Process Technician (Former Employee) – Broomfield, CO – April 2, 2019
The crew I worked with was great. The management changed a couple times while I was there and one of my managers didn't seem to know the process very well and wasn't always supportive. The company itself wanted to push out a lot with skeleton crews and dated equipment. They also had mandatory "optional" over time. Some people would get written up for not working over time.
Managed Care Contracts Analyst (Former Employee) – Princeton, NJ – January 6, 2019
Process Contracts in timely manner for operationalizing the pricing and language for Managed Care, GPO, IDN, and PBM customers Update tracker daily for upper management review
Had a wonderful team with great drive to help my ambition to learn more within the company and industry. The Senior Director of the team guided me with right tasks to strengthen my skills independently and as a team.
My group was cool, but it's definitely a revolving door. No one is ever there for but so long. Most of the VPs are there for a year or two. I do feel like managers need more accountability and not ability to blame others.
Manager (Former Employee) – Wilson, NC – August 1, 2018
I worked at Sandoz a few years ago in an executive level position. It was a cut throat culture. Out of the four Pharma companies that I have worked for in my career, this was easily the worst company for career advancement and an overall toxic culture. Most of the folks in functional groups that I had daily relationships with have left the company for more rewarding positions. It's a real shame as well. The company could be great for professional and personal career development if it changed the culture. Finally, in the four years I was there, they hired and fired 3 HR Directors. That speaks for itself.