The START Center for Cancer Care FAQ

Have questions about working at The START Center for Cancer Care? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at The START Center for Cancer Care.

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9 English questions out of 9

June 15, 2020

What are perks and other benefits like at The START Center for Cancer Care?

Pros

Competitive entry-level pay with decent benefits along with an opportunity to learn about cancer research that helps saves patient's lives

Cons

As a former employee, it was quickly apparent that there was an extreme lack of accountability for staff and that favoritism existed with management. Hard-working nurses are forced to pick up the slack of under performing and less qualified ones who consistently get a pass from management. Even when proof and documentation had been provided to first level management and HR, no further action was taken.

Advice to Management

The leadership of this company should take a thorough look at who they have as Managers, especially when they allow their nurses to consistently call-in without any punitive actions, allow staff to come and go as they please, and show favoritism to certain nurses. This type of behavior serves as a hotbed for a volatile work environment that inevitably encourages talented nurses to leave for better opportunities.

level pay with decent benefits along with an opportunity to learn about cancer research that helps saves patient's lives

June 15, 2020

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June 15, 2020

What kind of career opportunities exist at The START Center for Cancer Care?

Pros

Competitive entry-level pay with decent benefits along with an opportunity to learn about cancer research that helps saves patient's lives

Cons

As a former employee, it was quickly apparent that there was an extreme lack of accountability for staff and that favoritism existed with management. Hard-working nurses are forced to pick up the slack of under performing and less qualified ones who consistently get a pass from management. Even when proof and documentation had been provided to first level management and HR, no further action was taken.

Advice to Management

The leadership of this company should take a thorough look at who they have as Managers, especially when they allow their nurses to consistently call-in without any punitive actions, allow staff to come and go as they please, and show favoritism to certain nurses. This type of behavior serves as a hotbed for a volatile work environment that inevitably encourages talented nurses to leave for better opportunities.

level pay with decent benefits along with an opportunity to learn about cancer research that helps saves patient's lives

June 15, 2020

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September 3, 2019

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at The START Center for Cancer Care?

Pros

Friendly coworkers, good entry-level opportunity

Cons

Condescending management, little to none training, lots of overtime.

Advice to Management

There is a difference between being a leader and being a boss. Management should learn how to lead.

Condescending management, little to none training, lots of overtime.

September 3, 2019

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June 15, 2020

How is management perceived at The START Center for Cancer Care?

Pros

Competitive entry-level pay with decent benefits along with an opportunity to learn about cancer research that helps saves patient's lives

Cons

As a former employee, it was quickly apparent that there was an extreme lack of accountability for staff and that favoritism existed with management. Hard-working nurses are forced to pick up the slack of under performing and less qualified ones who consistently get a pass from management. Even when proof and documentation had been provided to first level management and HR, no further action was taken.

Advice to Management

The leadership of this company should take a thorough look at who they have as Managers, especially when they allow their nurses to consistently call-in without any punitive actions, allow staff to come and go as they please, and show favoritism to certain nurses. This type of behavior serves as a hotbed for a volatile work environment that inevitably encourages talented nurses to leave for better opportunities.

As a former employee, it was quickly apparent that there was an extreme lack of accountability for staff and that favoritism existed with management.

June 15, 2020

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October 21, 2020

What is the company culture at The START Center for Cancer Care?

Pros

Two bonuses a year, easy hiring process

Cons

Cliques, bad management, and overall poor company culture

Cliques, bad management, and overall poor company culture

October 21, 2020

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