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Anonymous shared this review of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, United States on Nov 29th, 2019
"Stand up for yourself. Advocate for flexible hours and schedules. Ask for promotions and raises, don't wait until it's offered. "
Anonymous shared this review of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, United States on Nov 24th, 2019
"While it depends on your specific manager/department, as a whole MSK promotes equality and work/life balance. They do have women in leadership positions which is nice to see. "
Anonymous shared this review of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, United States on Nov 13th, 2019
"Please practice self-care as much as possible. It will be helpful until this company learns to value its front line employees."
Anonymous shared this review of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, United States on Nov 6th, 2019
"Maybe it's good in some areas, but not all. 1) There need to be more managerial training. I once had a Director who told me, "you know what we do with complaints around here", and held up his garbage bin. He got his position from being a favorite with his boss, went from analyst to Director, so he had no managerial experience or training. 2) The HR Business reps are a joke. Always changing and when there is a change over, the new rep knows absolutely nothing and has no history of previous work items. The reps will always take the Director's and VPs side, so your complaints mean nothing. 3) No diversity among executive level. Look it up, you'll see for yourself. 4) Most of the women in leadership positions attained it from climbing the ladder, back in the day (when that actually was a thing), they will not promote other women, unless you are apart of the "favorites group" and the favorites group is usually not of color and mostly men. "
Anonymous shared this review of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, United States on Oct 29th, 2019
"Being at MSK, or anywhere, is much like any other relationship, in that you have to make sure the schedule and responsibilities are feasible and the chemistry of the team you work in is conducive to your ability to thrive or at least grow professionally, mentally or emotionally. Your contributions will showcase your potential, so give it your all and see where the road takes you, even if it leads you somewhere else. If you aren't learning something new or gaining experience you find valuable or rewarding, then you are not in the right place."