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I loved my job at SGS but left for a larger city. The pay is decent, dress code is jeans/sweatshirt or T-shirt, can listen to music while working through one ear bud, you learn a lot.
Decent pay, work life balance is great, free lunches, long breaks
There was always an issues with being overworked and taken advantage of due to the staffing. It was almost as if other departments were less important than others.
Hard to think of any at the moment... sorry.
Impossible work life balance, favoritism
Buen sitcom para Trabajo’s, buen Ambiente, se trabaja mucho pero se aprende y te tratan con educación. Si te buscas la vida puedes encontrar interesantes ofertas fuera de España.
Aprendizaje y trato
Everyone is very nice and helpful. But the days tend to get repetitive and boring especially starting out
Work-life balanceWork-life balance at SGS is greatPay & benefitsMy pay and benefits at SGS are fairJob security and advancementIn terms of job security at SGS, I think it's fairManagementIn general, managers at SGS very helpful and nice whenever you have a question or need helpCultureCollaboration with my colleagues at SGS is not really needed but they are very helpful in explaining any questions you haveOverallMy experience working at SGS a nice place to start
Good place to get a feel for the import export business. Interesting work where you can play a key role in seeing shipments are cleared. Good co-workers who would pitch in to help if workload was too much
Good supportive co-workers
Unmanageable workload at times
This company is a great beginner job for someone who is fresh out of college or fairly new in the field of pharmaceuticals. I only had one year of experience. I learned a lot about the industry and gained a lot of experience. However, because of the lack of good management, the lack of employees, and the bad job culture you wouldn't want to stay there long to build your career. You'll notice that the company has a high turnover rate within a month or two of working there, also. So, basically after about a year start looking for something new.
I was persuaded to leave a great job as a principal consultant to work in the Global Renewables team. The director only had one year to improve things. In the end about 30 employees in the Renewables team got made redundant and I with the others had to start all over again. Shame on on you SGS
No real concern for employees
Too many people calling in. Always oncall. Some of the managers are for you and some are not respectful to you or your opinions. It was a fun experience but certain things would need to be revamped in order to make it a great business establishment.
Feed you if you work more then 14 hours a day
Always on call