I have been working at Rules-Based Medicine full-time (More than a year)
Supported financially by larger company (Myriad in Utah).
Only work a few hours per day if in the right department.
Random pay/title assignments (i.e. new or inexperienced personnel being promoted over others).
HUGE differences between departments, dependent on mid-level managers.
Only 1 or 2 people here do actual science. "Research Associate" = "inefficiently do task as told and get ignored when providing better methods".
Operating at a loss for several years; if Myriad divests, RBM will shut down fast.
Advice to Management
Ineffective managers exist here in exceedingly frustrating positions. Personally, I was deceived during interviews to the extent that I wouldn't have quit my previous job if honesty was used in the interview! Need to quickly remove inefficient procedures and [waste-of-money] managers if RBM is going to *Pay your way*.
I applied online. I interviewed at Rules-Based Medicine.
If they like your resume you will get an invite to perform a digital interview. My interview consisted of 7, mostly behavioral questions. After this I was invited to an in-person interview. The interview questions were nothing out of the ordinary. Most were behavioral again so they can assess how you work in a team and how you manage time and stress. The interviewers were very friendly and really made the process enjoyable.
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