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- "Good size territory Good benefit" (in 179 reviews)
- "Great people to work with and very responsive 2nd line leaders" (in 159 reviews)
- "Good work life balance and kudo to Head of IT Manager in Singapore" (in 118 reviews)
- "Good culture and work enviroment" (in 106 reviews)
- "Salaries are good for area" (in 82 reviews)
- "Poor management and lack of understanding of work environment" (in 113 reviews)
- "Some managers have no real idea that there’s a human element to working with people!" (in 58 reviews)
- "the poor upper management was poor" (in 43 reviews)
- "Senior leadership makes strategic mistakes with great products!" (in 34 reviews)
- "Major layoffs like most other pharma companies" (in 19 reviews)
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- 1.018 Sept 2022ASMFormer Employee, more than 8 yearsMumbai
Good products in their portfolio.
The upper management is only focus on budget and HR is like a puppet. Dump HRBP The supervisor are so rude .1
- 4.012 Oct 2014Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 8 years
The employees are Great. Intelligent, motivated and most are pleasant.The drug pipeline seems to be very good for the coming 5 years.
Many managers are now cut and dry corporate. Also the pay should be higher and for the last few years salary increases have been in the 2% range even for top producers., a joke. Upper management seems completely detached from the real world and seem to be repeating mistakes that other pharma companies made 5 years ago. I would recommend this job to a friend but to a relative iffy.4
- 1.021 Apr 2016Feasibility LeaderFormer EmployeeAsheville, NC
nice team; strong training, supportive.
upper management skills for proper management are lacking; old school techniques on micro managing remote workers. Also the technique of shaming employees is used within upper management of the feasibility department, with one upper management employee in particular. If you want to be treated like a professional, do not join this department. It seems that upper managementIt seems that upper managementIt seems that upper management spent their time micro managing employees instead of doing their own job. Also, there is no flexibility in your day as a contractor. You must be sitting at your computer for 8 hours a day from 8-5 with a 30 minute unpaid lunch. It is frowned upon if you are ever away from your desk during this time. You will be let go for this with very little warning. Be warned!2
- 3.029 Apr 2016Pharmaceutical Sales Representative IICurrent Employee, more than 3 years
Values employees, good work atmosphere, managers are realistic, RD's are good. Typical pharma company with call plans and budgets. BI promotes and develops its employees within.
Not the greatest at product launches, very conservative for marketing materials and what reps are allowed to share. Upper management seems good but doesn't always let bottom levels in on details
- 1.026 Sept 2013Associate DirectorFormer Employee, more than 10 years
Competitive pay good healthcare for perm employees
Treat employees like second class citizens. Favoritism very destructive to morale and productivity. Very inexperienced and dangerous upper management.
- 4.027 Oct 2012Pharmaceuticals Sales RepresentativeFormer Employee, more than 8 years
Respiratory drugs are proven and sell well.
Below industry pay. Upper management says one thing and does another.
- 1.02 Jun 2022Production Lab TechnicianCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsGainesville, GA
Decent benefits, rotating weekends, overtime
Terrible managers! Terrible management! Treat their workers like slaves, they don’t care about our health or well being, as long as they make more money. The managers/supervisors are unprofessional and there is a lot of nepotism in this company. Upper management hires their friends and family members and give them advantages over other better qualified workers. The supervisors are so bad at their jobs, they have no empathy, low morale. Professionalism is out the door, they hire anyone with a pulse!3