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Informatics is a mess, Wake up Forest - Corruption

IT INF (Current Employee) New York, NY

ProsGood benefits
Work Life benefits
Some smart innovative people

ConsUnrealistic expectations, Infrastructure expects you to Work 24/7
Lots of Nepotism - family, past colleagues and friends get it all, esp. in Informatics
Little career growth, most senior exec roles go to outside because there is no leadership development
CIO and his executive team lack integrity

Advice to Senior ManagementThe problem is the CIO and his SVP, VPs .
Never meet with IT staff and I am in IT supervisory role.
A lot of IT jobs going offshore and the senior IT leaders CIO, VPs orchestrate this for personal purposes

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Ok place to work

    Chemist (Former Employee) Cincinnati, OH

    I worked at Forest Labs


    Pros: small company decent salary decent benefits good bonus and stock options Cons: no advancement no recognition poor work life balance Advice to Senior Management: Don't forget about the lab staff More
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    Just OK

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee) Commack, NY

    I have been working at Forest Labs


    Pros: Growing organization means opportunities to stay longer - and hope to… Cons: Disjoint and immature processes - no top-down approaches in many areas.… Advice to Senior Management: Appoint a new CIO and a CISO More
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