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30+ days ago

Principal Fellow Pharmacology

Sandoz Princeton, NJ

Representation of global line function (GLF) on cross-functional Global Project Team; he/she is the core member of the GPT and takes the leadership… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Head, Oncology Medical Affairs

Sandoz Princeton, NJ

Job PurposeEffectively and ethically develop and direct the implementation of the medical affairs strategy for Sandoz s oncology biologics portfolio… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Associate Director Marketing

Sandoz Princeton, NJ

This position will be responsible for driving the performance of the allocated portfolio of ~$ 250 million, by identifying and executing on growth… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Associate Director Reimbursement

Sandoz Princeton, NJ

will include managing the daily activity of the field reimbursement team and provide them with the support and resources needed. He or she will also… Ivy Exec

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    Brutal work environment and culture

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    Current Employee - Director in Princeton, NJ
    Current Employee - Director in Princeton, NJ

    I have been working at Sandoz full-time (more than 3 years)


    Great benefits (part of Novartis)
    Many bright and talented coworkers
    Mission of the business (access to affordable medicine)


    Expectation that work is your life (work all day, night, last minute demands on weekends)
    People treated like 'assets' to make money
    Sales/money is the only priority, and is reinforced over and over again by the President (PG)
    Short-term focus (week to week) at expense of the future
    Insane bureaucracy and micromanagement. Exec Committee (specifically President) is the only one who can make a decision. Zero empowerment.
    Fear culture..big time! Criticize-first mentality, which drives a lack of risk taking (stagnancy)
    Have not talked with one person who is not looking for another job...even those who have been around less than one year (check the other comments here to confirm!)
    President is a one-trick pony with his dictatorial style, and it's not working with the US culture.
    Exec Committee is also afraid of speaking up to President.
    Sales team not given any time to cultivate customers. Make numbers quickly or you're gone.
    High turnover, especially with Exec Committee. Seems like we have a whole new crew every year. No stability. New ones come in. President tells them to change everything. Creates chaos and fear.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If you have hired so much 'upgraded talent', let them do their jobs! Get some EQ training for the President...he has no self-awareness. If you claim to be a company with a focus on 'wellness', maybe start thinking about the wellness of your are churning and burning them!

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