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13 days ago

Mgr Technical Accounting

Sanofi U.S. Bridgewater, NJ

Sanofi, an integrated global healthcare leader, discovers, develops and distributes therapeutic solutions focused on patients’ needs. Sanofi has core… Sanofi U.S.

11 days ago

Dir Diabetes Market Development

Sanofi U.S. Bridgewater, NJ

• Oversee Sanofi Diabetes customer facing platforms across the Diabetes Portfolio of conventions, KOL management, Sanofi Diabetes Speaker Academy and… Sanofi U.S.

18 days ago

IL4 Clinical Leader

Sanofi U.S. Bridgewater, NJ

Sanofi, an integrated global healthcare leader, discovers, develops and distributes therapeutic solutions focused on patients’ needs. Sanofi has core… Sanofi U.S.

15 days ago

Sr Manager R&D Transparency Ops

Sanofi U.S. Bridgewater, NJ

- Assist as the liaison between the Transparency CoE and R&D - Maintain strong relationships with R&D departments to develop a solid understanding of… Sanofi U.S.

4 days ago

RML \ Sr RML (MSL) Diabetes NJ

Sanofi U.S. Bridgewater, NJ

The Regional Medical Liaison (RML) provides comprehensive medical and scientific information in connection with Sanofi products § Ensure that all… Sanofi U.S.

3 days ago

Director Relationship Marketing – new

Sanofi U.S. Bridgewater, NJ

This role reports to the Senior Director of Digital Intelligence and Connected Marketing and will lead and develop the overall Relationship Marketing… Sanofi U.S.

15 days ago

Clinical Operations Planning Manager

Sanofi U.S. Bridgewater, NJ

Elaborate the operational plan and ensure its accuracy in accordance with the Global Planning and CSO services, in coordination with CSO project… Sanofi U.S.

7 days ago

Director ASO Affiliate Safety Officer

Sanofi U.S. Bridgewater, NJ

include the adaptation of the Global Risk Management Plan (RMP) to local specificities for products submitted for U.S… Sanofi U.S.

23 days ago

AVP Gen Meds Field Force

Sanofi U.S. Bridgewater, NJ

The Associate Vice President Strategy and Operations, General Medicines supports the VP of General Medicines Sales. This role is responsible for… Sanofi U.S.

10 days ago

Brand Head Rheumatoid Arthritis

Sanofi U.S. Bridgewater, NJ

The Head of US sarilumab Team is directly responsible for leading the launch and commercial strategy of sarilumab {Sarilumab is a fully human… Sanofi U.S.

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    Former Employee - R&D IT Systems Analyst in Bridgewater, NJ
    Former Employee - R&D IT Systems Analyst in Bridgewater, NJ

    I worked at Sanofi U.S. full-time (more than 10 years)


    Despite reducing many benefits over the past 10 years, the benefits are still pretty decent. One of the nicest additions is the flexibility to work from home 1-2 days a week (at your manager's discretion). Working for the right organization and the right manager can be quite rewarding. If you want to get paid well for doing very little work, you can blend in with most of your colleagues.


    Compensation is restricted to the range for your level so eventually you will see little increase unless you move into management. Most decisions originate from the top in France and everyone below must follow. The culture is extremely cautious where everyone is afraid to make decisions, take risks, and question the direction of the leaders. There is very little empowerment at the base where the real decisions should be made. Insert all the other typical cons of a big business (ultra bureaucracy, inability to make an impact, hidden agendas, self-preservation,

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    Assess the skills that people are strong with and mentor/train them in skills/roles they wish to develop. Stop focusing on developing the skills they are weakest in (aside from communication). Develop a culture where risk takers are rewarded and only punish failures if they are due to very poor decisions and lack of communication. Improve workflows. Start with the workers at the bottom to identify opportunities for improvement and participate with empowered, expert business analysts. Focus on more agile, continuous feedback processes. Allow people to advance in levels without having to give up what they are good (e.g. technical skills) and become something they are not good at (viz. managers).

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