Caustic management makes this a miserable place to work
Manager (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – 8 January 2018
Employees have been fleeing this place for the past two years. Raises have been nonexistent, and the cost cutting measures management has been instituting leave no budget for necessary staffing or other expenses, yet execs are showered with gifts and lavish trips to Mexican resorts. Workload constantly increases while headcount shrinks. All the focus is on sales, even when the margins are low and the products don’t even exist yet.
Regular paychecks and average benefits
Constant micromanagement, no raises, regular churn in management means no reviews or career advancement
Software Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – 2 February 2015
A typical day of work would typically include discussing any issues they might run into while working with the CoPath application in the medical laboratory environment. This could include anything from failed billing chutes to corrupted word text fields in patient reports. Management and staff was very supportive, helpful, and encouraging in assisting with my professional and personal development within the company. The only downside of the job was that there was no training classes to assist in learning the functionality and processes of the CoPath application and how the application interacted with other medical laboratory software. The most enjoyable aspect of working at Sunquest was getting to help people solve problems in order to get laboratory results back to the medical staff and to fix any other software issues to help return the laboratory to its normal workflow.