HEOR (Current Employee) – Maidenhead, Berkshire – 22 November 2016
The HEOR and medical teams are vastly overstretched and under resourced. People are leaving all the time and morale is low. I know the grass is always greener, but other departments like marketing affairs are generously resourced. Wouldn't really be a problem if it wasn't for the blame culture between departments. Middle management is also struggling which means those at the coal face get a hard ride. The hardest part of the job is constantly having to show off my skills rather then get on with the actual workload. The most enjoyable part is opportunity to learn -the learning curve is steep and the penalties are severe (blame + less opportunities) but this throws you in the deep end quite early on. The pay is not inline with industry standard but this is taboo.
anonymous (Former Employee) – Berkshire – 2 November 2016
Some departments are understaffed whilst others are overstaffed enjoying a 'party culture.' This company sells itself on work life balance, impossible for some departments and employees.Losing good staff on a regular basis, contractors overstretched. Pay and benefits average.
Healthcare Partnership Manager (Current Employee) – London, ENG – 21 July 2015
Gaining access to funding for Hep C drug, under diagnosed patients, engaging with NHS customers at a high level of decision making across London & Thames Valley. Differentiating new product to gain advocacy and inclusion on treatment protocols. Access to customers difficult. Emphasis on team working across departments. Seeing patients cured of their Hep C was the most rewarding part of the job.