Sales Specialist (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – December 7, 2017
Good place to work with exception of some upper management. the company made many changes after transition to specialty company. It was well known that salaries were below market average and this was one positive change that was made after layoffs.
Clinical Study Associate (Former Employee) – Edison, NJ – August 23, 2017
As a contractor you are not treated as an employee just a number. Did not enjoy working here no room for advancement, even with experience. No mentors given to help you. People are overloaded with work and wearing many hats without praise.
Averaging about one layoff every year now. Territories restructured even more often. No formulary wins in years. Typical pharma day in field with 8-10 calls required. Both managers I have had have been good. Bonus payouts are pretty much below par due to unbelievably high goals. When you produce well they reward you by increasing your goals to where you don't make a good bonus again. Products are good but managed car is difficult. Health coverage is very good.
Specialty District Manager (Former Employee) – Sioux Falls, SD – April 4, 2017
The uppermost management doesn't seem to understand the US pharmaceutical industry and therefore is not prepared for the "unexpected". Every year they have to adjust the sales force size, which causes talented people to leave and others to lose focus.
Specialty / Hospital Sales Manager (Current Employee) – East Area – March 20, 2017
Very poor organization with low morale and trust levels among the entire field teams and sales leadership. Very low compensation compared to industry. Many are looking to leave as the pipeline is very weak / little potential.
If your willing to produce, its a wonderful company to work for. however, they have promised to move into the CV and Oncology realm and currently the only product that reps have in their bag prescription laxatives.