QA Technician (Former Employee), PR – July 17, 2014
Reviews and approves the executed batch records pertaining to the preparation, formulation, granulation, compressing, coating and printing or any additional stage of the final dosage form of all products manufactured. Evaluate quality incidents and generate process events during production orders. Review detected incidents or deviation in Trackwise – more... system during. Performs audits of the manufacturing rooms to assure that are in compliance with the requirements established. Opens notice of event (NOE) in the TrackWise system for any detected incident, deviation or documentation error during the batch record review process. Assures that Quality Events (QE) are completed within the time frame provided in site procedure. If time extension is required, assure timely submission of required documentation. Review and approve samples of eLims. Audit the process in Epes and SAP. – less
Machine Assistant (Former Employee), Cockeysville, Maryland – July 10, 2014
Very nice company to had worked for. Learned how to be multi-tasked. Got along well with co-workers and management. The hardest part of the job was having to leave after an 8 hour shift because there was always unlimited overtime which was very enjoyable.
Manager, Marketing Communications (Former Employee), Franklin Lakes, NJ – June 22, 2014
Company offers many opportunities to advance through developmental assignments, mentoring, and reward programs. They highly encourage work/life balance, but are highly appreciative of employees that go above and beyond, rewarding them accordingly
I started by gathering my request forms for the day that needed to be filled for the next day's production. I learned to work well with others and fill orders in a timely fashion. Multi tasking was something that was also expected of me during my daily duties. The most challenging part of my daily routine, was when we came across a order that was priority – more... and we did not have the raw materials that was needed. A rush order needed to be put in, in a timely matter to fill the request. When your order's for the week are filled and complete and it was done by a team effort. – less
I have the motivating gift to help people perform at their next level.
National Sales Training Manager BD Medical (Current Employee), Franklin Lakes, NJ – April 28, 2014
My passion is training, coaching, and motivating sales reps to achieve the next level of performance. Much of my time is spent on field rides helping reps analyze their accounts, ensuring the right message is delivered to the right customer with the right frequency. I believe the desire is in all of us to success. My special talent is the ability to – more... help people reach deep inside themselves and to find a way to perform at a level they thought unachievable. – less
Good employees, fairly nice managers and easy work
Operator (Former Employee), Columbus, NE – March 29, 2014
Pros: we had paid lunch, great benefits
Cons: we couldn't smoke on the campus, got in trouble if we took a few minutes past the allotted half hour for break
I would go in at midnight every night and would work with a team of 3 or 4 people. We would start up the line and inspect and package the product. I learned how to do this work, plus fix the machines and switch out product when needed. My supervisors were very nice and, most of the time, were helpful. My co-workers were fun to work with but sometimes – more... were very juvenile and inappropriate, which at various times made me uncomfortable. The hardest part of my job was when I had to work with people who loved to spread rumors or were just plain unpleasant, because I had to spend eight hours straight with them. The part of my job that I loved the most was learning new things, inside the cleanroom and out in the rest of the plant. I loved being the person that my supervisor would call on to learn something new. – less