Operator (Former Employee), Baytown, TX – August 29, 2012
A physically demanding job especially in the unit that I worked in. The co-workers and I are still in contact with each other. Management well thats all I can say about that. The most enjoyable part of my job was the off site get together meetings.
Contractor Production Worker (Current Employee), Kansas City, MO – August 28, 2012
Pros: even though i'm a contractor i am given one week of vacation time after a year.
Cons: no medical benefits
A typical day is having a tale gate in the morning and the lead operator explains how important it is to pay close attention to your work surrounding. I've learned to do multiple jobs and be able to work where every a able body is needed. Management is management, you come to work on time, work safe and perform your job duties to the best of your ables – more... with a team spirit. I work well with my co-working. The hardest part of my job was the first few days, not really knowing what to do and your never always on the same job, area or building and the fact that I'm a contractor that wants to be permanent. My most enjoyable part of the job is that your always learning something different. – less
Professional Sales Consultant, Long Island, NY (Current Employee), Long Island, New York – August 28, 2012
Pros: company car
Cons: need more poas
Bayer is really some kind of place to work. I learned that this is a dynamic field. There is management at different levels. Co-workers are great. The hardest part of the job is the steady stream of reports. The most enjoyable part is of course working in the field.
Was very satisfied with the process, very quick and it allowed me an opportunity to come on board and a permanant sales consultant!
Q2 Ranked #25 out of 170 Sales consultants (Current Employee), Plano Texas territory – August 27, 2012
My review would have to include the comradery and product knowledge that was taught to us. The company atmosphere was one of pure ethical practices while deliverying important information to my providers.I learned a lot from my peers as far as more product knowlege , being that they have much tenure. As far as my day at work, I was ready to go the night – more... before! – less
Office Administrator (Current Employee), Sacramento, CA – August 26, 2012
Pros: flexible work schedule
Cons: not a lot of job advancement/upward mobility
There wasn't ever really a typical day because the "routine" would change constantly. I learned a lot about business/work operations and customer service from the numerous client interactions in person as well as on the telephone. My co-workers and some of the employees were the best part of the job. Most of them are good friends of mine now and we – more... continue to hang out outside of the office even when work is over. – less
TDI Train Scheduler / Production operator (Current Employee), Baytown, Texas – August 18, 2012
Pros: oppurtunities to learn from other business units around the world
Cons: benefits / 401k limitations
From 2000 to 2011 I was a production technichian. Daily readings samples, DCS and Dleta V system controls. Clear equipment / start ups and shutdowns and trouble shoot equipment as needed when process issues would arise.
I am currently working as the Maintanence scheduler for a 6 operating units using Capacity Leveling in SAP / Microsoft projects using – more... a risk based ranking system. – less
Farm assistant (Former Employee), Clayton, NC – August 17, 2012
Cons: treated with disrespect by supervisor daily
a typical day at work was confusion. poor training supervisor was rude to employees no plan no structure. all i learned was that this was a poor excuse for a company with bayers name. complaints about the treatment of contract workers went ignored. there was nothing hard about this job it was made hard by no communication from poor managment. all co – more... workers in my department were looking for other work after a short period of time working there. no grown man wants to be treated with disrespect for working hard by a supervisor that just shows up for work. this is from day one on the job. – less
OBIEE Developer (Former Employee), KS – July 25, 2012
Here I worked with function in Siebel Analytics. Designed and developed the OBIEE/ Metadata Repository (.rpd) using OBIEE Admin tool by importing the required objects (Dimensions and Facts) with integrity constraints into Physical Layer using connection pool, developing multiple Dimensions (Drill-Down Hierarchies) & Logical & Facts / Measures objects – more... in Business Model Layer, and creating the Presentation catalogs in Presentation Layer. – less
it was a very good place to work. people there are friendly and generous
skidsteer/forklift (Former Employee), Littlefield, TX – July 23, 2012
Pros: occasional lunches and breakfast
Cons: short breaks and lunches
Typical work day started at 730am and I was responsible for checking all forklifts based on a checklist. Then I would start preparing for the loading or unloading of trucks. I did that pretty regularly all day long till 4 pm. I learned a lot about the grow of cotton seed and wat kinds of chemicals go into making a good product. I pretty much got along – more... with everybody that worked there. The hardest thing I would say would be is that o did more work myself that usually took 3 guys to do. The thing I loved doing was loading and unloading trucks. – less
Many benefits are available, such as an in-house gym and track, outside gazebos, company picnics and summer flex hours to name a few.
Contractor (Current Employee), Wayne, NJ – July 17, 2012
Pros: excellent hourly wage, somewhat flexable hours, pride in my work
Cons: tense office atmosphere
A typical day at work would start with a check into Outlook to see if anything urgent came in after I had left. Once that was done, there are contracts to create, which will involve research into each vendor to check vitals of the contracts requested. Constant interaction with the business units of Bayer require a high level of customer service skills – more... as well as the ability to manage several projects co . Problem solving and prioritizing are constant requirements that may be the most enjoyable part of the job. – less
Pharmaceutical Sales Representative •Recruited and then hired to increase sales and market share of antibiotics, Cipro and Avelox, and eventually Cipro XR and Levitra used for erectile dysfunction (E.D.) •Successfully marketed four (4) brand name drugs including Cipro, Cipro XR, Avelox, and Levitra to a "Target List" of approximately 150 physicians – more... and 45 pharmacies •Top 2% in division; Top 10% in sales area •Actively participated on Bayer’s sales force during the launch of Cipro XR (2002) and Levitra (2003) – less