Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Regina, SK – June 7, 2013
Pros: great people and perks
Cons: very little work load
A typical day at work included data entry, assisting where needing and covering reception (once a week). I worked with some very nice people, who made everyday fun. The hardest part of my job was the fact that I didn't have much work to do, my work was project based but my manager didn't always get me a project to do right away. The most enjoyable was – more... the community of people there, the company treated everyone well, including fishing trips, golfing days, bbqs and other team building activities.
The first year at Bayer I was in a different department where I was busier, it included maintaining customer data bases where it be updating information, adding a new customer or deleting a customer. I set up pricing for products, as well as tracked reports and assisted the Customer Service Reps with projects. – less
Productive and a place with equal opportunities for performers
MANAGER BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT (Former Employee), Thane, Maharashtra – February 27, 2014
Pros: fantastic managemnt & great brand value of the company
Day would start with a brief meeting with the team discussing all pending issues. Followed by some calls to the clients for potential business. Step out for meetings with clients. Followed by taking the days work status from the team.
Learnt a lot in this organization. With no Medical background, managed to learn everything about the field. Learnt – more... the various aspects of sales. B2B, Business to direct customers, Channel Sales, making reports, Team management, international market exposure
The management was extremely earful in listening to new ideas and implementing them. Freedom to take our decisions and also they would bail us out if any mistakes
Co workers were brilliant in helping carry out a sales consignment. they helped in every way to make the sales comfortable to the client
Hardest part was making a forecasting for this product. As the companies would make last minute enquiries the forecasting would at times get difficult.
Travelling and meeting new clients, new assignments, looking out for new routes and strategies to cater to the new channel opened. Getting to know international markets. Different corporates having different needs and how could your company and products fit into their requirements was the most enjoyable part – less
Production Technician (Former Employee), Baytown, TX – February 19, 2014
Pros: the salary & benefits & training.
Cons: sometimes i had to work on christmas.
I Retired from Bayer (Baytown, Tx.) after 28 yrs of service. I'll treasure the memories for the rest of my life. Now, that I've gone out into the world. And decided to go back into the workforce. I'm finding out, that Bayer truly sheltered me from the ways of the world. They put so much into training all of us. And I wasn't just a number on a badge. – more... I was a person that had a name. And the majority of the people knew that name. The compassion and the caring that Bayer gave me and my family will never be forgotten. I Miss my co-workers and I miss Bayer. They are without a doubt, the Best company to work for. Long Live Speedy! – less