Project Manager - Consumer Health Product Supply (Current Employee) – Whippany, NJ – February 13, 2018
Healthy lifestyle is encouraged since I work in Personal Care where we promote the importance of self care in the products we provide to the end customer. Everyone in our department received a free fitbit if we participated in the 30 day walk challenge in the summer 2017. It encouraged me to walk 10,000 step per day! Bayer's Whippany cafeteria is superb! It's like having a food court ! Great menu selection every day! It's the best company cafeteria so far!
Strategic Business Architect and Consultant (Former Employee) – Whippany, NJ – January 3, 2018
The environment was very structured. I worked mainly in the project management area of the company. I was not a project manager. My group supported the project manager from an IT perspective. Since their world was very structured via procedures and reports, our work became very structured - almost rigid. I'm not saying that was bad, simply stating an observation. It was just part of the company culture.
Employment at Bayer was very challenging and rewarding. Days were filled with meetings and job assignments. Employees generally have routine daily responsibilities and as well as project responsibilities. Balancing the work load proved to be challenging at times, but the benefits were worth the extra effort.
The culture was competitive and professional. The management teams expected and encouraged excellence.
I would work at Bayer again given the right opportunity.
Inside Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – December 21, 2017
I enjoyed working for Bayer. They have been a great company for me and have relocated me from Pennsylvania to Indiana back to Pennsylvania. I am no longer apart of Bayer due to my division being sold which is now Innovatus Imaging.
Clinical Research Associate (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 18, 2017
When I was with Bayer, all the managers from low to high had field monitoring experience. This had a significant impact on all aspects of my job including number of sites, number of protocols were low, and expectations were tough but reasonable and achievable. I had excellent managers while there and would have stayed had I not been so naïve!
Excellent company with good benefits and fair work load
We performed migration work for Bayer Turn around / Shut down.
Experienced Instrument and Electrical Technician (Former Employee) – Baytown, Texas – December 17, 2017
We install new PLC's and the wiring, verified and sold instrument loops, wired and verified motor controls, and verified system/PLC operations. Demoed/upgraded system controls for conveyer belt/bagging operations. Verified Delta V communications within the system and outside devices.
Assembler II (Former Employee) – Indianola, PA – December 14, 2017
I used to work with a great team at Bayer, however it would tend to happen here you would get a few good employees, and then the rest were very lazy. Task balance was not even. Management had its flaws as well. People would be quick to throw you under the bus.
Intake Group Specialist (Former Employee) – Morristown, NJ – December 12, 2017
We all worked together as a team to get the job done workers and management together a positive workplace great benefits and perks like working from home and the company store. I felt like I was working with friends it made the workday fly by.
perks like working from home and the company store.
Contractor SAP Planner/Scheduler (Former Employee) – Baytown, TX – December 8, 2017
* Its as if Belcan has not shopped their health insurance in years. * 1700 a month is way to much to pay for Employee and Family. You could take a job making 88K and actually make more money than * * 118,000. K at Bayer. * 88K Net =118K Net working at Bayer
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – West Haven, CT – December 6, 2017
At Bayer we as Sales representatives had the opportunities to grow our markets by spending time with Physicians throughout the country and by Educating and informing all those involved in the Medical Field about how are products would benefit them and their patients.
Field Service Engineer (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – November 30, 2017
The people I worked with were great but the job was more than I bargained for. Quotas were not talked about in the job interview. Sales quotas were not talked about at all. I don't mind casual incidental sales but not aggressive sales. Besides the maintenance, repair, installation and sales, we were also acting as account managers which took up too much time making it hard to perform my basic duties.