Packaging Operator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 June 2016
Best management.Best team. Nothing I found hard there.I have learned most of the stuff required for my job & more than the requirement.Very good culture. This place was like a family where everyone cares for each other.
Setup Technician (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 25 May 2016
I really enjoyed working at Teva Canada. I had learnt a lot from the workplace. All the employee are very friendly and helpful. company provides proper training and resource before you go on the floor for the work.
TEVA Canada is going to a process of restructuring, i had enjoyed my 10 years and is time to move on.
Process Operator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 February 2016
Well actually, I am not working at TEVA anymore, You may have heard there have been quite a few changes in the industry, My company had a hard time keeping up with the competition and unfortunately had to make some staffing changes that impacted my role along with +100 others. You know, I really had a great 10 years with them and look at this as an opportunity to find a new challenge where I can leverage the experience I've gained
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 2 January 2016
This company is one of the best company to work for once you'er educated...because of my ability to interact with people from different groups my work was very manageable, we had a good team in our department... working with the sales rep was great for me as I tried to help them as much as I was able to because they were the once out their working hard to bring the sales for this company I solve their problem as much as I can...and that brought me joy...
Most productive and proven as a strongest leader in the company
Team Leader (AQPIC) (Current Employee) – Stouffville – 31 March 2015
Situation got changed as business flows and had fell down with 6 operators step out from my team in short time and have had to run with smallest team with same pressure of work and same expectation across the rest of the shift.
Another challenge came up with new, fresh supervisor took charge of my shift where him self was totally fresh to the environment.
Addition to this, received fill up of manpower of new candidates, very fresh and beginner at the job roll
All of this I stand with my esteem experience, full of confidence and ability to handle any situation at any given time to comply within time frame.
* kill organizational skill, deep knowledge of production technology, process * systematic staffing humor, prioritize demands excellent coordination power * providing in-time training, broad view of scheduling to fulfill business demand,,
All above these factor make me succeed and proven myself as a strongest Team Leader with strongest team across the shifts.
where I was well supported by my manager and this is the reason he awarded me Person in charge in absence of supervisor where in other word I can say its supervisor-in-charge.
And at the end of the year 2014, as a result, I have received exceeding expectation rating for one more year from the company.
Round the year at every single day each moment was being challenging to deal with and which is very interesting part for me where i love to jump in any given challenge to show my ability
manager's recognition to give me chance to work as supervisor in-charge was the biggest yield for me
working in midnight, bunch of people to be trained, train supervisor as well while continue deliver same business expectation was the biggest challange
Shipper (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 March 2015
Overall good company to work for but not for a long time. No opportunity for advancement. Management is eager to point out your short comings and good work is not rewarded. Benefits for the workers are being cut every year.
Assistant (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 14 February 2015
This company is still in the dark ages. Double Standards and a total lack of commitment to fix unfair practices. Employee jobs are graded i.e. entry level position is a grade 2...they would think nothing of having a grade 2 fill in for a grade 5 or 8 and not compensate them monetarily for their work. I took me five years to get them to review my job description. I was a grade 3 who wrote equipment set up guides, updated and generated SOPS, Equipment Manuals and Work instructions. Revised all their "Pet Training Project," materials as the training department (Grade 8) who had generate the training assessments generate a pile of documents that were full of errors and truly a pile of worthless paper. And still they refused to acknowledge my contribution to the position was above and beyond what they were paying for. Seriously if you are looking for a great career this is not the company to join. They lose great talent on a constant basis. The talent they need to get rid of is still there making everyone's life extremely difficult.
Operational Planner (Former Employee) – Markham – 16 September 2014
An excellent company to work for. My entire supply chain learning and experience was gained here itself. Everyday was exciting and challenging in planning. The management and co-workers were awesome and some of the best people I came across in my life. I would definitely recommend my friends and family to work for Teva if they get an opportunity.
Quality Control Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 April 2014
After more than 16 years of wide-ranging experience in Quality Compliance, due to outsourcing, I am facing new challenges and seeking new opportunities. I am self-motivated, highly analytical thinker and a good team player. Consequently, as a data reviewer, not only had I had the opportunity to work closely with all the chemists but also with my manager. I enjoyed working very much and the fact that I had a good professional rapport with everybody, the last day at Teva was, by far, the most difficult day of my career. Working under pressure and facing aggressive deadlines was nothing compared to the farewell.
Chemist (Former Employee) – Scarborough – 14 January 2014
• Responsible for transportation study for up to 200 drugs • Made decisions on testing population and the scope of reports, applied bracketing design • Coordinated test timelines between two teams in order to get results on time. • Planned test execution timeline, and created protocols • Created evaluation reports of product stability employing regression analysis • Monitored overall program execution and prepared senior management status summaries
producing and distributing generic medicine in canada
AQPIC (Former Employee) – 30 NOVO COURT,TORONTO – 16 December 2013
Multiple task ,overpresure work i made mistake - typical day I learn audit,insection generic medicine.-my self need training to make sure work with compliance- management family feeling, team work but scare to report management fear of laid off.-- coworkers Too much presure on work- hardest part Coworker relation -enjoyable part