QC Lab Technician (Former Employee) – Ridgefield Park, NJ – November 16, 2018
Worked here on a contract position. Liked the atmosphere, the job, the co-workers. Negative was no benefits at all, pay was just ok, less than avg but needed the job at the time. Overall, liked the company but wouldn't work there under a contract position again.
Production Associate (Current Employee) – Swiftwater, PA – November 12, 2018
Sanofi is great company to join. But you will put in time trying to understand culture and the processes. If you like to keep it simple, this isn't the company for you. But team work and colloboration are at the center of everything the teams do.
Great work atmosphere. Company offers many opportunity for growth and promotes professional development. Ability to work remote is helpful and conducive to to increase in productivity. The downside is the open work space.
Reputable company, fosters learning and efficiency
Production Technician (Current Employee) – Swiftwater, PA – November 2, 2018
The work load varies from one department to another. There are lots of learning opportunities and they have you take classes and read documents once a month so you can be familiar and informed with all aspects of your job.
Different Sites will have different cultures/expectations.
Manager (Current Employee) – Swiftwater, PA – October 30, 2018
The Sanofi Pasteur site is less than expected. High rates of pay inequality between outside hires and inside promotions. Culture is focused highly on meeting metrics that are either not fully conceived or do not actually provide any benefit to company. (Other than looking good on paper) No move toward updating the production process or integrate new R&D possibilities.
Vaccine Sales Specialist (Former Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – October 29, 2018
I learned a lot of valuable skills regarding true buy and bill sales, as well as public (government) vs private vaccine sales. I also learned a great deal about wholesale pricing and pharmaceutical wholesalers overall.
National Account Executive (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 27, 2018
Partner with executives (CEO/COO/CMO/SVP/Director) of Accounts to create mutually beneficial business relationships • Lead team to evaluate competitive activity, identify key opportunities, and develop specific market objectives and tactics that optimize business performance • Develop a robust internal support network that influences brand strategy and executes tactics through frequent headquarter meetings and interactions. Responsible to provide insights to the ACT process in a leadership role across brand, USMA, and sales leadership • Collaborate transversally with Government Affairs and Policy, Field Sales, Health Outcomes Operations, Medical Affairs, Customer Development, and Brand Management personnel to secure competitive product access and formulary placement to position Sanofi as a leader in the respective disease categories • Strong leadership, strategic thinking, business planning, communication skills, along with the results orientation, and business savvy to manage a complex national and regional market evolution • Responsibility for full budget allocation and management for account team • Designated expert in legal/compliance issues around all aspects of customer engagement • Lead account management to develop, negotiate and implement innovative contracts to support brand strategies and coordinate pull-through activities to support access opportunities and challenges. Track, problem solve, and analyze contracted product performance and communicate account performance broadly with key stakeholders. • Demonstrate the ability to identify and initiate marketmore... shaping opportunities through evolving customer and government business models • Maximize business opportunities with brand management teams to develop and enhance segment strategies • Exceed sales expectations and develop new sales opportunities within Kaiser accounts • Shape value position and collaborate with Business Unit and Market Access and Business Development Senior Leadership to advance organizational knowledge of customer competitors and market evolution • Direct and navigate initiatives across Joint Venture and related internal companies (i.e. sanofi-pasteur, BMS, P&G etc.) • Account Management expert in all aspects of pharmaceutical operational processes (manufacturing/research and development/distribution/etc.)less
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Swiftwater, PA – October 25, 2018
I worked at Sanofi for 16 years, 13 as an employee. I had a wonderful experience up until the last four years of my employment when I was assigned to a new manager. The new manager had never had direct reports prior to their promotion, was not prepared to handle having direct reports, did not advocate or engage with their direct reports in a professional manner, and frequently blamed their own shortcomings on their direct reports while taking credit for their successes and innovative ideas.
This new manager would frequently dump tasks assigned to them on their direct reports, often at the last minute and with little to no direction, and leave the office for the day, being unreachable for follow up questions or directions.
Generally good people, good atmosphere
Very Beuarocratic, too many managers, operates in silos, no open collaboration, HR sucks
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – Forest Park, GA – October 21, 2018
It was always a good day to work there. I learned new things everyday. In the work place culture was all kind of nice people there. in the most enjoyable part of working there was, always learning new thing to do. with in the warehouse.
SENIOR SALES REPRESENTATIVE, Diabetes Division (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – October 16, 2018
While Sanofi trains its employees well and has great products.. It's employment stability is poor. I worked there for 2 years and endured 2 layoffs at year end.. 650 employees in 2 years displaced Merry Christmas.. If your looking to grow with a company this one is not a good bet!! Many long tenured employees displaced, poor management and low salaries..
Producton Packaing Technician (Former Employee) – Swiftwater, PA – October 14, 2018
It was a good place to work. Good structure and great benefits. You have to be there no matter what the weather is. Even if there is a state of emergency you are expected to be there. Not a lot of room for advancement unfortunately.