- Dana Farber Cancer Institute04.Oct 2018
I liked my peers and I was proud to support amazing physicians, but the management was terrible.
Suggestions for improvement
- I would encourage senior leadership to remember that the administrative and support staff matter too - when they are happy and well cared-for, they provide crucial resources that enable all the physicians to do their best work. When the administrative team is unhappy and everyone keeps leaving, the physicians also suffer and the quality of their work and their research will go down.
What I like about the company
It was amazing to be part of a team that is literally doing cutting edge work to combat GI cancers. Brilliant physicians doing incredible research and clinical care - that's an honor to be a part of.
What I dislike about the company
The management treats the clinicians well, but does not seem to care very much about the administrative support team. I was expected to do an additional full-time job on top of my existing full time job when a team member quit and wasn't backfilled for 6 months. I even interviewed for the open position, but was not hired...and was not even thanked for doing two jobs for the price of one for half a year.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyDana Farber Cancer Institute
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former employee