Quality Assurance Line Specialist (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – June 7, 2017
company is horrible treats their employees like dirt, the owner is just totally full of her self. found any reason to close the orlando facility when she promised they woudnt close it due to new facility that they opened but im just glad im dont work in that horrible place no more
Operator (Current Employee) – West Columbia, SC – February 17, 2017
Good greenfield startup. There is no loyalty if your not in the clic your not going anywhere and neither is your rate of pay. Privately held company. No bonus program, training is lacking for the employee work force on production floors. With few exceptions there have been no raises for people that have been with the company for over 4 years. Company does not invest into its employees yet can't understand high rate of turnover.
Job is Okay typical day is putting vials on the line.
If you come in with experience you may receive a decent wage, but negotiate because its doubtful that you will receive a raise unless you get a title change.
If you are needing Pharma experience then this is a place to start, but not retire.
Handling products, cleaning, inventory, etc (Former Employee) – 4121 SW 34th street Orlando, FL 32811 – November 11, 2016
Working at Nephron was decent. There was good scheduling. Payments for working on holidays and bonuses. Finally getting a paycheck every two weeks. However, some cowokers weren't very polite. The environment was sometimes good and other times not so good. But overall, it was a good place.
Schedule set for one year doesn't change, bonuses when working on Christmas
Medical Device Coordinator (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – September 21, 2016
A typical day at work included many clerical activities such as writing reports, planning, and updating documents. Work was limited to change control operations and filing, without much actual operational involvement.
not so much a wonderful place to look forward to going and spending 12 hours
BFS Line Technician (Current Employee) – West Columbia, SC – June 15, 2016
A day of work at this company is no different than any other place,you never know what that day has to bring.In the few months of employment ive learned nothing to where I can perform my duties.As far as management goes, it seems they were chosen by someone who had very little care for the company. Very unprofessional. The hardest part of this job is what most would love about their job and that is doing nothing for hours but standing in one area on watch.
i have 6 years experience working on nephron,good company,good benefits,good comunication with all coworker, a company cadre ,i loved my job,i learned to see how important it is to make medicines for patient,ect
Territory Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Orange County, CA, San Diego, CA – April 25, 2016
Nephron Pharma has a portfolio of respiratory pharmaceuticals. I called on Hospital pharmacy, respiratory, discharge and the ED department. Also, I sampled to HCP, and called on urgent care. Entrepreneurial sales outlook is a must.
Enviromental Service Assistant (Current Employee) – Columbia, Sc – August 20, 2015
I greet people with kindness while I keep there environment arond them spotless. I sweep dubris off sidewalks when i first arrive then proceed to dust etc. Then i straighten the restrooms and handle trash. the mist enjoyable part about it is seeing my employee faces and hearing them say "It smells great in here"
I love being around and pleasing others.
My personal opinion is I feel i dont get paud enough for what i do
Short-sighted thinking at the top means you'll spend all your time cleaning up messes you didn't make, and gettingvpaid pennies to do it. And the managers who made them will be shocked the messes exist.
Engineer/Maintenance (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – August 11, 2014
It can be 12 to 14 hour days I learned allot Management was very good My co-workers were good,and good team players the hardest part of the job was the long hours sometimes,when there were special projects. The most enjoyable part of the was the pay and the benefits.
Lead Warehouse Attendee Line Technician (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – July 22, 2014
Duties included working with Production Department employees coordinating the operation of the production line. Perform cleaning, adjustments and preventive maintenance on equipment. Perform emergency repairs to equipment. Troubleshoot problems and assist maintenance technicians with repair. Set up equipment in the correct configuration for the product scheduled / running to be processed. Receive ,process ,wrap and ship pallet’s to various locations. Also maintain cleanliness of warehouse.
Sales (Former Employee) – United States – July 9, 2014
Underpaid for responsibilities. No room for growth. No vacation and PTO. No work/life balance. Unorganized. Unprofessional. Advancement and placement based on favoritism rather than skill or knowledge. NO training. Learn as you go. No job security. Terrible pay. Bad management (not qualified to lead).
set your own schedule, upper management easy to communicate with.
pay, work/life balance, no vacation, extremely large territories, unprofessional management