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).
Upper management is run by men who can’t improve the increasingly toxic environment. It’s a good ole white boy network with an almost all white sales force. Managers need 360 evaluations. Could become an HR nightmare.
My oncology manager at Astrazeneca. This person's behaviors have created a sense of distrust within the team, yet this manager thinks they command a high level of emotional intelligence. People are afraid to say otherwise.
Ashfield laid off 300 contract reps 2 weeks before Christmas
Contract was supposed to last until June 2018
Bi parent company
Bag job for replacements ...€absolutely no loyalty with any of these companies it’s all who you know
Company is good but it's management is not. Nepotism everywhere at all management level. Similar to a mafia where the friends have the top position. Even fired employee has connection throughout the suppliers.