- 5.0May 18, 2023
Great place to workSr. Administrative AssistantCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearBothell, WA
As an employee of Seagen, I can confidently say that this is a company that truly values its employees and is committed to making a difference in the lives of patients. The work environment is collaborative, innovative, and supportive, with a real focus on teamwork and achieving shared goals. The leadership team is accessible, transparent, and genuinely cares about the well-being of their employees. The company culture is one of continuous learning and growth, with ample opportunities for professional development and career advancement. Overall, I feel fortunate to work for Seagen and am proud to be part of a team that is making a meaningful impact in the fight against cancer.
One of the potential cons is the pending acquisition by Pfizer. While this acquisition presents opportunities for growth and expansion, it also brings a level of uncertainty and potential disruption to the company culture and operations. The acquisition process may lead to changes in leadership, organizational structure, and company direction, which can create some discomfort and uncertainty for employees. Additionally, the acquisition may result in changes to the company's compensation and benefits packages, which could impact employee morale. While the acquisition is not necessarily a negative thing, the potential for disruption and uncertainty is something that employees should be aware of.3
- 5.0Sep 27, 2023Associate Director QualityCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearBothell, WA
Nice people, nice processes and systems, good variability in day to day activities
Small/Mid size pharma culture will disappear with Pfizer acquisition
- 4.0Oct 3, 2023Research Associate IIIFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsBothell, WA
Company has a good quality culture, encourages scientific engagement, budget typically not a limiting factor for lab work.
Group culture does not always reflect corporate culture, but group culture is what will define your day-to-day experience. You may simultaneously receive regular messaging from executives about how wonderful the work-life balance is, while having a director who sees no problem with over-working and under-appreciating their employees. The lab next door may prioritize professional development and promotions far more than your lab. Everything depends on your group leadership.