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16 days ago

Education Coordinator, Histotechnologist

College of American Pathologists Redwood City, CA

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16 days ago

VISION SERVICES ASST I (140389) - Grade

College of American Pathologists Santa Clara, CA

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12 hrs ago

Research Associate, Senior (Antibody Development) – new

College of American Pathologists Pleasanton, CA

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4 days ago

Ambulatory Care Pharmacist - Grade 15

College of American Pathologists Livermore, CA

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23 days ago

COORD - LAB PATHOLOGY

College of American Pathologists San Ramon, CA

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16 hrs ago

Clinical Operations Manager, Lab – new

College of American Pathologists San Francisco, CA

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12 hrs ago

Java Developer - Big Data – new

College of American Pathologists San Francisco, CA

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26 days ago

Histotechnologist-Clinical Laboratory

College of American Pathologists San Francisco, CA

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26 days ago

Ultrasound Technologist (50 hrs- part time)

College of American Pathologists San Francisco, CA

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26 days ago

Sonographer II-Ultrasound Department-Palo Alto (Per Diem)

College of American Pathologists San Francisco, CA

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College of American Pathologists Reviews

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    Less Management, More Workers

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Northfield, IL
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Northfield, IL

    I have been working at College of American Pathologists full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    Good pay, benefits, good internal training offered by HR. Many long term employees and MANY good non-management workers who are team players and hard workers.

    Cons

    The biggest con at the CAP is upper management that is incompetent. A lot of favoritism, too much management and not enough workers. Too many managers of no one and very top heavy management that does not listen to the needs of the employees. Tendency to push technology into the production state before fully tested and kinks worked out causing problems and delays on the working class who have to deal with multiple time consuming work- arounds. This just ends up being added stress on the workers. Many employees, even those who have been at CAP long term are unhappy with management decisions that make no sense.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    LISTEN, LISTEN, LISTEN to your lower level staff....to those that are on the front lines with the customers. Get out of the offices and meeting rooms and actually sit with the workers and see the frustrations and problems that are dealt with on a daily basis. Do not show favoritism to staff and departments. Realize that just because someone has been there a long time does not make them upper management material. Promote those who deserve it, not those who simply have the years in. Biggest pet peeve of the company. Terminate those that don't make the grade...don't promote them or design positions around them. Get rid of some of the "non-managing" managers. Too top heavy. Notice and acknowledge non-management contributions and frustrations.

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