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30+ days ago

Web Application Developer

The Harvard Drug Group Livonia, MI

Works with other developers and project managers when assigned to solve new and existing technical challenges. Manages development projects from…

30+ days ago

Director, Supplier Relations

The Harvard Drug Group Livonia, MI

Responsible for collecting, handling and analyzing confidential and highly sensitive business and market data. Identifies and negotiates access to…

30+ days ago

Marketing Program Manager

The Harvard Drug Group Livonia, MI

Develops and implements marketing plans for each market segment to support the product life cycle…

30+ days ago

Customer Care Specialist

The Harvard Drug Group Livonia, MI

• Maintain comprehensive customer profile information, such as DEA Know your Customer due diligence… Glassdoor

16 hrs ago

Regulatory Coordinator (Part-Time) – new

The Harvard Drug Group Livonia, MI

• Processes all C2s as required for customer orders, including but not limited to: identifying customer account number(s); invoicing; monitoring and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Director, Inside Sales

The Harvard Drug Group Livonia, MI

Reporting to the Senior Director, Sales & Marketing (Retail), the Director, Inside Sales provides direction and coaching to the Inside Sales team… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Inside Sales Representative

The Harvard Drug Group Livonia, MI

• Conducting outbound sales calls to targeted groups of customers with the objective(s) of new account acquisition; existing account expansion; and… Glassdoor

3 days ago

Corporate Recruiter

The Harvard Drug Group Livonia, MI

Under general supervision of the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), the Corporate Recruiter will provide professional support for all organizational… Glassdoor

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    Former Employee - Account Sales Manager  in  Livonia, MI
    Former Employee - Account Sales Manager in Livonia, MI

    I worked at The Harvard Drug Group full-time for less than a year


    Your peers are all really nice and more than willing to help out with whatever because they all know the managers can't help because they lack the knowledge to help.


    Terrible company all around. Not one person in sales- besides managers and higher ups like their job (they like it because they do nothing) no exaggeration. Managers have no clue what they're doing. Almost to the point where it's sad how little they actually know. The only real help you will receive is from your peers. The pay is awful which they know and don't care. It's a stepping stone into the pharma industry so they think they can pay nothing and get away with it. Pricing is terrible which obviously makes it hard to sell product. The commission is paid off of gross profit and NOT revenue. You can sell $50,000 plus in a month and make less than $100 commission ($50,000 in sales is a pretty solid month for someone in their first year which is all anyone ever lasts-if that). They hire managers from the outside. The managers have never sold for Harvard so they have no idea what it's like or how to help you (again you will rely on your peers for everything). One real high up has no pharma experience and came from the lawn care industry? Ha. Which explains why he knows nothing and brings nothing to the table. Turnover is over 50%. They know this and don't care or try to fix any of these problems. The place is a joke. Not trying to bash the company because I'm sour or left on bad terms, I just want people to know what they're actually getting in to.

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    Ha. They know what needs to be done. None of them care

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