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Great team to work with. Feels like too much technical work to do on top of the work in hand. You’re expected to do your own time sheet, and other admin things that they surely can recruit someone to do
Expenses and company car
Doing own timesheets
Pros: HelpfulReally polite.Plenty of learning/ course work.Flexible hours.Enjoyable to work for.PPE provided and help us keep safe.Cons:Can't rely on keeping the job as they only do short term contracts and tell you last minute if they are keeping you on in the role I'm doing.Expenses are taxed so monthly amount is taxed more and end up earning less when you do more miles.No holidays or Pension of only on short term contracts.
Expenses making you earn less due to being taxed more.
Working in IQVIA you feel stretched constantly with new challenges everyday. You are surrounded by very interesting and intelligent colleagues very often in a global context. There are opportunities to further your career and move around if you wish.
Working with intellectually stimulating colleagues
There is always a budget containment/cutback situation
I enjoyed my time with IQVIA and only left because I did not have confidence in the Business Development Team to win new contracts and business. When I was there and as a team, we secured repeat business with clients that gave us job security. Without this, we would have been in trouble a lot earlier. I had a great manager and I enjoyed the team I worked with - the contract I was on became a tad monotonous and I was looking for a new lease of life.
discrimination at every level, stand behind you take you down, comment on how you look, not allowed promotion to better your self, , have to be related or there friends you go in to promotion right away. threatened with your job, taken to office or taken down things that are personnel or things that are not true, good at lying.
Culture change required otherwise fast paced company and great to work for. The merger with Quintiles and IMS left a culture change to IQVIA which I was involved in and instrumental to merge the MA functions. I was able to bring in a lot of my Pharma contacts for new business with IQVIA and led the BREXIT planning process
IQVIA can be very challenging and can have a very large workload. However taking ownership of your own work and putting the effort in be very rewarding. The business is ever changing and you have to be ready to keep up with the progress of the business. It is not a good fit for all but many people can do very well here with many avenues to follow, as long as you are assertive and push yourself.
Good work from home scheme, not much cross-divisional work. There are many aspects of the business that employees are unaware of due to the size of the company.
Big brand but the management is very dull and boring. Staff meetings rarely appriciate the team and people mostly like to brag about what they do. Very process based role requires mimimum use of your own skills and mostly follow the script. At times you will work to report issues releated to tech and I did not belong to IT although could manage fair bit and have good understanding but this did not help me acheive my goals. Slow pace in developing a career. High staff turnover with less value give to the existing workforce.
Nice clean office
Pressured, Less rewarding and Boring
Good company to work for with varied roles so you are always learning new skills. Very strong team culture and good support from colleagues and management team. Opportunities to progress internally.
On job training
Driving into Reading is a nightmare
Insane workload where it's not made clear what the job requirements are you're always on the back foot and apologizing for something. Insane request to work unpaid on the bank holiday weekend. Very heavy blame culture where temp/contract staff are disposed of when someone needs to take the blame. Worst place I've ever worked for by a long way