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26 days ago

Chargeback Analyst

ConvaTec Inc. Somerville, NJ

· Collaborate with assigned distributors to communicate ConvaTec's discrepancy responses and minimize financial deductions and disputes · Update… Glassdoor


25 days ago

Business Analyst - Channel and Distribution

ConvaTec Inc. Somerville, NJ

The Business Analyst position is instrumental in providing overall analytical support on contract proposals and administering the calculation and… Glassdoor


ConvaTec Reviews

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Ken Berger
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    Imploding from the inside

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    Current Employee - Territory Manager  in  Skillman, NJ
    Current Employee - Territory Manager in Skillman, NJ

    I have been working at ConvaTec full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    In spite of the scenario currently taking place in the U.S. market due to our CEO + team's ineptitude, the ability to establish long term consumer relationships remains. These come in particularly handy when one realizes that ConvaTec is on its way out.

    Cons

    -Outdated sales analysis programs
    -Micromanagement to the hilt (Imagine "Office Space" in which the lead character has to submit mulitple spreadsheets to multiple layers of management none of whom communicate with the other)
    -Management has no grasp of what occurs in the field on a daily basis but yet are quick to blame their reps for issues that stem from their inability to provide the resources necessary to compete in a commodity based market. The good TMs that haven't fled in fear are thrown away with no regard for their past sales performance. People are disposable to them

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Start investing in your people as opposed to throwing them away. It costs far less to retain and develop competent employees than it does to repeatedly engage the hiring process. You've earned yourself an unsavory reputation among recruiters, customers, and competitors and it's in your best interest to try to reverse this process unless your objective is to obliterate ConvaTec

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO