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Updated Jun 27, 2021

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  1. 5.0
    Current Employee, more than 1 year

    Great Job

    Jun 27, 2021 - CCMA-AC 
    Recommend
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    Pros

    Great pay for the work

    Cons

    weekends off is a bummer

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  2. 3.0
    Former Employee

    Learning

    May 25, 2021 - CRC I in Austin, TX
    Recommend
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    Pros

    A lot to do on your own, control of your studies

    Cons

    A lot of it on your own

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  3. 5.0
    Current Employee, more than 3 years

    Hard Working Team

    Sep 3, 2020 - Clinical Research Recruitment Team Lead in Austin, TX
    Recommend
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    Pros

    Good Communication, hard working, busy

    Cons

    Location, Sick and PTO are together, no education reimbursement.

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  4. 3.0
    Current Employee, more than 1 year

    Research Department at TDE

    Feb 13, 2019 - Clinical Research Coordinator in Austin, TX
    Recommend
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    Business Outlook

    Pros

    Great team of doctors who care for their employees and subjects, good healthcare insurance, good market-value annual raises and pay, TDE Friday lunches provided by reps, nice office layout, recent positive efforts made to restructure quality control for research department, diversity in types of research trials, helpful HR department

    Cons

    Micromanagement of cell phone use for salaried CRC employees, lack of access to work and email from home, lack of flexibility in work schedule (all CRCs required to start at 7AM instead of block schedules), lack of focus on employee growth/development in the department, CRCs required to perform tasks below pay-grade with little help from assistant CRCs, heavy security control on websites and difficulty receiving IT support through the chain of command to have access for work-required research sites.

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  5. 1.0
    Former Employee, less than 1 year

    Company itself is great, research department is terrible for employees.

    Dec 28, 2017 - Clinical Research Coordinator in Austin, TX
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    Pros

    The practice side is very friendly. They provide free lunches on Fridays. For the most part, everyone is really nice. Research department gives you hands on experience with every aspect of a trial. The research work that is put out is quality.

    Cons

    Bottom line...the research department doesn't respect their employees. They are so stuck in their way of thinking, that they don't like to change, even if it would be for the better. They have no problem overworking their employees. Employees go without lunch breaks, most days. They also stay late a majority of the time. The bosses/leads just pretend they don't notice how long employees work, probably so they don't have to give any sort of compensation. It's a salaried position, so no overtime pay or even compensation time. They won't even make it up to you by letting you come in late or leave early on another day. God forbid, you show up late after working for 13 hours straight; they won't hesitate to threaten you with a write-up. They throw a fit if you use your phone at work, even though you will see them doing it regularly. I guess they don't consider the fact that since you are there all the time, you might have to check- in on your family and your own life some too. You would think that since you are giving them so much extra time, they could treat you like an adult with your phone, but you'd be wrong. They have hour+ long weekly meetings to tell you about all the wrong they see. Most of the bosses/leads are good about helping if asked, but at least 1 will not help, leave on time, and leave you to stay late. There is inequality between the different TDE research departments. The bosses try to convince everyone that all is the same, but all the employees are smart enough to know that's not true. If you work at the South or RR location, you get a full hour lunch, where you don't even have to answer your work phone. You get to leave at 4 on the dot, most days, and you get rotating early leave on Fridays. You don't get any of that at the Far West location. The research that is put out at TDE is great quality, but it comes at the cost of their employees. Which as anyone with any knowledge of business knows, is not a smart way to run a business. This is why they have a high turn-over rate. I agree with the other reviewer that said they have terrible benefits. I have worked in government, retail, research, bigger companies, and smaller companies and this is by far the worst insurance plan I've been offered.

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    Texas Diabetes & Endocrinology Response

    Human Resources

    Thank you for the feedback. We are committed to our employees and providing them with a transparent work environment. It is very unfortunate that we did not meet your expectations. Regarding benefits, TDE reviews its benefits plans annually and works with a reputable benefits brokerage services to provide its employees with quality health benefits. For the 2018 plan year, TDE began offering employer contributed Health Savings Accounts. In addition to this, TDE absorbed all insurance increase and because of this, employees did not see an increase to their premiums. We hope to continue to build on our insurance plans and bring employees the best benefit packages. Employee feedback is always welcomed!

  6. 4.0
    Former Employee

    Not bad

    Jun 6, 2017 - Anonymous Employee 
    Recommend
    CEO Approval
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    Pros

    Doc are amazing and was happy to help them

    Cons

    Felt isolated from the front office

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    Texas Diabetes & Endocrinology Response

    Human Resources

    Thank you for the feedback! In 2018, we launched our first team building activity for employees to enjoy spending time at the Main Event . This allowed employees the opportunity to bond with employees in other departments. We hope to continue this in 2019!

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