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28 days ago

Project Financial Analyst III (United States)

INC Research Raleigh, NC

Serves as financial analyst for Business Unit Controller(s) and Associate Director(s) Finance. Prepares, reconciles, analyzes and… INC Research

30 days ago

Central Monitoring Associate II

INC Research Raleigh, NC

We are currently looking to strengthen our Clinical Monitoring Services team in North America and are seeking a Central Monitoring Associate II to… INC Research

30 days ago

Change Management Manager (United States)

INC Research Raleigh, NC

Provides a key role in helping corporate projects (change initiatives) meet business, schedule and budget objectives. This role… INC Research

30 days ago

Medical Operations Specialist (United States)

INC Research Raleigh, NC

Here at INC Research our functional support teams play a vital part in the success of our work. From Finance to IT from Recruitment to Facilities… INC Research

30 days ago

Purchasing Analyst (United States)

INC Research Raleigh, NC

Performs critical and complex tasks in purchasing a variety of assigned equipment, materials, supplies and services… INC Research

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    I have been working at INC Research full-time

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    Great Working Teams - the people are really nice and most are very helpful. Flexibility - While I don't have kids, those that do seem to have fairly wide flexibility related to working from home (maybe this is a con for me...)


    Slow advancement: While our higher level people are very qualified (and therefore busy), this does not lend itself to much mentoring and leads to slow and tedious advancement. Unless you are a personal favorite or on a project team with a higher level member of the company, expect a protracted advancement schedule Lack of transparency: Promotions are painful and you will have to do most of the legwork (as in proving that you are doing a job at which the Sponsor is already aware that you are excelling). Promotions (and layoffs) are done in secrecy which adds to people's confusion and skepticism of the advancement process.

    Advice to Management

    Be more Transparent in promotions and good and bad news. Better to stay ahead of the rumor mills and craft policies and messages to clarify to the Sponsors and internal staff. Test policy and major company changes prior to implementation. Or at least don't treat us like idiots and say we had an extremely successful and flawless launch and then turn around and change the system the next year because of inefficiencies. Also, I have never worked at a company that had so many errors in tax/medical/401K deductions...

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