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30+ days ago

Mgr, Joint Venture Strat & Ops

Quest Diagnostics Morristown, NJ

Manager has financial oversight in collaboration with the Joint Venture leadership and financial teams regarding the monthly Financial Forecast… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Senior Technical Specialist- Lyndhurst NJ or West Norriton PA

Quest Diagnostics Lyndhurst, NJ

Assumes a senior technical developer role in enterprise master data management (MDM) and system integration projects Designs, develops and implements… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Senior Tax Accountant

Quest Diagnostics Lyndhurst, NJ

The state tax specialist position encompasses all aspects of the state income/franchise tax compliance for Quest Diagnostics. The candidate must be… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Sr. HRIS Analyst

Quest Diagnostics Lyndhurst, NJ

The role will provide analytical, project management and execution support on select aspects of Quest Diagnostics Human Resource (HR) technology… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Internal Audit Interns - Summer

Quest Diagnostics Lyndhurst, NJ

Quest Diagnostics (NYSE: DGX) is the world's leading provider of diagnostic testing, information and services that patients and doctors need to make… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Dir, Treasury

Quest Diagnostics Lyndhurst, NJ

Reporting to the Treasurer, the Director/Assistant Treasurer will lead the development, implementation and execution of the Company's capital… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Senior IT Security Specialist

Quest Diagnostics Lyndhurst, NJ

The Senior IT Security Specialist is a member of the Information Technology Security team. Works both independently and collaboratively with other… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

Dir, Enterprise Architecture – new

Quest Diagnostics Lyndhurst, NJ

include researching, analyzing, designing, proposing, and delivering solutions that are appropriate for the business and technology strategies. Leads… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

Auditor – new

Quest Diagnostics Lyndhurst, NJ

1. Prepare work products such as audit analyses and engagement documentation, test and evaluate processes and related controls, assist in the… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

Exec Dir, IT PMO – new

Quest Diagnostics Lyndhurst, NJ

The Executive Director, Program Management Office will report to the CIO and is responsible for providing comprehensive leadership oversight for… CareerBuilder


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    Corporate office needs an overhaul

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Madison, NJ
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Madison, NJ

    I have been working at Quest Diagnostics full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    It's amazing to be part of a company that does something so great for society. The people doing the work in the labs and offices deserve all the credit, and are very hardworking. The benefits are pretty good and they're starting to implement more health initiatives for employees which is great. The people are very nice and it's not a cutthroat culture.

    Cons

    The corporate offices are separated into two groups: Those who have been here for 20 or more years, and those who are here 6-18 months. There is a very clear divide. Those who have been here don't want to change and evolve (hence why the technology is so far behind the rest of the world). Those who are new ask themselves what planet they are on within the first week of joining. Quest really needs to get it together and evolve. There is no career advancement or opportunity in many groups, and a lot of hierarchy (even though the CEO tried to eliminate that, many people still talk down to "lower grades"). Some of the managers are absolutely horrible and demeaning, with some yelling at their employees. There is no work-life fit here - managers are "old school" in the sense they believe in face time. You can sit all day and twiddle your thumbs, and as long as you are physically there, they love it. If you're looking for a job you can stay in forever and just "get by", this is certainly the place. If you're looking to be in an innovative place, with people who want to be part of the growth and success, you won't stay long.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Practice what you preach. You should look at middle management (L3s/L4s) and do an overhaul. There are people in those roles that are completely incompetent. It all stems from the top down - the reason so many people have left is because of the management. There is a lot of talk about higher performing teams and a collaborative culture, but that's certainly not the case in Madison.

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