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conducting meeting for the staff for first in and first out procedure
Sales Assistant (Former Employee), Manila, P00March 25, 2014
Pros: free lunch
Cons: long hours with overtime
increase you potential for communication thru the client,implement the first in and first out procedure
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good place to work
Assembler (Former Employee), Mount Vernon, INJuly 14, 2013
we started at 6am and worked until 430pm Monday-Thursday. Fridays was overtime. it was a relaxed place to work.
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Dont work here
Packaging Operator (Former Employee), Zeeland, MIFebruary 17, 2013
Long 12 hour shifts just sitting/standing at your area. got 3 30 min break/lunch. work 5 days on 5 day off 3 days on 2 days off. that was the best part of working there.
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Call Center Job -- At times fun, but more often restrictive.
Consumer Resource Specialist (Former Employee), Evansville, INDecember 12, 2012
Pros: free lunches periodically, rewards and recognition program, talking to new moms who need assistance
Cons: restrictive environment, management
A typical day at work entailed receiving inbound calls and responding to emails from Mead Johnson consumers. I attended an employee meeting monthly, and on-the-job training as needed.

I learned from this position how to treat customers right, a lot about Enfamil formula and market trends, better data entry and typing skills, and writing and communications – more... skills. Mostly I learned that I need to be on time and show up for work to maintain a job.

The management thought they better than the employees. There was a definite hierarachy in the call center and it made the job less enjoyable. The environment was restrictive and oppressive.

My coworkers were generally all nice and down to earth.

The hardest part of the job was staying in your cubicle ALL DAY long. Not being able to get up unless you put yourself in the "correct" code on your phone.

The best part of the job was talking to new Moms who needed help and a reassuring voice on the other end of the line. I enjoyed helping these Moms, especially when they were friendly. – less
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Very well-respected place to work and top pharma. company at the time.
District Sales Manager (Former Employee), Evansville, INSeptember 12, 2012
Pros: terrific training, good pay, admirable company as part of bristol myers squibb.
Cons: like any "big business"......quite political.
Excellent place to work......but that was in the 80s and 90s, a long time ago!! The pharma. industry has changed so very much. However, back then, the company made "significant" efforts to teach selling techniques, insure that everyone knew their jobs thoroughly, and provided superb classes in Evansville for those seeking management level jobs. This – more... was a terrific experience....probably unmatched today anywhere. – less
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New division start - growing pains
Oncology Products Specialist (Former Employee), Evansville, INMay 22, 2012
FDA approval problems not getting pipe going in time. had to sell old products with little support. 5 state territory and related travel.
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Good pay and benefits
Senior Executive Associate (Current Employee), Glenview, ILMay 14, 2012
Good pay and benefits. Lovely offices. Weak middle management. General sense of arrogance, including a lack of accountability.