Primary Lead Technician (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – January 14, 2017
When I first started working at Teva, I actually enjoyed coming to work. The work environment slowly became more and more toxic over the years due to management's lack of involvement when it came to addressing bad apples in the crew. It seems like all of the good employees come and go while the bad ones, the ones that make coming to work dreadful, hang around. Management and HR also tend to not be very forthcoming with information to it's employees about the future of the company. There always seems to be rumors of downsizing and layoffs. The money is decent but the stress is not. I left on good terms but it's definitely not a place that I would ever want to work at again.
Mfg Operator (Former Employee) – Forest, VA – January 6, 2017
Teva is a really good company. Management make the difference. Good o Bad..in this case is really bad. No motivation. I'm working with a company for more than 15 years, in Miami. And move here 3 years ago. is a big difference. We had a good management and team work in florida, people here don't know nothing about that.
A typical workday varies it's all about time & territory management. I've enjoys working with others on my team including management. The best part of my job is the autonomy to run my own business and being responsible for my own success. The hardest part of my job is reimbursement for my products.
Teva's culture is organized and process oriented. The company recently acquired another generic pharmaceutical company. There are many changes occurring currently within the organization. Culture varies between groups.
Chemist II (Current Employee) – Corona, CA – December 7, 2016
Worked here at the Corona location for 5 years and enjoyed most of the time working here. Was stressful at times when demand was high for production, but overall was a good experience. Learned a lot from this company.
For 20 years I have enjoyed working in the Pharma Industry.
Purchasing Supervisor (Current Employee) – Corona, CA – November 7, 2016
I have enjoyed working in the Procurement industry for 20 years, however we are nearing site closure by year end. When the site closes I look forward to opening new doors to experience new opportunities.
Teamwork, challenging changes (new ERP systems), multi-tasking
Teva Pharmaceuticals is a great company to work for..The benefits are great, vacation time is generous, and work/life balance is pretty solid. However, advancement opportunities are available seemingly only in specific departments.
Clinical Nurse Educator (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – October 9, 2016
There are many valid reasons for the high CNE turnover rate as I will outline below:
1) Integrity/ Teva values: They love to talk about it at meetings and in communications; but in practice, integrity is sorely lacking among the program manager and others in upper management. You often see a sugary sweet persona on the outside, but underhanded and deceitful behaviors in practice. Inauthentic and robotic interactions are the norm. Integrity comes naturally to the CNEs in the program, and in general is part of the genetic make-up of true nurses.It is the management that does not practice what they preach in terms of integrity and Teva values., 2) Advancement: Many highly qualified CNEs are groomed for management positions but are then overlooked for promotions when positions become available. Long-time Teva employees with Sales and Marketing backgrounds are selected over well-qualified nurses to manage CNE teams. 3) Sales people managing clinical staff: Why are managers with absolutely no healthcare or clinical experience/background allowed to observe and/or participate in patient trainings and interfere with the sacred patient/nurse dynamic? This is out of their element and they are not qualified to participate in any way. 4) Common sense is nowhere to be found. If you have a brain and like to use it, think twice before you sign on because your ideas are not appreciated or welcomed. 5) Poor communication: Things change all the time but new information does not always make it to everyone who needs to know about it. Processes are not enforced uniformly.
Great fellow CNEs/ Quality services provided to patients