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Sales Representative

PDI Seattle, WA

PDI was the first contract sales organization that provides insight-driven multi-channel messaging for established and emerging health care… Glassdoor

30 days ago

Oncology Regional Account Manager

PDI Seattle, WA

The Oncology Regional Account Manager (ORAM) will play an essential role in the development and support of Sandoz Biopharm’s Managed Markets… Glassdoor

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PDI CEO and Director Nancy Lurker
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    Unstable, No Growth Opportunity, Low Paying

    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at PDI full-time (less than an year)


    * A great stepping stone for something else.
    * The company usually closes down between Christmas and New Years Day


    * The company is as unstable as its stock market price. This creates a lot of high stress situations that quickly trickles down to all layers of the company.
    * Poor salaries unless you are an executive. Then your salary is on par with any Fortune 500 company. Even on the rare chance that you are promoted, your salary will only go up by 5-7%.
    * A very chaotic environment where impulsive decisions are made constantly by senior leadership. This causes priorities to shift on a daily basis and excessive meetings. On some days its impossible to get work done because of this.
    * Very top heavy and political in a way rivals any large company. The CEO is known throughout the industry for hiring very poor leadership.
    * Style is always valued over substance. Any significant accomplishment you make is either forgotten, completely unrecognized or stolen by upper management.
    * The financial future of the company is extremely grim.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Instead of investing in frivolous attempts to improve the culture, try paying your employees more. Also, try supporting the people you are managing rather than blaming them for your own mistakes and shortcomings. Managers should support their teams, not use them as scapegoats.

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