Great pharmaceutical company with wonderful benefits!
Associate Territory Business Manager (Former Employee), New Orleans, LA – February 17, 2014
Pros: excellent mangers and co-workers!
Cons: i left to stay home with children.
I enjoyed working for Bristol-Myers Squibb! I decided to take a step down to stay home with my children and would very much like to get back in the pharmaceutical industry today! I won many awards and really enjoyed focusing on my customer's needs and how to present my products in the best scientific way I could to show them the benefits these products – more... could play in their patients lives! – less
QC Senior Associate (Current Employee), Devens, MA – February 12, 2014
Pros: pay, benefits, perks
Cons: rotating shifts/ weekend shift work common
Bristol-Myers Squibb is a great place to work. They have a great work-culture, a decent job/life balance, and great benefits. The culture is very positive and I enjoy working with the people there. It is a very collaborative environment.
Senior District Business Manager (Former Employee), Iowa City, IA – January 21, 2014
BMS provided a great opportunity to develop skills and reach personal career goals. Expectations are high and performance is expected. Management provided a healthy opportunity to provide feedback and share best practices.
Senior Diabetes Sales Specialist (Current Employee), Bay Shore, NY – December 27, 2013
Pros: helping patients, accountable for sales results, building relationships with key customers.
Cons: excessive administrative tasks, increasing competition, managed care landscape is always changing.
Bristol Myers Squibb is a wonderful company that treats there employees with respect and creates an atmosphere that is conducive to learning and working up the ladder of success. I have learned a lot and enhanced my disease state knowledge significantly since i started on the job. BMS holds you accountable for your own sales results and gives you the – more... tools you need to succeed. The most enjoyable part of the job is catering to your customers needs and ultimately bringing innovative solutions to patients with serious disease. – less