Amicus Therapeutics

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It was very educational.

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Former Employee - Intern  in  Cranbury, NJ
Former Employee - Intern in Cranbury, NJ

Pros

It is very easy to ask questions and learn. Employees are very nice and willing to go out of their way to teach newcomers the reigns.

Cons

It is a small company, so it could be a bit difficult to try to see what to do next.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

The management at Amicus Therapeutics have been very competent and professional with interns and employees. It is very comfortable to work with them.

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Other reviews for Amicus Therapeutics

  1.  

    Great experience- learn by fumbling. Management totally incompetent

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    Current Employee - Clinical Operations  in  Cranbury, NJ
    Current Employee - Clinical Operations in Cranbury, NJ

    Pros

    Team work & support among the lower level employees

    Cons

    Watch your back. Too much politics. Self-interest rules the day

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay close attention to your worker bees!

    Doesn't Recommend
    Approves of CEO
  2.  

    A great intro to small pharma research

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    Former Employee - Co-Op  in  Cranbury, NJ
    Former Employee - Co-Op in Cranbury, NJ

    Pros

    Scientific management is very knowledgeable and willing to give more responsibility to student interns than many other companies, once the intern has proven him or herself. This results in increasing opportunities to learn about research at the industrial level, and provides students with a very different perspective than that gained from experience in an academic lab.

    Cons

    Because they are a small, non-revenue generating operation, the hourly wage for internships is not as high as larger, more established, and more profitable companies, however as a student intern the opportunity to do research is worth accepting a slightly lower wage.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Keep the internship program going!! and hire more of your interns from Rutgers, they do better work than their counterparts from Drexel :)

    Recommends
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