If you were in charge, what would you do to make Boehringer Ingelheim a better place to work?
If you're serious about using career development opportunities as a means to keep talented employees engaged, happy and retained, it's important to ensure that these opportunities are made available equitably to all employees, at all levels and inn all protected classes. The company's strong nationalistic, misogynistic and ageist culture is getting in the way of meeting this objective.
What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Boehringer Ingelheim?
Boehringer is a great company to work for, they match your skills with the role you perform. Be open and honest.
Difficult to answer because each site is only really connected to the others in name and high level budget. Culture is very site and department based. Culture in Fremont is very much lacking in cohesive leadership and each department is doing its best while blaming other departments for problems.
I am proud to have worked with Boehringer Ingelheim Singapore. The global process experts and the managers were very good, knowledgeable and supportive.