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14 days ago

Clinical Research Associate II

INC Research Minnesota +2 locations

- Monitoring - Site management - Ensuring adherence to Good Clinical Practices, investigator integrity… INC Research


13 days ago

Clinical Research Associate II - Oncology

INC Research Poland

INC Research employees don’t accept ordinary. We understand that cancer is not one disease, but a category of widely varying diseases, each with its… INC Research


27 days ago

Clinical Research Associate II - Post Approval and Strategic Services

INC Research Tel Aviv-Yafo

are currently seeking a Clinical Research Associate II Central Monitoring… INC Research


14 days ago

CRA II

INC Research Seoul +9 locations

1. Communication - Maintains timely and effective communication among team members and site staff. Routinely anticipates/identifies potential issues… INC Research


11 days ago

CRA II/III/Sr - CNS

INC Research California

Essential Functions: 1. Communication - Maintains timely and effective communication among team members and site staff. Routinely… INC Research


10 days ago

Sr CRA - CNS

INC Research California

Clinical Research Associates (CRA) I, II, and III and administrative staff… INC Research


21 days ago

Sr CRA

INC Research California +6 locations

Clinical Research Associates (CRA) I, II, and III and administrative staff… INC Research


28 days ago

Sr CRA - GI, Immunology, or Respiratory Experience Preferred

INC Research California

Clinical Research Associates (CRA) I, II, and III and administrative staff… INC Research


5 days ago

CRA III- Hematology & Oncology

INC Research California

Essential Functions: 1. Communication - Maintains timely and effective communication among team members and site staff. Routinely… INC Research


4 days ago

CRA III

INC Research United States +10 locations

1. Communication - Maintains timely and effective communication among team members and site staff. Routinely anticipates/identifies potential issues… INC Research


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    Sponsor Contracts Change Orders: you best think twice!

    • Comp & Benefits
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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Sponsor Contracts Manager in Raleigh, NC
    Former Employee - Sponsor Contracts Manager in Raleigh, NC

    I worked at INC Research full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    Overall, the company seems to be a healthy, growing CRO. They have your basic benefits and the PTO is reasonable. They also shut down over Christmas so that is nice.

    Cons

    I have been treated like a 6 year old twice in my life. Once, when I was 6 years old. The second time was during my time at INC Research. I left an excellent job because I thought this would be a good move for me. I voluntarily left, without a backup plan, in less than a year because of the worst management team I have ever experienced or even heard about.
    Examples of the fun you will be introduced to if you join the Sponsor Contracts Change Orders team:
    1.Managers who openly gossip about their direct reports to other employees.
    2.Managers who share confidential information with other managers, when the employee has no clue this information is being shared.
    3.Managers who sell the idea of working from home after your probationary period, but then take the offer off the table once you are in the door.
    4.Managers who have inappropriate relationships with staff members.
    5.Managers that pretend to walk down the hall to get something off the printer, when they are actually taking notes to see who is at their desk and who is not…but then they come and go as they please (kind of comical at times because they leave papers shuffled on their desk and their desk lights on in order to appear like they are still at work).
    6.Managers who assign work out to people based on who they like or don’t like – purposely overburdening certain people so they can call them out on deadlines later.

    I could go on and on. This team of managers must have been the kids that got picked on in high school and now they want to take it out on the world. Usually, you find one or two people in a group like this but this place has a whole team like it.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take a look at where your turnover is and then do something about it. Your Sponsor Change Orders group could be 3 times better with the right management team (which would not include ANY of the current management team).

    Quit comparing yourself to Quintiles so much. When I hear Quintiles more than I do the name of our own company in the quarterly Town Hall meetings, that's a problem.

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