Pfizer Inc. McPherson Kansas Plant - Hostile work place. Unprofessional environment. Culture of bur buddies instead of best talents and ideas.
Quality Operation, Technical Service (Current Employee) – McPherson, KS – November 19, 2018
McPherson Kansas plant is not a good place to work. Unprofessional culture. Only local incompetent peoples are in supervisors and managers levels positions. Hiring and promotion are based on behaviors/bar buddy search. Locals and dirty politics survives over hard work, qualification and talent.
Can be a first job to get 6 months of experience before finding good professional place to work, cheap living const in McPherson Kansas.
Bad and hostile work culture, incompetent local peoples are only hired and promoted to management roles, qualification and talent are overlooked for hiring and promotions.
Study Director/Principal Investigator (Former Employee) – Groton, CT – November 19, 2018
Culture is one of fear and loathing. There is a sense of learned helplessness among many on the lower rungs. Anyone who dares color outside the lines is punished. It is a one direction operation where orders come from the top and there is no one up there listening to anything that is happening on the ground.
Chemist II (Former Employee) – McPherson, KS – November 17, 2018
I worked in the laboratory and the managers were very communicative and understanding. The hours were flexible & vacation was nice! I would have continued working for Pfizer if it wasn't located in Kansas.
National Account Manager (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – November 15, 2018
Very political. Good pay. Very unstable employment. A brand drug company. Typical big pharma in many ways, narrowly defined roles where getting broad based support is almost impossible to drive any divisional initiatives.
Field Service Engineer, ICU Medical (Former Employee) – Mid Michigan – November 14, 2018
able to complete your job at hand withing a comfortable time due to issues are generally not pressing with a patient on the devices. A typical day is to travel to a facility and perform any maintenance that is due to the devices and what the contract states that must be completed.
Senior Group Leader (Current Employee) – Lake Forest, IL – November 14, 2018
Pfizer is a very good company to work for. The culture is strong and they walk the talk. Benefits are good. But with Pharma, no job is secure. Depending on your manager, there are lots of development and career growth opportunities.
Senior Professional sales consultant (Former Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI – November 13, 2018
Everyday was a challenge, interacted with the most highly educated and intelligent customer in the healthcare industry. Developed relationships with customers and interacted with them to identify needs and offer solutions to problems and concerns.
District Manager (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA and Knoxville, TN – November 13, 2018
While its been many years since I've been at Pfizer, I enjoyed career advancement opportunities and moved 5 times for promotional opportunities, or for retention in new assignments. Unfortunately, the last three years there saw the start of numerous restructuring and downsizings that have plagued the industry the last 15 years.
A typical day of work the supervisor say the work priorities and give training for us. I learned in Pfizer very fast the all processes in the raw material, using USP, EP and JP Pharmacopeia's. The hardest part of the job are coordinated the time and the work to meets all work in the work time.
VP (Former Employee) – New York, NY – November 12, 2018
A great place to work, to make friends, and do amazing things. Top notch talent focused on making contributions to help the company achieve its mission of helping people live longer, healthier, more productive lives.