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Vice President, Global Head Scientific Affairs Base Generics

Mylan Morgantown, WV

Diversify and expand the R D Platform for long-term growth Leverage platforms to capture generic opportunities across multiple geographies, improve… Ivy Exec

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VP Regulatory Affairs Policy & Intelligence

Mylan Morgantown, WV

) in collaboration with multiple partners and subject matter experts within Mylan.Provide analysis of new regulatory guidances/laws and impact… Ivy Exec

15 days ago

Vice President, North America Security Operations

Mylan Morgantown, WV

, including overseeing the business continuity function as defined by the Global Security Department s Business Continuity Management function… Ivy Exec

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    Current Employee - Union Manufacturing  in  Morgantown, WV
    Current Employee - Union Manufacturing in Morgantown, WV

    I have been working at Mylan Inc full-time for more than a year


    Pay and benefits are above average and most days the job is relatively easy even in one of the more difficult departments that I am in. I get paid more than many of the company employees such as chemists, etc. Especially, when overtime is factored in. There is certainly no reason to complain when people are outside digging ditches for much less. That doesn't stop people here from complaining though.


    A lot of politics are involved in this job ever since the company went global and Puskar passed away. The treatment of employees has most certainly went down. The regulations being imposed by the company (the FDA is actually less stringent) have increased by a great margin. Most of the regulations are senseless and only in place to justify the jobs of the quality workers that enforce them. You also receive very little respect when wearing a union uniform and are treated as if you're a second class citizen at times, despite that fact that many in the union hold advanced degrees higher than the people managing them. It can definitely be discouraging at times. In the companies defense, many union employees are lazy and worthless and are most likely the reason we have come to be treated this way.

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    Keep watching your employee's closely and treat those that actually do their job with respect and leave the degradation to the union employee's that do not. Communicate more efficiently and hire from within so future supervisor's and management employees aren't just guessing at how to run the company and actually have a background of what's involved.

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