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2 years ago
I’m in the final round for the Life Science Capabilities and Insights Analyst role at McKinsey. Can someone provide deeper insight on what this role entails. Is this client facing? What is the usual base salary? I’m a current Scientist at AstraZeneca. Thanks!
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6 days ago
I recently applied for a position at AstraZeneca. Nothing happened in first 3 months. I did not hear back anything from them. My application status was "application received" until last week. I checked the workday system and I saw my application is "inactive" and "No longer in consideration". They even did not send any notification about the application. They are really terrible company. They say they have values but they do not respect people. It is controversial!
8 days ago
Georgia State University
I have around 1.5 yrs of Medical domain (MRI, fMRI, mammographic )exp in applying ML/DL to it, anyone willing to refer me? (4 GPA, 4 internships, Won 2 hackathons) @gehealth Amgen Johnson & Johnson AstraZeneca Biogen Pfizer Eli Lilly and Company Gilead Sciences Gilead Sciences, Inc Takeda Takeda Oncology Novartis healthcare Thanks
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- "Benefits are good and if manager is behind you then it’s ok" (in 541 reviews)
- "Good work life balance and inclusivity" (in 431 reviews)
- "Money and people are great" (in 392 reviews)
- "There is a great culture in Canada and globally we have an exciting pipeline of products that is coming" (in 221 reviews)
- "Salary is good and competive" (in 182 reviews)
- "Direct line management was poor in some cases." (in 166 reviews)
- "This leaves lots of employees adrift while the ones lucky enough to have a good manager thrive." (in 104 reviews)
- "Leadership is poor and not direct." (in 70 reviews)
- "slow career progression for entry level employee" (in 38 reviews)
- "Unfair and Biased upper management" (in 36 reviews)
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- 5.028 Jan 2022Raw Materials PlannerCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsGaithersburg, MD
The leadership is developing a creative innovative culture which is focused on growth and advancement.
DOES NOT SUPPORT WORKING FROM HOME1
- 5.018 Jul 2021Pharmaceutical Manufacturing TechnicianCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearFrederick, MD
Salary, benefits, tuition reimbursement, company culture... it's all fantastic.
I can't think of any. Truly a great place to work. Strong corporate culture so if you can't stomach that then be prepared to look elsewhere.
- 4.09 Feb 2021Pharmacovigilance OfficerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearBengaluru
You get to work on wide range of activities ranging from health authority queries to signal management to aggregate reports The management is broad minded and in most cases the culture is a reflection of Sweden/UK where the company is based out of They value your inputs and invest well in training and team based activities. Patient safety is one among its five core values and all your work is patient centric.
The tools they use are outdated. Due to this the burden shifts to the employee to manually manage things on their own. Whether it's project management or data analysis, you have to manage yourself. Not adequate parking facility for the cars in the building where the office is based out of. Due to this they actively encourage carpooling. No cab facility for employees. This will add to the soft costs (travel expenditure). However for levels E and above there is car lease facility.5
- 5.031 Jul 2018Principal Statistical ProgrammerCurrent Employee, more than 5 years
This is my 4th pharma company I am working with I can say hands down the best decision that I had made. There is Great culture when it comes to working with amazing people and it truly embodies the word Opportunity and Growth. Always strive to make work/life balance better by finding innovative and dynamic ways to work.
Not much negative I have seen in the 4.5 years I have been here.2
- 4.03 May 2019Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
There is a great culture in Canada and globally we have an exciting pipeline of products that is coming
Work life balance can be difficult as there is much to do to bring these medicines to market
- 5.023 Aug 2021Global Talent Acquisition LeaderCurrent EmployeeCambridge, England
A dynamic and non hierarchical company with an expectation for excellence and quality that drives a competitive but also collaborative culture. Gives great development opportunities. Strong values and good leadership communication
Not overly flexible on work location, office based is expectation majority of time. Lean teams, high workload.
- 4.029 Jul 2019Medical RepresentativeCurrent Employee, more than 1 year
Everyone at Astrazeneca is lovely, there is a lot of support there, great benefits such as buying holidays, an online doctor and private healthcare which has helped. They have a great company culture and everyone from the UK country president to senior managers are really lovely to talk to
There has been a restructure every year since I started, you really need to champion your own development and speak up if you want to grow.1
- 1.022 Jan 2018Biotech Sales SpecialistFormer Employee, more than 1 year
Synagis working environment and customers. Co-Workers. MedImmune culture in the beginning was amazing but then AZ took over and changed everything.
Worried about job security every 6 months. Upper management basically deleted MedImmune. The employees left working on Synagis don't have much support and impossible to work the amount of business in the territory. Morale is low.1
- 3.030 Apr 2021AnalystFormer Employee, less than 1 yearBangalore Rural
Good working culture and more work now a days Good working culture and more work now a days
HR is working for name sake and not considering the points provided by an employee. Thats the reason employees getting exit in large
- 1.03 Feb 2021DirectorCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsCambridge, England
Pay and benefits can be good, but you may be paid much less that your peers depending on a number of factors outside of your control. Favouritism is rife.
Very little evidence of leaders living the regularly pushed AZ values. Toxic culture where you are not safe to have a view that’s different from your leader.12