American Urological Association – Linthicum Heights, MD
Performs systematic reviews of urologic literature for existing guidelines and best practice statements to assess the currency of these documents and… StartWire
I worked at American Urological Association full-time (More than 3 years)
Perks: great health insurance, two retirement plans (employer match, etc.), end of year bonus contingent on performance, etc. Some bosses take real interest in the continuing and professional education of their subordinates.
If you are in a well-run department you have no need to worry. However, some departments are the black sheep of the association depending on whether the work product is a revenue generator or an expense. Also, some employees are known to have problematic attitudes/work styles and are given a pass while others seem to have HR gunning for them. Occasionally, information doesn't funnel down clearly from level to level (ED to AED --> middle management --> support staff).
Advice to Management
Communicate better with all employees. A team is only as good as its weakest link.