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Pros – Get in at the ground floor
Cons – Might take a little bit of time to get off the ground
Pros – Great coworkers, very friendly and helpful management!
Cons – Sometimes difficult to see the big picture that your work contributes to.
Advice to Senior Management – Take the time to describe projects to employees.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – Friendly coworkers, however many people have been leaving as of late.
Cons – Long hours, no recognition. Poor leadership. Oblivious to employee satisfaction (or possibly in denial). Expectations go up without title or compensation increases to go along with the added responsibilities.
Advice to Senior Management – Treat your employees fairly. Recognize when employees are going above and beyond their duties. Be observant to trends i.e. a mass exidus from departments. It is usually a sign something is going on. Stop misleading employees and feeding them false information.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – Flex hours, some friendliness amongst staff, some good managers
Cons – Lack for strategic vision for the company. Adapting to the changing environment and not relying on old models to push forward.
Advice to Senior Management – Take a look around, the testing only model is fading...the train hasn't left the station yet, and not too late to adapt to the changing CRO environment.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
Pros – BASi Evansville understands family are importance. It is usually possible to take off work occasionally to take care of personal matters.
Cons – The company offers limited career development.
Pros – Friendly people, a somewhat flexible job. Standard benefits.
Cons – Can have long hours, split shifts, little compensation for extra time.
Advice to Senior Management – Invest in employees.
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