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23 days ago

Scientist Engineer (Upstream Development) - Permanent

Yoh Plainsboro, NJ

- Maintain a current laboratory notebook with scientific rigor to meet project needs for process development. - Implement state of the art science… Yoh

29 days ago

Analytical Scientist

Yoh Cranbury, NJ

- Document all testing and data according to internal SOPs, cGMPs and cGDPs… Yoh

4 days ago

.Net Developer

Yoh Norristown, PA

- Implementing and refining the enterprise level patterns and objects that comprise the custom .NET framework, which is at the core of the System… Yoh

18 days ago

Bench Scientist Investigator

Yoh Collegeville, PA

of identification and validation of novel anti-cancer targets, implementation of in vitro and in vivo assays to identify / evaluate small molecule or… Yoh

19 days ago

Bench Scientist

Yoh Collegeville, PA

Bench Scientist I needed for a contract opportunity with Yoh's client located in Collegeville, PA. Top Skills Should You Possess: - Molecular… Yoh

20 days ago

Database Analyst (SAP ABAP)

Yoh Radnor, PA

include working with functional and business teams to design Source-To-Target mapping, development and testing of conversion logic in both MS Access… Yoh

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15 Ratings

    It's all about number

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    I have been working at Yoh full-time for more than 3 years


    they have many product offerings to address client needs which many staffing companies can't provide. You're fellow workers are great to work with.


    It's a high stress work place and numbers are all that's important. if you're hitting the KPI's you'll be fine but if not it's over with. They try to be communicative and I wonder where they get the ideas of what direction to take. They like to push contest after contest but rewards are so minimal so what the point.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Learn to value your workers better and be more supportive and give more guidance in the tough times.

    Doesn't Recommend
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