Change Control Leader, External Supply (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 5 April 2017
Challenging jobs where you can learn a lot, especially if your a student or new to the pharmaceutical industry. However, you have to be careful as the work load increases very fast and you can get easily overworked.
Management still needs to be better structured and streamlined A lot of micro-management and high turnover. Talent is also poorly managed.
Analyst (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 16 September 2017
Pharmascience was once a great company to work for. However, over the last 3 years this company has had big obstacles to over come in which they failed. The new management that was brought in did a great job in leading the company and employees to failure. Upper level management has no respect for their employees and there is an enormous lack of communication problem. There is a lack of leadership with no directives. Not many tools for employees to develop their careers and encourage moving up within the company.
Great employees, nice facility, finally got rid of the GM!
Major lack of leadership, lack of parking spaces, favouritism
Co-workers were great but are they are unhappy but stay bc many yrs of service. They warned me about the micro management...wow is it bad :( Worst I ever experienced. Horrible management in A/R. High turn over. Extremely hierarchical but that is expected with incompetency and lack of managerial skills in that specific dept (insecurities). So much talent in A/R but it is thwarted by poor management and misguided priorities of manager. Salary is below market trends. Location is terrible so traffic is disastrous. Located in an area that was recently deemed to be in the top 10 worst traffic areas in Canada.... Yup...you read correctly. Google it.
Micro management. Micro management. Micro management....did I mention the micro management
No fun place for work... Change your mind and start in another company
Analyst (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 24 July 2016
Never work in Royal Mount site ... Bad work environment in QC. Lab. Lack of glassware, lack of management, bad behaviour of supervisor, load of work A lot of disorderedness that disappoint you that work in this company that has a big name but less quality... :(
Operations (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 6 July 2016
Les employés veulent faire avancer les dossiers et amener des améliorations aux procédés, mais la politique et la bureaucratie sont très présents, ce qui ralentit les changements et nous oblige parfois à prendre des directions qui se contredisent. Le manque de transparence et de direction des équipes de management laissent aussi les employés perplexes quand à leur avenir.
Entreprise avec une grande vision basé sur l'efficacité. Depuis le début, on sentait et on était fier de travaillé pour une entreprise familial, avec les année, donne une impression de travaillé pour une entreprise plus que pour une famille.
Atmosphere conviviavle et beaucoup de pensée familial
VICE-PRESIDENT, SUPPLY CHAIN (Former Employee) – Quebec City, QC – 4 December 2015
Leader in pharma processing ion Quebec. Good long term vision and professional staff. Management by MBOs, and rewards accordingly. This company is now at a scale which enables intern ational competition, therefore has a good strong future
I had the chance to gain an amazing experience at Pharmascience so far, but I am ready for new challenges, I want to work for a bigger company that can offer more challenges and that will allow me to grow on the professional and personal life
Analyste (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 26 November 2013
La journée commence aux environs de 8:00 pour se terminer vers 16:00. Les analyses sont bien réparties tout au long de la journée. Il est rarement requis de travailler la fin de semaine. Quant aux opportunités de développement, elles sont possibles si vous aimez travaillez fort et que vous avez beaucoup de persévérance. La direction est ouverte aux discussions. Les collaborateurs sont agréables. Aussi, il est très intéressant de terminer sa journée de travail à 13:00 les vendredis d'été.