Operation Supervisor (Current Employee) – Bolton, Greater Manchester – 13 November 2018
multi million pound company that pays minimal and cares nothing for its employees. Your just a number. the new management dont care about their team, just themselves and getting the correct metrics to upper management. the place has no soul. lots of turnover of staff. place is a negative environment, very little praise, lots of fault finding. pay at the bolton site is much much less than the companys others sites around the world.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Westhoughton – 12 August 2018
this was my first full time job. it was excellent to get me started on the career ladder and the staff were delightful and accepting since i was the youngest there. they taught me so much that helped me progress later in life. the hardest part was making sure everything was precise and in order but i soon got the hang of it. the wages and hours all worked well for me.
Production Operative (Former Employee) – Swindon, Wiltshire – 23 April 2018
If you can lie and bullsh*t and suck up to the right manager's *rsehole then you're going to fit right in at Catalent. If you have any backbone and stand up for yourself then you get the sack. Never worked in such a two-faced environment.
Quality Control Finished Product Team Leader (Former Employee) – Swindon – 4 September 2017
A pleasant environment to work with a great group of employees. You are expected to meet your targets and there is a good support network to do so, as you would expect from Big Pharma. Deadline loom and the work must be done but the opportunity to let your hair down a little usually follows so the management do respect their teams.
Packing Operative (Current Employee) – Bathgate, West Lothian – 18 May 2017
worked as a team member through todays work load, ongoing training very approachable managment, employs people from different backgrounds and different cultures,enjoy being part of a team and making a difference to peoples lives.
Constantly striving for perfection and maximised output can often be a struggle between section heads and the regulations that govern the process. Its very rare that you will be doing the same task each day which can be a good thing and keep you engaged.
Quality Control Scientist (Former Employee) – Swindon, UK – 15 March 2017
I did find the job stressful and both the management and the training extremely poor. The job was however well payed. Do not go in Zydis, Swindon if you don't have any options but Catalent, Swindon at least opt for DAS.
Destribution Assistant (Current Employee) – Bolton – 27 September 2016
In any given day I work within a team of 10 people to ensure that patients at sites receive the medication that they require packaged correctly and on time. the most enjoyable aspect of my work is teaching/training out the various roles, responsibilities and duties that are performed to achieve customer satisfaction with accurate documentation to achieve on time deliveries. The most enjoyable part of my job is knowing that we have helped to make someone's life more comfortable.
Job satisfaction that i have helped make someones life a little better or more comforatable
Long hours and alot of pressure due to the amount of customers that require urgent deliveries
Production Operative (Current Employee) – Deeside, Flintshire – 6 April 2016
I enjoy working within the primary/secondary packaging areas. Work well with my colleague’s and management is good. I like a challenge so don't find anything that I would classify as being too hard. The most enjoyable part of my job is completing tasks right first time and to complete in the relevant time given. Always give my upmost attention to detail to the most intricate of detail.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Bathgate – 6 March 2016
Client calls, chasing other departments to ensure requested shipments are sent. Begging overworked staff to work overtime for turnaround times to be achieved. The staff are amazing but under appreciated. Company seems afraid to adapt to changing environments, no training or job development opportunities. The feeling when your hard work is reworded with the drug reaching the patient on time.