Human Resources Assistant III (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – June 1, 2018
I currently work at UTHealth and have found it to be an extremely rewarding experience. I have been given opportunities to learn and advance my career. I work with a team of people that is supportive and collaborative as we work to tackle problems together. Everyone should work for UTHealth!
Postdoctoral Researcher (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – March 15, 2018
great work place learned to study in retina how to perfect culture cell how to do perfect western blot how to do perfect pcr how to write scientific articles fast how to work as a team better how to make good relationship with tutor and co-workers
Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – February 5, 2018
Working over an 8 hour day is usual in some clinics. Management ranges from clinic to clinic with massive politics. Everyone tries to be really friendly but at the end of the day everyone looks out for themselves.
Enjoyed the professional culture with UT and my supervisors as well as co-workers. Excellent training classes required to prepare for cases. Staff was always going out of the their to assist standardize patients in preparation for daily assignments.
Social Services Coordinator (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – October 23, 2017
This is a pretty decent place to work. Parts of it are laid back and parts are very strict. Direct patient care is rewarding. Office politics are exhausting. I love some of my coworkers, but only tolerate others. Your supervisor certainly makes or breaks the job.
Case Aide (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 9, 2017
Company has great benefits, but there is not chance to grow, working for ten years and just one dollar raise, People should be respect it does not matter their culture, or age, every person deserves fair treatment and recognition, a well motivated employee is great worker.
Community Practice Manager (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – May 24, 2017
There is an extreme amount of nepotism within the organization. The workplace culture is horrific. There are no standards when it comes to pay equality or benefits for having a higher education than your peers.
Program Manager (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – May 17, 2017
Management: fair Workplace culture: great Hardest part of job: not enough time in the day to do all I want to do... Enjoyable part: helping people / problem solving A typical day at work: juggling several responsibilities, time management
Research Assistant III (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – May 10, 2017
Before my lay off in 2017, I had worked at this institution for 7 years. It's a great place to work at, with great people and outstanding research. I would have probably worked there for many more years to come.
holiday activities and parties. Great flexible boss
The job was very difficult with little to no training. There was a team lead in place that did not want to assist, so my error rate was extremely high. Some situations were far beyond my reach and that was never taken into account.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – April 7, 2017
My review at UNT was that I loved working in this environment and I loved everything about it. Helping people and getting to know and learn about people every day. Not a day went by where I wasn't excited to go to work.