15.50. Not good environment. They terminate you very quickly without giving you any reason. Too much complaints all the time too much pressure and too much stress.Answered 17 June 2019
What questions did they ask during your interview at LMC Diabetes & Endocrinology?Asked 17 March 2018
I find that this palce discriminates against white people, I have years, and years of experience, and I get over looked every timeAnswered 16 October 2020
If you were in charge, what would you do to make LMC Diabetes & Endocrinology a better place to work?Asked 5 March 2020
Start from the top and create a culture of openness where concerns are heard and taken into consideration. Value your employees, no wonder there is such a high Turnover rateAnswered 5 March 2020
The volunteers pick up the slack that the current employees can no longer manage because we are understaffed and underpaid. They are used to the benefit of the managers and are discarded when they are no longer needed. Do not expect a thank you or letter of recommendation after you volunteer here.Answered 27 December 2017
The clinic opens at 9am and closes around 5pm. Sometimes closes later and opens earlier depending on if there were any patients coming in to see the research team early in the morning or the doctors had meetings after clinic or tasks needed to be finished before the end of the dayAnswered 12 October 2017
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