Lilly is the best company in the world. The most ethical environment. Lilly offers continuous training and education.
Pharmaceutical Sales Representative (Former Employee), New Orleans, Franklinton, Covington areas in La – October 29, 2013
Pros: excellent environment and compensation.
Cons: i can't think of one.
I had to learn about my products and a continuous basis. Sales training was extensive and impressive. My coworkers were the best people I have ever met. I enjoy sales and the challenge of it. I liked calling on doctors and would have done that forever if I had not quit to rear my children. Benefits were great with large bonuses. The challenge of getting – more... the doctor's attention was enjoyable. – less
Senior Sales (Current Employee), PA – October 25, 2013
Sad that Lilly has turned into the company it has. Went from a leader in diabetes and neuroscience to third place at best. Great co-workers and teammates. Tough to see Executive and Senior Executive status handed out to those who just happened to survive 18-20 years at company and not because of impact.
Believes in our brand and embraces work, life, family balances
Marketing Consultant (Current Employee), Indianapolis, IN – October 14, 2013
Pros: off for holiday break, sick days for kids
Cons: lay offs, tension due to job cuts, get ahead in organization by who you know not what you know
A typical day at Lilly is sitting in a flexible open environmentpositivies messages throughout the buidling. Family focused environment and thankful I worked with the company when my kids were toddlers. Co-workers are multi-cultural and most are highly intellgent. Captalizing on the diversity allows diverse thinking and its a win/win for all parties – more... involved. The hardest part of the job is working in an industry of a changing environment and watching top talent leave due to not being in the right position. Management varies and if you have a great leader, you never want them to leave. – less
Established company; strong leadership; focus on employee work-life balance
Director, Quality- Global Regulatory Affairs (Current Employee), Indianapolis, IN – October 1, 2013
Lilly is a reputable company with a history of stability and respect for people. Senior management communicates regularly to all levels of employees and clearly articulates the vision of the organization. Lilly employees are hard-working, diligent, and a pleasure to work with.
Cons: massive layoff, not enough products in the pipeline to replace product patent expiration.
their culture, mission and focus they have and expected from each employee is to help targeted customers truly help their patience really set their apart.
I learned the importance of having emotional intelligence and how to classify my customers by segmentation.
My co-workers value their jobs, their customers and respect each other opinion. They had – more... very good work ethnics, we were all on the same page and worked well together, this was the best group I worked with in a long time.
Hardest part of the job was the "NO ACCESS" to any Herny Ford facilities.
The most enjoyable part was selling great products that helped improve patience lives. Exploring my new territory and building strong solid customer relationships. – less
Senior Projects and maintenance Engineer (Current Employee), cairo – August 4, 2013
Lilly is considered a big school which was perfect with me when I first joined Lilly as a Fresh graduate. I have learned a lot and gained a lot of practical experience in the Engineering/ manufacturing field. I have progressed through out my career in Lilly to gain management skills through leading a team of Technicians and junior engineers. Overall, – more... I enjoyed working in this company – less
ImClone/Eli Lilly was a great company to work for.
Warehouse Technician II (Former Employee), Branchburg, NJ – July 31, 2013
ImClone Systems was a great company to work for. As large as the company was, most employees knew everyone they worked with or on the campus which helped to balance out job tasks and made for a much better day in the long run. Even though the daily tasks were similar, there was always some small detail that was different which helped to make the job – more... more enticing and kept the employees interested. Management were extremely considerate and willing to lend a hand when needed. Always willing to train any employee in another job function to help improve the employees knowledge and resume. – less