Phrmaceutical Sales (Former Employee) – Yardley, PA – July 7, 2018
Publicis is a contract position, they require flexibility and hard work but in return they work hard for their employees. After an abrupt contract close they worked tirelessly to secure a new contract for their sales team and got it done. I am happy to return to their team.
PHARMACEUTICAL SALES REP (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – June 22, 2018
Contracts I've been on have had excellent pay and benefits. Job stability is yearly. Need to be able to adapt to change. One of the better contract sales organizations. Contracts with top pharma companies.
I have very much enjoyed my employment with Publicis Touchpoint Solutions
Professional Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Athens, GA – May 21, 2018
I have many years in the pharmaceutical industry including extensive Women's Health experience. With Publicis I have gained a great deal of knowledge within other specialties as well. Publicist has been very fair and very good to me through the years and I would very much like to continue working for this fine organization.
Ability to make decisions regarding potential business opportunities
Pharmaceutical Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – May 2, 2018
A typical work day would include calling on doctors forming relationships with staff and discussing how movantik could benefit doctor's practice. I feel that you must always try to learn in any positon and with Publicis I learned to be more flexible and understand my role in the co-promotion. Management was always upfront and honest with the reps which in turn gained my trust, The culture was always positive and supportive with the reps and encouraged to think outside of the box. The Hardest part of the job was formulary and trying to tailor each doctors payers to Movantik formulary status.
I have always enjoyed the challenge of sales and never look at a position as a job instead as a game. Its a job if you are not having fun!!
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 23, 2018
I was content & happy working for this Company. Learned a lot. Had good relations with my boss and co-workers. I was on the field most of the time but job also entailed a lot of homework such as submission of various reports.
It is a great place to work. Great culture and they care about their employees. Also good if you are looking to break into the Medical field.
Musculoskeletal Account Specialist Southeast US (Former Employee) – Cambridge, MA – April 10, 2018
It is a great place to work. Great culture and they care about their employees. Also good if you are looking to break into the Medical field. They have company contracts all over the country so you can work anywhere.
Regional Field Manager- Geography (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – April 4, 2018
good company culture and competitive pay. Biggest downfall is no real job security when your contract ends. Once the contract ends if there is a spot, you can apply, but if not, then it's 'thank you for your service' and you hit the road.
Will def work there again, great company , great benefits and 401 k plan, training was a bit disorganized but doable, wish they would be more assertive and advocate to find us another position within Publicis especially when our contact ends a year earlier than promised.
Senior Sales Specialist (Former Employee) – Albany, NY – February 28, 2018
-plan what docs to see and review past interactions and stats on what doc is currently using -review specific managed care -pros and benefits of my drugs -competitive pros -culture fosters a superior learning model
Hard part of job: things out of your control Enjoyable part of job: relationships that allow you to have an acquired trust so you can present a superior product which can enable docs to better help their patients
Cardiovascular Nurse Consultant (Former Employee) – Yardley, PA – February 26, 2018
This was a temp job on a contract with a pharmaceutical client. Communication from leadership and management was poor and contradictory at times. Interaction within teams was practically nonexistent and technology was poor.