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Discussion in 'Pfizer' started by Anonymous, Sep 21, 2011 at 7:37 AM.
No names please. Just characteristics. Let's start with lying...
They all lie.
Those who call at the last minute to ride with me.
Special Note. Equally as sucky is the teammate who caused it by cancelling out when her "child is sick" with his one millionth case of "that thing that is going around".
When she falls in love with our hot rep and treats him "oh so special".
One brandishing a rainbow lapel pin named "Deep Throat"
drinking too much at dinner meetings and wearing clothes that are too small for her-have some class please
LMAO! You have that rep on your team too???
That is tame! How about a boss that will conveniently through you under the bus to cover up his /hers fuckup to your valued customer. How about getting an "Atta Boy" instead of proper recognition.How about sales coaching actually being verbal abuse, and being managed under fear.
DMs who bury farts in your cloth seats and think it doesn't perfuse when they get out of the car, or DMs who forget about the leather seat upgrades and you both get immediate feedback and act like nothing's happened.
No radio dM field days.
You have no idea what abuse is, fart in the car? Really? No radio? I think I can live with that.
Any manager that has a Pfizer name tag.
Young and inexperienced!
Less than than 5 years of field experience in only one easy territory.
They have to learn at the expense of the reps working under them that not every territory is just like their's was.
And everyone doesn't sell by being a cheerleader and shaking more than hands!
Most (not all) Pfizer DM are douches and we and they know it. They go there by clobbering their friends, kissing up to managers, being a militant know it all, and when they get reach DM-land they can't wait to make themselves look good at all costs, including throwing other mgrs under the bus. Salary wasters.
Yes. That's abuse. Salad Tosser.
When they want to spend the whole day from 8 - 5. Damn that's a long day!
small cox and beards with salmon breath
Have numerous meaningless spreadsheets that they want you to use.
Don't respect the doctor's time when they ride with you.
Love the "flavor of the month projects" that they get from other districts and NY. Immediately implement them, then drop them when the next "flavor of the month" comes out.
Use the same tired phrases and acronyms that are popular in the company over and over.
Spew the company lies with no guilt.
Don't stand behind their people. Ready to throw anyone under the bus to save their own sorry behinds.