Great pharmaceutical company with wonderful benefits!
Associate Territory Business Manager (Former Employee), New Orleans, LA – February 17, 2014
Pros: excellent mangers and co-workers!
Cons: i left to stay home with children.
I enjoyed working for Bristol-Myers Squibb! I decided to take a step down to stay home with my children and would very much like to get back in the pharmaceutical industry today! I won many awards and really enjoyed focusing on my customer's needs and how to present my products in the best scientific way I could to show them the benefits these products – more... could play in their patients lives! – less
QC Senior Associate (Current Employee), Devens, MA – February 12, 2014
Pros: pay, benefits, perks
Cons: rotating shifts/ weekend shift work common
Bristol-Myers Squibb is a great place to work. They have a great work-culture, a decent job/life balance, and great benefits. The culture is very positive and I enjoy working with the people there. It is a very collaborative environment.
Senior District Business Manager (Former Employee), Iowa City, IA – January 21, 2014
BMS provided a great opportunity to develop skills and reach personal career goals. Expectations are high and performance is expected. Management provided a healthy opportunity to provide feedback and share best practices.
Senior Diabetes Sales Specialist (Current Employee), Bay Shore, NY – December 27, 2013
Pros: helping patients, accountable for sales results, building relationships with key customers.
Cons: excessive administrative tasks, increasing competition, managed care landscape is always changing.
Bristol Myers Squibb is a wonderful company that treats there employees with respect and creates an atmosphere that is conducive to learning and working up the ladder of success. I have learned a lot and enhanced my disease state knowledge significantly since i started on the job. BMS holds you accountable for your own sales results and gives you the – more... tools you need to succeed. The most enjoyable part of the job is catering to your customers needs and ultimately bringing innovative solutions to patients with serious disease. – less
Sample Control Associate (Current Employee), Syracuse, NY – December 26, 2013
Process morning and afternoon samples, preparation for future projects, weekly training and meetings, responds to requests of analysts and other departments. Incoming and outgoing shipments. Data management and paperwork for duration of campaign. Coworkers are easy to work with and cooperative. Adjusting to sudden protocol changes are difficult but – more... not impossible. Company celebrations and events. – less
Training Analyst/Coordinator (Contractor) (Former Employee), Plainsboro, NJ – December 23, 2013
Pros: work/life balance
Cons: bms is hard to get in permanently
Great company to work for and stay long term. I worked with the Plateau system and learned a lot about the training environment. Co-workers and manager were always there to back you up if you need help with your workload.
Pros: lunch celebrations and parties for special occasions
Cons: during the busy season sometimes lunch was cut short
General administrative duties, recruiting for Ph.D. Candidates and Associate Candidates during the months of September and January in addition to my daily duties. That was the hardest but most enjoyable part of the job. I was able to get to know the people who work on testing and developing medications for diseases. The coworkers were very easy going – more... and caring. Management always handled themselves in a professional manner.
Also performed extensive travel arrangements and maintained the Executive Director's calendar on a daily basis – less