Love the type of work; hate the politics, backstabbing and company's lack of loyalty to long-term staff. Treated like a number, rather than a human being. Do more with less people has been the theme for the past several years. They let go of the folks who have built up their knowledge of the company, who have reached a salary at the top of their band, who are aging or are too "inconvenient" (by offering a package or forcing them out by making false claims or making the work environment hopeless and toxic).
Shittiest management I have ever been associated with. The executive director comes from primary care and wants to control everything.
No decisions made by the people under him, look how that has worked out, control freaks usually fail.
Trust the people you hired to do the job!
Horrible culture in the CV division being run by an egomaniac. Worst culture i have ever been a part of. Yeah Repatha has been slow, management still wants to force a high price on managed care instead of negotiating.
Downsizing is constant. Backstabbing culture. This is encouraged among fellow reps and of managers to their reps. Barely existent bosses or opposite, micro-managers who will wipe multiple reps out in a year to take the fall for their poor management decisions and virtually non-existent Managed care contracts. Hired too many reps to "fix" it just to answer to wall street and downsize by at least 1/4. Some with only three weeks of experience. The ones who know how to do the job get let go or leave of their own volition to be happier. Worse company ever at launching new drugs! Antiquated thought processes in today's environment. Metrics of A,B, and C targets is ridiculous for a biologic. CIA is killing ability to do anything helpful at fear of being fired. Absolutely miserable. Can't wait to get out!