The King of Prussia office was absolutely horrendous!
The back-stabbing culture that management fosters, coupled with the lackluster compensation and benefits offered for a pharma company make this an easily avoidable company.
Recruiters there like to tell candidates, "Employees here wear many hats..." this is code for "we understaff and overwork employees". They DO NOT promote internally, and for those who do manage to find advancement (seemingly because they have no gag reflex or are able to breathe through their ears) the 'raises' employees are given are well-below market value.
Myself and others in my department applied for several internal postings, only to not receive a fair chance for advancement during interviews. Our department VP even said to most of the people in my department, "We prefer to hire externally from other Pharma companies so we can utilize the knowledge of their best practices from the new hire." So once your hired and teach the ways of your former company, you are no longer useful to management.
After having the epiphany that there is no room for advancement at CSL, I took a lateral move to another Pharma company for double my salary there, and was promoted within a year.
Given the choice of returning to this company or taking ANY other offer, I would always choose the latter.
The cafeteria and staff there are nice and offer free popcorn