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Associate Director for Compliance

IITRI Chicago, IL

The Associate Director is capable of coaching, mentoring and providing training and support in all of the areas related to the functioning of the FA… Beyond.com

1 day ago

Director, University Tech Park – new

IITRI Chicago, IL

of this position are: (i) Lead the outreach/marketing efforts of the UTP to attract, retain, and develop viable technology-based companies; (ii… Beyond.com

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    The Twilight Zone

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Chicago, IL
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL

    I worked at IITRI full-time for more than a year


    Tuition and health benefits are pretty solid.

    Various company outings.


    Working for IITRI was like working in the twilight zone. You really never knew what was expected of you because you were never really trained appropriately. This is mostly to do with the chaotic environment that IITRI has. Everything is pretty archaic and there is not a real solid LIMs system in place to assist the employees. IITRI really needs to train their employees properly and have management that insures their employees are well aware as to what's expected of them. No one should have to guess on whether or not what they did was right or wrong. That is why systems are in place so that people are aware of the standard.

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    Management has to have a universal standard that all employees are aware of. There were too many different rules for different divisions or even rules that were different inside on division. The training regiment is poor and needs to be addressed as soon as possible. Management also needs to make sure managers have social skills. My division manager lacked the proper etiquette when addressing his employees which made for some really awkward demoralizing moments.

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