Data Entry Steward (Former Employee) – Fort Washington, PA – June 1, 2018
"Fun" work environment, snacks and once a week they would have dinner catered, have no real complaints about the company. All of the data entry positions were filled from local staffing agencies, management and other higher positions were actual Veeva employees. Was personally running my own projects and training the NEW project manager because I was overlooked for the position because I was an external staffing agency hire, so moving into management is non-existent if you work there as a DEO already. $11 an hour to do some work, play on your phone/facebook... I was like and extra $200 a week on top of my FT job so I didn't hate it. Left because I was unhappy at being overlooked for multiple positions, that I then had to TRAIN the new project managers on but oh well. If you don't was any advancement and you want some easy money, definitely a place I would recommend.
Great environment, lolved my direct and higher managers, easy work for some easy money
Software Engineering Intern (Former Employee) – Pleasanton, CA – April 2, 2018
I've only worked at 2 tech places so far, but Veeva is so far the best, and it's something I hear from tech veterans as well. The work is fun, and the people are nice and sociable. Every desk is a motorized standing desk, there are ping pong tables, free lunch, espresso machines, employee kitchens, and yoga and fitness classes. It is amazing. I was good friends with my managers, and hated leaving. If I didn't have to move to Santa Cruz for my wife's PhD program, I would work at Veeva again in a heartbeat. If you get a chance, work for Veeva. You won't regret it.
Data Analyst (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – April 1, 2018
Try to raise a family while working here, no way... they pull the corporate culture line but are only interested in getting 60+ hours a week from you... picking cotton is what it's like working here...
Veeva is cut-throat and management only care about themselves.
Data Steward (Former Employee) – Fort Washington, PA – December 1, 2017
I worked at veeva for almost 2 years with no raise , benefits, or promise of any type of career advancement. When I first started there were already others with 3-4 years tenure traveling down this same path to nowhere. The management is terrible. You can do everything about your job right but don't take a extra free juice or look at the " higher ups" that way or you'll find yourself without a job tomorrow. The only way I'd recommend Anyone work for veeva is if they are trying to earn a quick buck while looking for a permanent job.
Senior Consultant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 10, 2017
Dream job environment. Engaged teams working to serve the customer, the company and the employee. Excellent leadership with executives that speak honestly and from the heart. This company is tnclimbing a hill few are willing to start.
Senior Global Sales Director (Former Employee) – Radnor, PA – May 10, 2017
Veeva's culture focuses on customer success, employee success and speed. Every decision or policy is filtered through this lens. Veeva's technology is unmatched and delivered like clockwork with 3 updates a year. Financially stable and growing. Great place to work.
Data Steward (Former Employee) – 220 Commerce Drive, Fort Washington, PA 19034 – February 25, 2015
A typical day could involve using an online storage database to ensure that doctor's information such as names, addresses, phone numbers, licenses etc. were up to date and calling such locations when needed. In performing this job, learned how to sift through large collections of information quickly and efficiently to collect specific pieces of data. To make sure that everything would go smoothly, there were multiple supervisors constantly moving about in the event anyone had questions or issues that needed to be resolved. My coworkers and I were able to help each other at times when some pieces of information may have been questionable and that helped make the job smoother and faster. The most enjoyable part of the job was that I was able to listen to music in a manner not distracting but noticeable enough to make an otherwise very monotonous job seem very quick on a day-to-day basis.