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
Sr. Purification Associate (Former Employee), Emeryville, CA – November 20, 2013
Made sure all Batch Production Records, buffers, componets were ready for the start of the process on a daily basis. Made sure all steps and procedures were followed according to the SOP's from the beginning of the process until the end of the process.
product demonstrator (Current Employee), Chennai, TN – November 15, 2013
Pros: liberal team
its a very good company and wonderfull culture.i learned lot of thinks from my company how to keep the timing and actually i m doing a marketing work. In our company follows a one of best rule that is helmet.they given the company helmets to all employers.till we should follow that rule.Then my co-workers are very talented and we doing team work.i dont – more... feel any hardest part of my job.we doing some activities in hospitals like presentation programs conference these are all the enjoyable part of the job. – less