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so boring

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Current Employee - QA Executive  in  Dehra Dūn
Current Employee - QA Executive in Dehra Dūn

I have been working at Pharmaceutical Product Development full-time for less than a year

Pros

finencial problm and for experiance

Cons

very difficult work ,,timing limit

Advice to ManagementAdvice

dont torchr on junior level

Doesn't Recommend
Neutral Outlook

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    just ok

    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Pharmaceutical Product Development

    Pros

    have kinds of clinical trials to work for. a good place to build up experience

    Cons

    benifits are not as good as other CROs

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    improve benifits

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    Good job to gain experience and work a lot of overtime right out of college.

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    Current Employee - Assistant Scientist  in  Middleton, WI (US)
    Current Employee - Assistant Scientist in Middleton, WI (US)

    I have been working at Pharmaceutical Product Development full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Depending on what group you're in and who your main client is, you will most likely have a lot of opportunities to work overtime and make a decent amount of additional money/get incentives (Gift cards - amount varies among groups).

    You start with 17 days of PTO - wow.

    Depending on your group, you'll move up to associate scientist in one year.

    Good benefits.

    Cons

    PPD is hiring a lot of student out of college right now because the GMP portion in Middleton, WI is doing well and gaining clients. However, PPD is all about money. Promotions only occur in April of each year, unless you apply for a different position within the company. Because PPD hired so many people last year, some may not get the promotions they deserve solely because PPD doesn't want to spend that much money. Promotions aren't based on your work and how well you perform, they're mostly based off of length of service there. Someone who started in June will get a promotion over someone who started in July of the previous year.

    Everyone in the office hates on PPD. No one actually WANTS to be there because corporate tries to act like they care about employees…they have a terrible way of showing that. I've made many good friends from working at PPD, however, every one of them intends on leaving in the near future.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Practice what you preach. If you value your employees like you say you do, then show them that.

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    Positive Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO
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