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30+ days ago

Senior Biostatistician

Premier Research Chicago, IL

The Senior Biostatistician capably applies knowledge of statistics to independently provide statistical consulting, assist with study design and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

SAS Programmer Biostatistics

Premier Research Chicago, IL

Responsible for the production of clinical data project deliverables and the general support of the Biometrics department through the development of… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

SAS Programmer Biostatistics

Premier Research Chicago, IL

Responsible for the production of clinical data project deliverables and the general support of the Biometrics department through the development of… Glassdoor


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Premier Research Chief Executive Officer Ludo Reynders
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    Exhausting

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL

    I have been working at Premier Research

    Pros

    Generally, people really care about their jobs and working with their teams. Groups take great pride with quality and customer service. Teams work hard to put out a strong, quality product. Strong global presence. Fair to above-average benefit package.

    Cons

    Heavy effort, minimal reward. Very much a what-have-you-done-for-me-lately company. Heavy layoffs in past five years, and very little concern on the toll it takes on current, overworked staff. Hard work and significant overtime to meet overpromised deliverables does not equal job security. Company does not invest in its employees. Constant change in management with curious promotions and layoffs. Very little personal growth and minimal-to-no feedback regarding job evaluation. Not a very positive work environment.

    Disapproves of CEO