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I worked at GlaxoSmithKline full-time (More than a year)
There is provision for Flexitime. The company has Good products and Good business practices compared to competitors. A lot of processes are taught through online learning and IT support is robust.
Micromanagement, too much change, little tolerance for the new, little diversity. Non competitive pay
Advice to Management
Lead from the front, don't take credit on behalf of your staff. Stop micromanaging. Intervene on behalf of your team when expectations of them from above country or the GM are unrealistic
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I applied in-person. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at GlaxoSmithKline (Africa, MO (US)) in September 2015.
The interview was rather unstructured. The atmosphere was welcoming though. The salary negotiation was with HR and took lots of to and fro to arrive at an acceptable offer. Then came a wait of about three months before I was sure I was hired.
Took quite some time. Pay scales are not that high for some positions and in my case, my request was very similar to what some Directors take home. Of course, I couldn't be accorded directorial status