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Amazing company to work for, very dedicated management that is focused on patients and employees as well. People and team work makes this place to totally stand out from.all other pharmaceutical companies in Ireland 100%.
Canteen, great culture, great people, supportive management who would listen, opportunity to develop, team work, work life balance
A forgiving company willing to give the analyst time to learn an grow.If you are good in the lab there is less chance to move up.As long as the work got done you were left alone.
A less stressful environment
Hard to move around to other departments.
Toxic environment. You can give your very best and it won't matter. Find another Company to work for where you can be appreciated! Or make sure you talk with other admins in the group you are joining before accepting a position.
Good benefits and pay;
Management not there for you; micro management
Enjoy my work and admire my team. However, in a company this big culture, direction and communication gets lost from top down. At a micro-level senior leadership falls short of executive leadership missions
Division, Colleagues & Benefits
Moving target goals quarterly, Low Base Compensation and Capped Bonus
Exceptionally well-qualified and congenial team. Highly accountable, accommodating and generous with information and project resources. Service-minded, knowledgeable, capable and methodical tech support for applications employed on site. International presence is both admirable and remarkable. Very positive experience with a sophisticated team of subject matter experts. Very rewarding experience!
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Very hands-off management, so long as you get your work done within a reasonable amount of time. Any questions and concerns you could just walk to any of the nearby offices and ask. Very technically easy work, but also most employees are travelling internationally or working from home so meeting with specific people or groups is difficult and requires some coordination.
Friendly, relaxed atmosphere
A pharmaceutical is only as good as your direct manager! Pfizer was good at promoting men not great women! I learned a lot on my own and from my peers. Management was awful. Hardest part was working for the hostile management. Best part was that the drugs made a difference in patients’s lives.
Again i want to back with pfizer only because of the work culture and environment i had with in Pfizer so it would be my great will to be back and associate with Pfizer only.
Meeting with the standards like good environment and culture
Sales pressure sometimes
I will say there were definitely a mix of personalities there. If I'm being honest the job itself wasn't the issue as much as some of the people were, there were a lot of good people that were there just to work without any added stress but definitely some that enjoy the gossip and chaos. Not a fan of chaos so it wasn't always my cup of tea working there. The pay was good but the work/life balance wasn't. A lot of forced overtime, sometimes within a minute of you clocking out you would get forced another 8 hours.
forced overtime often
Nothing but the pay. Terrible management, make rules as they go, don't care a out employees well being and their families at all.
Overall would not even send a homeless person here to work. There life would be more miserable in this place than on the streets. This is sad to say but this place is not where you want to be
Poor management, don't care about employees, and their families or what they got going on, shift change, and schedule changes at the drop of a dime. Second shift supervisors are the worse, (especially the red neck ones)
I worked for over 5 years in one of the Quality Operations departments and applied to over 15 different positions. Never got the opportunity to advance in my career. Other people with less experience in the company or pharmaceutical field got the positions. My constructive feedback after the interviews was always that my examples were not great and that I required more experience for the role. One time I was even told that I should remove "bilingual" from my CV skills section because it was not relevant to the actual role. I decided to apply outside and got a job on my first interview with a higher salary and "basically" got promoted from my previous title. Overall, Pfizer is a good place to work and learn, but if you feel stuck on your career like any other job you should consider other opportunities.
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