Had a very good experience with the staff and overall environment. I enjoyed the dynamic atmosphere and overall attitude of the employees. I would recommend an internship to anyone who is new to the field of analytical chemistry.
Data Coordinator (Former Employee) – St Laurent, QC – 30 August 2016
A typical work day was working closely with colleagues and helping one another with different tasks and resolving problems. I was given the opportunity to learn different softwares which will help me in my next job. I had great colleagues and it was a very enjoyable workplace overall.
medical representative (Former Employee) – Egypt – 24 May 2016
I've learned from Pfizer the meaning of SALES , that every time you are taking to some one , you are selling an idea. I've learned also, how to be organised and how to work under stress. The hardest part of my work was the target achievement but it was overcome by planning and activity.The most enjoyable part of the job was the target also ,, as the achievements give us the energy to continue and enjoy success.
Evening before organize the following day. Follow up was based on Physician or patient request Working in close proximity wit the product nurses and reimbursement specialist Provide peace of mind with rheumatologists and their patients. I made sure that all concerned knew I had their backs
level of respect i developed from the rheumatologists
GP rep, SPR, FST, DM, RSM, CHE (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada – 15 June 2015
Being with Pfizer for so many years I did almost all jobs with the exception of Access. The Management was great at all levels and my co-workers were also excellent. The hardest part of the job was to see the down-sizing every year when we were losing patents on our medications. The most enjoyable part of the job was to be with colleagues and to be Customer facing.
Specialty Representative - Man/Sask/Tbay (Former Employee) – Manitoba/Saskatchewan/Thunder Bay – 4 June 2015
Pfizer has a very strong commitment to training and development. They provide many tools to help you succeed in your position and are committed to providing their customers with high quality information, products, and customer service.
Pfizer is an ethical company committed to operating within the guidelines set out for the industry and will always demonstrate a high commitment to operating with Integrity.
Customers trust in Pfizer is very high and many customers I have worked with consider Pfizer as the best company to partner with.
Co-workers are well trained, personable and have a high commitment to the success of the organization.
Hardest part of the job is managing the many appointments each day as our customers regularly have emergencies that they need to attend to which can often make getting to the next appointment a challenge. The good part though is customers are understanding and flexible.
The most rewarding part of the job is when you are able to demonstrate where your product can help patients the most. Then having the doctor report back on how your product was able to help a patient. That is what Pfizer is all about!
Coordinator for field Sales Force (Former Employee) – Kirkland, QC – 26 May 2014
There was always new challenges and the people were all so familiar and friendly. You started your day in a good atmosphere, you knew what you had to do. You worked with a group of people who were your team for many years. The hardest part of your job, sometimes was staying on top of your work. Most enjoyable for me was the customer service for my internal and external clients. It was a place where you looked forward to go to work.
Free lunches, you were always informed on how the company was succeeding, there were bonus, and free gifts, also weekend trips to different places for team building
they outsourced world wide, it was difficult because they were combining your jobs with others, across the world, and your job became obsolete, you were told you had to train the new person who would be replacing you.
Product Manager (Former Employee) – Dalian, China – 9 April 2014
Product knowledge, meeting with sales team/medical department, etc. I learned the process of launch of a new product. The hardet part of the job is medical terminologies The most enjoyable part of the job is your becoming an expert before the launch of the product