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Academic Event Marketing Intern - Regional Field Operations

ALSAC St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Miami, FL

Requires a degree of judgment; ability to speak and write clearly and concisely for internal and external relationships. Requires good oral and… Glassdoor


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    I worked at Alsac - St. Jude Children's Research Hospital part-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    I loved working for ALSAC when i first started back in late 2008. the company had a very attractive benefits. One of the best was the amount of time I was allowed to take off without it counting against me. There was ample opportunities to gain bonuses based on performance. Best of all, I had a sense of belonging to a family that not only cared about the well being of the kids for which funds were being raised for, but also it's employees.

    Cons

    Towards the end of me working for ALSAC a lot changed. There were new managers that came along who had no compassion for the mission of the hospital, let alone the employees of ALSAC. There is one manager who I can think of in particular who lacked tact when dealing with the employees. New data systems were implemented which resulted in plenty of confusion and unproductivity. We started to lose not only the perks like bonuses, raises, and time off without it counting against us; but we also started to lose loyal constituents. I went from being eligible for a .25 raise every six month reviewing period to only being eligible for an .8 raise for the entire year. I could no longer call in on short notice and use an occurrence, I know had to give a two-week notice if I wanted to be off, even if I used paid time off. Bonuses became extinct being that it was almost impossible to make quota, let alone exceed it. This was due to the new system that was being implemented which was poorly rolled out to say the least. We would call the same people sometimes several times in the same day, despite the people telling us no or not to call.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Happy employees make the best employees. Flexible time off is a perk that many people with illnesses like myself need. As long as the employee is meeting/excelling the quota, that shouldn't be a problem. Hire managers who really care and have tact when it comes to dealing with employees. Hire reputable, experienced data people for future system changes.

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