however there is a ton of paperwork!!! It is evidence based therefore you have to produce data however there is way too much that it is easy for a clinician to get overwhelmed and overworked
productivity which is the agency standard and paperwork which is program standard
Multi-Skilled Technician (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – September 28, 2017
Truly enjoyed working at Doctors Hospital. Worked in the largest burn facility of the nation and every day I learned something new. The nurses and nursing managers were fantastic, very approachable and never too busy to help out when needed.
CCMS is an evolving organization with many moving parts. CEO is often looking for ways to expand services. Management is available but very busy will fulfill the mandates and mission of the CEO. MST is a functioning component of the larger picture. However, management seem to be devoid of autonomy. Numbers are more important than vision in the MST department.
Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Rolla, MO – September 25, 2013
As a GRA my work included researching existing data related to our subject of interest, identifying problems and proposing possible solutions. The professor guides us in the research and the progress is presented through weekly meetings.