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1 day ago

Administrative Assistant (SP) – new

Society for Neuroscience Washington, DC

• Strong communication skills to effectively respond to internal and external… Glassdoor


1 day ago

Communications Assistant – new

Society for Neuroscience Washington, DC

Candidates should have a bachelor's degree in journalism, communication, or related field with at least 1 year of related experience preferred… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Budget Analyst

Society for Neuroscience Washington, DC

• Good customer service skills to be able to respond to inquiries. • A high level of proficiency with MS Office Come work for the world's largest… Glassdoor


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    Good people, poor management

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    Former Employee - Coordinator in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Coordinator in Washington, DC

    I worked at Society for Neuroscience full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Good benefits and perks. Nice, smart, hardworking coworkers.

    Cons

    The management here is extremely top-down. Everyone is afraid to make a single move without approval from several different people. I found it extremely complicated to be an employee here because I was not trusted to do the most simple tasks, but also was expected to be creative and innovative. It's like they read a book on how to manage people and decided to do the exact opposite.

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    Your extreme micro-managing slows down the work flow and your barely-disguised contempt of employees is harmful to morale. Loosen the reins. Nitpicking everything to death does not improve the end product.

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