utiliity person (Current Employee) – Greenville, NC – January 23, 2018
its a good place to learn alot about working different areas in a kitchen and more type of folks u meet and good work efforts in all around u each day no matter what i am task to have done on each day.
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Greenville, NC – January 5, 2018
This job is ok... If you get on as a temp get comfortable as being a temp especially if you’re hired for inspection/packaging it could take anywhere from 1 to 10 years to get from under the temp service! Other departments around you, 6 months or more maybe even less you can come in at the same time and it could take them 6 months to get hired and in the departments I mentioned could take you years. It’s a depressing struggle and unfair when they did nothing but be hired for a different department
Scientist II, Environmental Monitoring (Current Employee) – Greenville, NC – November 1, 2017
Efficiently managed and well organized to maintain high productive output. Culture was positive, friendly and encouraged teamwork. Management was willing to work with individuals to meet appropriate needs while maintaining professionalism.
Lab Analyst I (Current Employee) – Greenville, NC 27834 – August 25, 2017
A great place to get started and if you can meet the right people can advance quickly. Like with any jobs has its up and downs and stressful moments. But wonder compensation plans and incentives to be an employee here.
If leaders like you then they will cover up your mistakes
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – High Point, NC – July 20, 2017
When you are faithful and listen to all who they put into leadership to give orders never listen to them or otherwise if they like you they would find some why to have you dismissed due to paperwork or just because they don't like you
Lab Coordinator (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – July 19, 2017
I don't really know too much about the going-ons of the company. The company doesn't inform me of much, and I took the job because it offered more than my previous job. It requires me to exert a lot more of myself in very trivial tasks. Not sure if this was because my attitude or whether the company wants extreme quality in every task its employees perform.
Senior Scientist II (Current Employee) – Greenville, NC – May 17, 2017
Been here for a while now and it is a wonderful company to work with. A lot of nice and wonderful people who care about your success in the company but also outside of the workplace in environment as well.
The title says it all...low morale, racism, no advancement, only friends of friends are hired...smh Total chaos from beginning to end of the month...oh did I mention racist? I'm Caucasian and do not like the fact that there are no A.A. Managers!
Global Procurement-Project manager Intern (Former Employee) – Durham, NC – May 12, 2017
I did my internship at Patheon in the summer. I had the opportunity to work with some of the smartest minds in pharmaceutical industry. I had the role of project manager, where I had opportunity to work with people all across the globe.
Very poor training for new hires resulting in high turnover
PPT Tech II PDS (Former Employee) – Greenville, NC – May 8, 2017
A typical day at work involved some employees working hard and others hardly working. The job was presented that all employees were required to share the load, and this was carried out. I learned to be patient, and stay mono toned when it came to job expectation. Management was very out of touch with the actual day to day work balance within the department. There was no attempt to show an interest in aiding the problem. The culture was every man for himself. The hardest part of the job was to keep a level head as to some working hard and some hardly working. The most enjoyable was the learning of various processes involving the manufacture/ filling/ and packaging of the product.
Pharmaceutical Operator level II (Current Employee) – Manatí Municipio, PR – February 27, 2017
Sometimes one will work 12 hour shifts, you will learn different ways of processing pharmaceutical products since the products are from different pharmaceutical companies. Promotion to other positions is difficult. I enjoy learning the various types of manufacturing machines that are available.