- Equilibrio entre trabajo y vida personal
- Cultura y valores
- Oportunidades laborales
- Remuneración y prestaciones
Trabajé en GlaxoSmithKline en tiempo completo (Más de 3 años)
Great benefits and potential for growth is there if you play the 'go-for' role. Sr. Leadership is all over the open environment setting, thus enhancing visibility for those that are proactive, ambitious and loud. Management is very hands off, but results-target oriented.
Company is undergoing organizational right-sizing and re-structuring itself for a potential spin off from mother group. Too much hierarchy and central-shared functions makes it feel a bit stagnant and sloppy in checking priority to support critical process. Mentoring and coaching is almost null, you trace your own way.
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Me postulé en línea. El proceso me llevó Más de 4 meses. Acudí a una entrevista en GlaxoSmithKline (Parsippany, NJ (Estados Unidos)) en octubre de 2015.
The process took a long time, about 4 months total. HR called me to assess my candidacy late July. He really just wanted to hear about my background and why I thought I'd be a good fit. He was happy with what I shared and decided to pass my profile to the hiring team. It took about 6 weeks before I heard back. He said I could expect an email with an interview invite, which came a week later. I was scheduled for 3 45-minute back-to-back interviews with 3 Brand Managers. Following my last interview, I met an ABM who asked me if I had any questions about what I'd be doing daily. The guy was really nice and shared his experience with me. At the end, he said "If you get the offer, you really should consider taking it. This is a great company." He was very genuine and helped me end the day on a very positive note. Overall, my interviews were case base and behavioral. While it felt a bit difficult, the interviewers' great personalities helped balance things out.
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