SAS Programmer (Current Employee) – New Jersey – November 3, 2016
Worked on different studies of phase I – III, supporting a range of analytical and report generation tasks. Worked with project managers and statisticians from study initiation to final report submission.
Medical Sales Specialist (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – July 23, 2015
A typical day at work for me is to go where my business is and generate more. Where I do not have business, I try to capture business by excellent communication, building strong relationships and being a credible resource. Management at Eisai is fair. I do not feel Im in a stable position with Eisai due to inadequate pipeline. My team members are awesome. We all help each other and work very well as a team. The hardest part of the job is access to the right customers. The most enjoyable part of the job is the rewarding feeling of helping children and adults with severe epilepsy.
Helping others, excellent benefits, company is very patient centric.
Unstable, weak pipeline, access to certain physicians
Director, Finance (Current Employee) – Woodcliff Lake, NJ – May 5, 2015
Eisai has a good work life balance but lately that has started to change for the worse. Awesome Benefits. The coworkers are amazing and it is a fun place to work. However, lately some of the flagship products have had challenges and I see couple of tough years for Eisai from the revenue perspective.
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Woodcliff Lake, NJ – April 29, 2015
very busy learned a lot and got to know a lot of people through networking especially the events that took place management is great co-workers are awesome nothing difficult about the position and everyone is fantastic every part of the job is enjoyable, the people are so nice there and make every day the best day to be there
Aseptic Tech (Current Employee) – Research Triangle Park, NC – January 9, 2015
Not really busy everyday, the only time that we are busy is when we have fill going on or other projects going on. Learned a lot about working with an isolator. Not much room for advancement and unsure about what the future holds for the company. Management has a hard time making a decision on whether or not how to solve a problem. The people are friendly for the most part but you do have some that are out there to make it rough for you.
Oncology Sales Specialist (Former Employee) – OR – October 24, 2013
During eleven years with Eisai, my role changed a few times. I sold to a variety of specialists and territories. Like many other companies I had a series of good managers who were each different but each dedicated to the company and the sales reps they led. The hardest part of the job was maintaining focus on customer needs while complying with increasing company needs for more reports and information due to changes within the medical and pharmaceutical industries. I enjoyed my colleagues and many clients and staff. I loved learning new things and being challenged.
Products, Pipeline, focus on patients, employee benefits, and sales professionals.
Great place to work. Work as team. Management was great. Do your job the way it should be done and have fun doing it. All aspect of the job. Co - worker was great ,work together to complete assign task. their was no hard part to me. Fun place to work.
Some time free lunches. Go out twice special events. Bowling to Frankies and others places