Pharmaceutical Sales Rep (Current Employee), Orlando E – October 2, 2014
Good place to work. Learned a great deal about ADHD market and selling to psychs. Responsible for selling an ADHD medication to targeted physicians. Providing the most current information pertaining to Pfizer product guidelines to ensure the appropriate use of the product and to achieve the business potential of my assigned territory. Co-workers always – more... extremely helpful. Enjoyed all aspects of selling and achieving success. – less
Pharmaceutical Sales Representative (Former Employee), Hartford, CT, Western Massachusetts territory – February 19, 2014
Pros: bonuses, company car, car maintainence, gas, made and kept client relationships in all jobs
Cons: not having coworkers, working alone
Create and maintain client relationships to promote my products. Make sure client is happy. That all concerns and needs are met. This does involve a lot of critical thinking and one must posses a 'go with the flow and accept changes to the schedule for the day' attitude to accomplish keeping clients satisfied and let them know they're appreciated.
The – more... most enjoyable part of the job is creating solid, great relationships with clients and obtaining a great close. The hardest part of the job was keeping everyone happy when my schedule changed due to another office's needs changing the daily schedule.
The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing the fruits of my labor reflected in market share growth. – less
Professional Sales Representative (Former Employee), Hickory, NC – January 1, 2014
PDI is a contract sales force of experienced and tenured pharmaceutical sales representatives. PDI allowed you, as the representative, to take full responsibility of your assigned territory to maximize your sales skills, customer relationships and business development funds to increase market share and volume.
Specialty Sales Consultant (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NV – December 23, 2013
This was the worst experience in my entire 15 year professional career. The company is highly unorganized, not up to date with professional technology to allow for an enjoyable working environment, and there is absolutely zero work/life balance. The company does not care about the employees and I have witnessed a very corrupt HR department. Save yourselves – more... and DO NOT EVER WORK FOR PDI!!! – less
Residential Specialist (Former Employee), Clarksville, Tn – November 21, 2013
Working at PDI was a great learning experience. I enjoyed working with different individuals and watching them grow mentally. It was really hard to leave the individuals after working with them and growing a bond. I learned to help properly care for another individual, but I learned to be happy with my everyday blessings.
CDL Driver/Laborer (Current Employee), Linthicum, MD – September 1, 2013
Pros: no pros
Cons: no benifits
pdi's hours are unpredictable, I usually go in at 6:00am, but never know when I will be getting off. I am not guaranteed 40 hours a week. they don't pay any sick time, vacation time, or holiday pay. and they do not offer any health insurance.
Technician (Former Employee), Hamburg, PA – June 2, 2013
As a PDI, or Pre-Delivery Inspector. One thoroughly inspects the RV before the company sells the RV to the clients. Workers that get paid flat rate maintain a fast work pace and a busy schedule. Each mechanic is pretty independent from the others but if one needs help with an installation or diagnosing a problem, there are lead mechanics to help. The – more... hardest part of the job would be diagnosing problems with appliances on older RVs where there isn't much customer or tech support. Or new RVs that have just been released. Because RVs incorporate many things that can be found in an average household there is much to learn. From different style generators, sliding rooms, and automated circuitry. – less