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Professional Revenue Integrity Manager (Auditor)

Yale University Worcester, MA

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Development Communications Associate

Yale University New Haven, CT +2 locations

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9 days ago

Clinical Trials Nurse Practitioner

Yale University Worcester, MA

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16 days ago

Assistant Director of Costing

Yale University Worcester, MA

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30+ days ago

Manager, Staffing - Transitional & Temporary Employment

Yale University Pella, IA

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21 days ago

NEMG Reimbursement Analyst

Yale University Worcester, MA

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12 days ago

Sales and Operations Manager

Yale University Pella, IA

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30+ days ago

Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant

Yale University Pella, IA

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30+ days ago

Instructional Technology Specialist

Yale University Pella, IA

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30+ days ago

Study Coordinator

Yale University Worcester, MA

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New Haven, CT
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New Haven, CT

    I worked at Yale University full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Intellectually stimulating: the ideas and theories about health systems flowed freely.
    Schedule: spent most of the time in a 9-5 setting, with some very interesting travel.
    Interaction with students: the best and brightest continually inspired our office with their vivaciousness and critical thinking skills.
    Retirement: the 403(b) plan 5% match with a 5% bonus is a very good retirement package.
    Yale: the greater community is great! Lots of wonderful people to meet who possess a diversity of experiences and knowledge bar none.

    Cons

    Directors: The directors of the office where I worked were terrible. It was their way or the highway in terms of considering ideas and the way forward.
    Resistant to change: The group I work mainly duplicated efforts already existing in the private and public sector without much difference. This led to a lack of belief in the mission on my part.
    Favoritism: Directors conspicuously chose favorites, hailing their smallest feats as ground-breaking and actively criticizing the employees who they did not like.

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    1. Invest in outside training more. Define the employees' roles, and help them train for them.
    2. Respect equal opportunity and nurture ideas by all without reprisal or condemnation.
    3. Less talk, more walk.

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