Process Manager (Former Employee) – New Milford, CT – November 16, 2017
-it's a young atmosphere, the process managers are in their 20s and 30s -laid back dress code -being able to be involved in the pharmaceutical marketing process Cons -Low pay. There is an ongoing issue with new employees being paid more than existing employees that have been there for a while -Employees are not treated equally -HR is non-existent -Management does not invest in employees -Bad benefits, does not even offer dental or 401k -PTO and doctors appointments are not flexible despite all of the extra hours people put in -No room for growth, only two positions offered -Unprofessional management that need to take or re-take a business management course on how to run a successful company
Process Manager (Current Employee) – New Milford, CT – December 13, 2018
The culture of this company since I joined in 2018 has changed a lot - and for the better. I have witnessed a plethora of changes in the short time that I have been here, and they are all to create a more collaboration-friendly, transformative work environment. I am the kind of person who usually answers emails well into the evening - no matter what the job. At FSI, they understand the need for work-life balance and go beyond to address each individual employee's needs. Each employee is treated as an individual who is a respected professional. The President and Vice President are two of the best bosses I have ever had and I can't wait to grow with this organization into the future. Salary is a little lower than some places in the tri-state area. There is only one suggestion I would have regarding compensation: Overall salaries should match the geographic area of the office. (e.g. a person working at the Ohio office will be able to live off of a lot less money than a person working in the CT office). It is not fair for a person who started in Ohio to be making the same amount as a person in Connecticut, vice-versa.