Boehringer Ingelheim Employee Reviews
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Boehringer has really grown me in the sense of massive exposure to the day to day workings of a large, multi-national entity. Management is very understanding and the culture here is very accepting and open. Hardest part of the job is month-end reporting deadlines and the enjoyable part of the job is meeting project expectations.
The disconnect between us in SA and our colleagues in Germany.
Perusahaan Besar yang patut di perhitungkan, suasana kerja yang nyaman, kekeluargaan dengan semboyan "Growing Together" jadi Kita akan merasa lebih nyaman, Saya sangat merekomendasikan
Semua fasilitas PMA akan anda dapatkan di sini
BI was not an ideal place to work. I never knew exactly what was going on or how to handle every situation. I did not receive great training & ultimately left because of this. Upon my leave my personal items were held by management and I still didn’t get everything returned. They are not nice people to work with/for.
Manage your time daily to get results.Learned SAP and data migration.Flexible work place.Diverse culture.Hardest part is constant management changes.Most enjoyable is flexibility, great technology and applications, and independence to perform your job expectations to the fullest.
benefits and bonuses
some L4 & lower managers not ideal candidates
I worked here for merely two months as a contractor, with claims that I would likely be hired on fulltime at the end of my contract. I was laid off due to Covid-19I was a filling technician whose job could vary wildly day to day. Mostly, I would be decapping eggs to harvest embryos and cleaning up the lab after work was done. On days with little work, I would be sent to other labs/departments to help out.I never really felt like I understood what was happening on a macroscale, and few folks would go out of their way to explain. This made the work I was doing feel mostly worthless.You never knew what time you were going to get off of work, so you could get off at noon or 7PM. It felt poorly planned on the side of management.Managers were distant at best, with them usually being rude most of the time. They never really seemed concerned for my well-being. Other workers clearly had issues with managers breathing down their necks and generally slowing the whole process down.Pay was pretty weak, at 15 dollars for a position that strongly preferred a four year degree in the sciences. Since hours were inconsistent, you could end the week with ~30 hours, yielding little money.There's a reason they're always hiring, and why most fulltime folks are older.
Free lunches, days go by fast, some decent folks
Unknown work end times, disorganized training and chain of command, poor communication, mean management
Working at BI was an overall good experience. During my time there the company went through a number of downsizings after a long history of practically no downsizings. Great PTO policy and company offered a pension and 401k at the time. Culture changed during my decade there, but company was still a leader in pulmonary and cardiology until a couple of disastrous launches of what was supposed to be “ game-changing” medications. Marketing was definitely a weak point and management drank the kool-aid and the sales force was blamed for poor launches. Other than that there are definitely worse pharma companies to work for. Company did support a fair work-life balance
Work-life balance, PTO policy, pension
Management and marketing out of touch with sales force
Cuidado porque para la contratación tienen un outsoucing muy amafiado es manpower y te exigirán durante un año el máximo con promesas de darte la planta, si tienes trabajo estable piénsalo 2 veces antes de decidirte por Boeringer son muy elitistas.
En un inicio no te dan nada
Suerte y caerles muy bien, de todo te criticaran
Great place to work whether you want to be a career representative or advance into management. Great culture, collaborative working environment, work life balance is a challenge. Strong pipeline
Always Ways to learn if you were proactive
Work life balance