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Clinical Research Manager

Cato Research Washington, DC

Receives general instructions on routine work and detailed instructions on new assignments. Works on problems of diverse scope where analysis of data… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Clinical Research Associate (Regional) Houston or Austin - Home office based

Cato Research San Diego, CA

Clinical Research Associate Conducts investigational site selection, initiation, periodic and termination visits. Serves as liaison between the… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Medical Writer

Cato Research Research Triangle Park, Durham,NC

Researches, writes, and edits chemistry, manufacturing, and controls (CMC), nonclinical, clinical, and/or regulatory documents for submission to… Glassdoor

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    It was ok....

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    Former Employee - Anonymous in Durham, NC
    Former Employee - Anonymous in Durham, NC

    I worked at Cato Research full-time (more than an year)


    When I worked at Cato, it was my first professional job. Everyone had their own office and the schedule was flexible.


    The pay was horrible! At one point they even cut our salaries and asked people to work less hours. Promotions were only given to the "favorites". My department in particular was small and it was hard to get along with a certain someone who had basically been there since the beginning and always got their way. There weren't any bonuses and the training could use an overhaul.

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    Pay more $$$ to retain your employees. Allow for more training opportunities. We are not in the 90s anymore. Upgrade your systems!

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