Managers need to be honest with their employees and take responsibility. They have to understand they set the tone for the entire office. Could be a great company if they vetted their managers before hiring. Most managers have no idea what their employees are because they are not involved at all, but pretend they know everything. Take time to listen then speak. Just because you're a manager doesn't mean you're correct all the time. Learn how to talk to people and not at them.
Very supportive and collegial culture
Answered - Sr. Paralegal (Former Employee) - Delaware
Collaborative, empowerment, learning opportunities, growth and development encouraged. Education reimbursement is outstanding
Answered - EH&S Technical Administrator (Former Employee) - Westborough, MA
There is a lot of room for growth and advancement.
Answered - Manufacturing/Production Associate III (Former Employee) - Frederick, MD
During times of chaos and uncertainty the management of this company could lead best by setting a strong example and excepting the responsibility of what is happening and be truthful and forthcoming with answers. Stay present in the moment and plan for future events and changes. Do not abandon the existing team while building for the future. Many people are affected by falling domino's and the next time it could affect them. They were supportive financially to the employees affected by the changes by giving them the resources and time to find opportunities elsewhere.
Answered - Pharmaceutical Sales Specialist (Former Employee) - New Jersey
Working for a great company like AstraZeneca was very good for me.
their work culture is very good, people very friendly, and I work with very professional people
Answered - Oncology Sales Specialist (Former Employee) - Buenos Aires, Argentina
The work environment is sort of fast past, but you get a lot of training.
Answered - Packaging (Current Employee) - Philadelphia, PA