PRA Corporation – Washington, DC
. • Interfaces with factory, as necessary, regarding shipping schedules and special instructions for manufacturing/shipping • Supervises site… StartWire
PRA Health Sciences – Swansea, Wales
We are currently looking for highly motivated individuals to join our successful IT team in our Swansea… TotalJobs.co.uk
PRA Health Sciences – Reading, England
For more information please see our website: www.prahs.com This is a fantastic opportunity to join our Contracts team based in the… TotalJobs.co.uk
PRA Health Sciences – Montgomery, PA
· Responsible for developing, executing and coordinating the end-to-end Interactive Voice/Web Response System User Acceptance Testing. · Responsible… Job Board
PRA Health Sciences – Washington, DC
* Adhere with corporate internal polices and requirements, including submission of timesheets and expense reports in a timely manner. * Knowledge of… PRA Health Sciences
PRA Health Sciences – New Jersey
Manages access within the clinical database, including creation, modification, and revoke of access for personnel • Create the annotated case report… PRA Health Sciences
I have been working at PRA Health Sciences full-time (More than 3 years)
I love most of my coworkers although is can be a bit of a rumor mill. Benefits are great, mainly PTO, but they have changed their policy for new employees (can no longer carry over any PTO to the new year). The work is generally easy once you get the hang of it. Most people listen to music/audiobooks while they work all day.
The work load is heavy because we have been understaffed for about the last year. The pay is lower than industry standard. New hires with a high school diploma are paid more than high performing employees with 4 year degrees who have been here for years and been promoted several times. Upper management has a "deal with it" attitude instead of trying to fix problems, even though they say their philosophy is the exact opposite. They will hold you back from being promoted for absurd reasons that boil down to it not being convenient for them.
Advice to Management
Treat your employees with respect and support. Don't make it so that they have to threaten to quit and produce an offer from another company before you consider treating them fairly.