The best part of the job is the colleagues. Amazing workforce. Depending on the Division, you could have a long and successful career. Management teams below Leadership tend to be very political and still possess the old school mindset that if you are not there you are not really working. Management really does not embrace the Mobile/Remote working initiative.
Executive Director, US HEOR, Oncology (Current Employee) – Princeton, NJ – February 26, 2018
I lead the US HEOR Oncology team at BMS. My typical day is managing meetings and topics relevant to RWE and HEOR. I have learned they are a great company and like most of the management team. They tend to have people in meetings morning to night and some managers are too self absorbed. The hardest part of the job is getting my work done after being in meetings all day. The most enjoyable part of this job is the latitude to be innovative.
Senior Territory Business Manager (Former Employee) – Princeton, NJ – February 25, 2018
I learned a tremendous amount at the top of the sales team at Bristol. We sold life saving medications for Hepatitis B, C and HIV. Complex disease states is where I thrived giving physicians the data they needed to treat very sick patients!!
Director of Security (Current Employee) – Hopewell, NJ – February 9, 2018
Not looking to leave JLL but I am open to new opportunities if the arise. As a Facility Management company JLL is a fantastic. The BMS account that I manage covers multiple sites across the US and in Puerto Rico.
COMPLIANCE LEAD (Current Employee) – Plainsboro, NJ – February 9, 2018
The company undergoes unreasonable transformations all the time, not considering its long-term impact. Technically equipped personnel are laid off and they end up hiring more costly consultants not only to do the work but to correct errors done. The management team is old, they have been there for years, old strategies are redressed as new, they go through the same cyclical motion.
On a positive note, the company offers very high compensation package in comparison to their peers, good benefits as well.
Compensation and Benefits
Strategy not looking at fundamentals, old management team
I worked in Oncology Global Clinical Research so there was no "typical" day at work. In addition to my regular responsibilities of answering phones, organizing domestic and international travel, preparing expense reports, I was also required to do project-specific activities. My direct manager was one of the most respected and fair people I have ever had the pleasure to work with. The hardest part of the job was not getting drug approval after years' of hard work by the entire team. The most enjoyable part of the job was going to work every day. I had hoped to retire from there.