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Elite Cardiac Research Association

Specialist (Former Employee) Bethesda, MD

ProsIf you are a recent college graduate with a background in Public Relations, Government Health, or even an R.N interested in the administrative side of healthcare, then this is a great place to start your career. Interesting job, in both the public and private sectors; I worked a editor for some of the top cardiologist in the world.

ConsBecause it is an Association, you will peak salary wise quickly here.

Advice to Senior ManagementHire more men. Unfortunately, a work environment where there are more women than men still produces cattiness.

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    The ups and downs of the ACC (The short list).

    Senior Specialist (Current Employee) Washington, DC

    I have been working at American College of Cardiology

    Pros: Work/ Life Balance Relationship with members High rate of organizational growth Cons: Incompetent Middle and Senior Management Poor performance management Inability to focus Advice to Senior Management: Show more decisiveness and reward your top performers More
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    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)

    I worked at American College of Cardiology full-time

    Pros: Great people and great benefits. Cons: Hard to be promoted to the next level. More
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