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6 days ago

Business Systems Analyst

University of Massachusetts Medical School Charlestown, MA

The Engineering team of the IT Department in Charlestown serves an exciting and diverse set of clients. The UMass Medical School's Center for Health… ClickCast


7 days ago

Research Associate I in Product Discovery

University of Massachusetts Medical School Boston, MA

• Performs splenic fusions and isolates hybridomas that produce relevant antibodies. • Creates, cultures, and maintains stable transgenic cell… ClickCast


30 days ago

Business Systems Analyst II, Public Provider Reimbursement

University of Massachusetts Medical School Charlestown, MA

The Public Provider Reimbursement (PPR) Department within the Center for Health Care Financing conducts statewide business services for several… ClickCast


30+ days ago

Research Associate I

University of Massachusetts Medical School Boston, MA

• Operates and maintains standard laboratory and department-specific equipment. • Prepares buffers, packs chromatography columns, carries out… ClickCast


30+ days ago

Research Associate II Drug Discovery

University of Massachusetts Medical School Boston, MA

• Performs splenic fusions and isolates hybridomas that produce relevant antibodies • Creates, cultures, and maintains stable transgenic cell… ClickCast


30+ days ago

Postdoctoral Scientist

University of Massachusetts Medical School Boston, MA

• Assists with development of methods for producing antigens required for antibody generation and screening. • Implements current… ClickCast


30+ days ago

QC Analyst I

University of Massachusetts Medical School Boston, MA

• Perform assays in the QC Laboratory as set forth in SOPs, adhering to cGMP and cGLP regulations • Collect and process samples in a timely manner… ClickCast


30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer - .NET

University of Massachusetts Medical School Charlestown, MA

The Engineering team of the IT Department serves an exciting and diverse set of clients. The UMass Medical School's Center for Health Care Financing… ClickCast


10 days ago

Reg Affairs Specialist III

University of Massachusetts Medical School Boston, MA

OF POSITION: Responsible for the coordination and preparation of complex document packages for regulatory submissions for an FDA regulated… ClickCast


30+ days ago

Database Administrator II

University of Massachusetts Medical School Boston, MA

OF POSITION: The cGxP Database Administrator II maintains and customizes cGxP databases to ensure high levels of availability and security within… ClickCast


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    Lack of communication and favoritism

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    I have been working at UMass Medical School full-time

    Pros

    Lots of vacation time and paid holidays, on site parking, cafeteria in the building

    Cons

    Management does not communicate with its employees and the disconnect can lead to feelings of chaos, and a sense that they are disinterested in improving skills of employees and recognizing their success. I'll echo what other reviewers of this location have said and say that favoritism is rampant in this office. If you are not part of the 'in' crowd and constantly tell your boss what they want to hear then you are not going to move forward. There is only one annual review of employees by managers and vice versa which rarely offers constructive feedback. The office has no interest or intent on promoting from within which leads highly motivated and skilled employees to leave for greener pastures and the dead-weight employees that coast to stay here until pension time. The office does not offer any training programs or seminars to learn essential business skills. If you want to learn a technical program - that is crucial to your job - you have to pester a coworker to teach you on the side. If a manager wants to promote an employee, the employee must formally apply for the position and go through HR checks (which focus almost solely on tenure and an archaic pay structure) and an interview process (with their own boss about the job that they are already doing). This process wastes the employee's time, the manager's time, and the time of prospective candidates. All for the sake of show. It normally takes 3 months of wading through red tape before the process is over. Lastly, I work on a team of 6 people and our director has made 3 of my coworkers cry in the past 4 months and one of them quit.

    Advice to Management

    Try to recognize talent in your employees and nurture it! Don't whisper to each other about coworkers and laugh behind their backs. Listen to your workers - when every single person in the unit is giving you the same feedback there is probably something to it. Hypocrisy is not attractive and it does not promote a cohesive team. Oh, and don't make your employees cry and call them stupid.


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