Facility Operator (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 January 2018
Good company to retire if you want to have a none stressed stable job protected by union. Vacation plus salary is above industry average, hard to land a full time due to limited headcount and strict union rules would limited chance of getting a normal 8-4pm work hours if you do not have seniority.
Co-op (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 2 January 2018
Sanofi Pasteur was a great place to work, with a day that always included new challenges. Workplace culture included a great work-life balance and there were always events going on to increase your knowledge and network.
starting the day by my batch of invoices that need to be paid reviewing daily payments wire or check.. making sure that there is three- way match and approvals from the financial department.. sorting the invoices..
J'ai été agréablement surprise par la flexibilité de mon horaire, de ma concordance professionnelle et personnelle. J'ai beaucoup enrichi mon savoir faire et être au sein de cette multinationale. Les salaires sont très avantageux, ainsi que les avantages sociaux offerts aux employés. C'est une entreprise qui a pour priorité le confort et la stabilité de ces employés, elle est aussi au service constant des ces patients. L'aspect le plus stressant était les réunions en conférence avec les fournisseurs dans le monde, parce que le décalage horaire retardait en quelques sortes les prises de décisions et le travail en général. Ce qui me faisait aimé mon poste étaient ces différents aspects et toutes les formes qu'ils pouvaient prendre.
Great people to work with and awesome culture in the company
Process Engineering Intern (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 August 2017
Sanofi had provided a lot of information sessions sometimes during coffee break where difference departments could learn more about each other, this is a great activity to bond everyone in a such large scale company. Within the department I am working in, people are friendly and kind, they always provided me with help whenever I needed.
Great learning environment. However, the advancement paths are a bit vague. Typical large corporate culture.
Deputy Director Capex Procurement (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 1 May 2017
Sanofi Pasteur is the largest manufacturer of vaccines in the world. Therefore, has a typical large corporate culture. Resources are scattered and can be mis-deployed at times. Management is unidirectional and the most challenging part is ensuring CRM is fully enforced. The most enjoyable part of the job was autonomy of operation.
Quality Inspector (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 April 2017
It's a horrible place. Many left their companies thinking it's a good place and realized it's a mistake. Trainining=0 you have to know your tasks before going there because nobody will help you. No innovation or new idea. You have to follow the 'silence' rule. It's a horrible work place that works mainly with contracts. You loose your time there. There is no work/life balance. The management is horrible.The culture is horrible
No work/life balance, Horrible managment, Horrible culture
Highly regulated with great benefits and company culture
Packaging Technician (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 26 March 2017
Sanofi is one of the best pharmaceuticals to kick off your career, gain critical skills that helps one to thrive in a highly regulated company. It is an environment full of great minds that come together to create an amazing and successful company!