Sandoz – Seraing
Assurer avec son équipe, en optimisant les moyens alloués et en mettant en œuvre la stratégie marketing, le développement des ventes et des parts de… experteer.com
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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Sandoz full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
There are some people who are very nice and try to be helpful. The Princeton headquarters is new.Cons
Workforce is too lean. Too much work and very little understanding from management. Most people do not have a work-life balance.
It is a competitive environment to the point where people throw you under the bus regularly to save themselves and appear to contribute more than they actually do.
A select few are favored and allowed to come to work late and leave early on a regular basis. Some are disengaged and work on their own schedule which differs from regular working hours. They tend to want people to respond to them quickly, but rarely respond to others.
Directors and Associate Directors micromanage to the point where it stifles creativity and innovation.
Procedures are not consistent between departments and the people within the same department work against each other.
People make changes that are not communicated throughout the group or agreed on, then demand that everyone comply.
The environment is negative and many employees do not feel valued.
The pay is on the low end for some positions, but still within range.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Reward the people who are actually doing the work. If saving money is really the goal, review middle and upper management and eliminate the ones who are riding the backs of others.
There are too many layers of management.
Stop micromanaging.Doesn't RecommendPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO