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30+ days ago

ARMD IVRT Scientist >>

G & W Laboratories South Plainfield, NJ

About US: G & W Laboratories began manufacturing pharmaceuticals in 1919 and has been providing quality products and service ever since. Specializing… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

ARMD Associate Scientist >>

G & W Laboratories South Plainfield, NJ

About US: G & W Laboratories began manufacturing pharmaceuticals in 1919 and has been providing quality products and service ever since. Specializing… Glassdoor


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    Poor management and negative moral of company.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  South Plainfield, NJ
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in South Plainfield, NJ

    I worked at G & W Laboratories full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Compensation was "OK" at best, friendly mid-level staff, close to restaurants and town, fairly easy highway commute.

    Cons

    To many upper level executives. for roughly 200+ employees there is a CEO, CFO, CIO, CSO, COO, CCO, 5-10 VP's 5-10 Directors, multiple Managers. Executives sometimes seem to be on power trips, and some may be under qualified for their role. There is constant moving around of employees, 2-4 share a small office almost standard, health benefits are not very good, owners seem to rely very heavily on executive team and pay little attention to staff, expected to work longer hours, departments seem to be over budget at all times, you have the feeling that you are disposable whenever they feel like releasing you (read the paperwork you sign) Chemists are under supplied, company spends more time and money worrying about how they look and growth rather than fixing and strengthening what they have. buildings are old, dirty and unhealthy air circulation, no cleaning crew. (except for manufacturing and packaging of course)

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    To ownership, what you hear from your reports may not always be the truth. Speak to the mid & lower level employees and turn some stones over. Upper management, allow your staff to do what you hired them to do, don't micro manage. Mid Level, stay on your toes and speak up. Fund the areas that need funding, Chemists, Labs, etc.

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