"Great work life balance. at the forefront of cutting edge research"
"My work place is very interesting and the management also open to support their employees. The company brings new technologies. I have learned a lot from my team. All employees are disciplined."
"It's a great company and has been a privilege to work here."
"I've worked for NCBI since 2002. It is a government company with good ethical values."
"NIH is an absolutely wonderful place to work."
"Too much pressure and requirements for such a small amount of compensation."
"I've worked in NIDDK, NIH since 2010. The work environment is great. My supervisor is a very nice person. I got the opportunity to learn a lot of new skills here. I'd love to work here forever if I can. The cons are that the leadership doesn't want to expand the branch. There is not much opportunity for young people."
"Very good place to do research. No need to worry about the research funding. But as a government agency, it is not as efficiency as in industry environment."
"Very nice and relaxed government job. However, just like all gov jobs, this one moves slow and the opportunity to learn is small. If that's for you, then that's fine."
"Great place to work and a place to grow."
"I have been working in FIU since 2011. During this period I have been able to do a master in Public Health with major in Biostatistics. My work as a data coordinator has allowed me to work with a very extensive data, that I have had the opportunity to clean it up and to work in creating the image for the entire project. I am responsible for the creation, design and implementation of the website."
"1. Made me feel that I was part of a team, or, even better, a family. 2. They encourage open communication, informing me of new developments and encouraging me to give feedback, suggestions and complaints. 3. They promote from within, giving me the opportunity to progress on the career front. 4. They stress quality, enabling me to feel proud of the products or services we provided. 5. They share profits with their employees through profit sharing."
"Working for NIH was a rewarding experience in some respects, but in the office that I was in it became a challenge as time went on. I would recommend any institute at NIH to anyone who can deal with the inner politics, but be advised you will find that problem anywhere."
"High paced and fun place to work."
What do you like about working at National Institutes of Health?
"Flexibility and team work. Opportunity to work on new things."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"Good place to work, unique opportunity to learn and innovate."
What don't you like about working at National Institutes of Health?
"Need to improve processes and clarity. Create a culture of support and trust."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"Hire more people and have more time interacting with each other."
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