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Discussion in 'Parnell Veterinary Pharmaceuticals' started by anonymous, Jun 30, 2016 at 12:11 PM.

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Would you recommend this company to a friend needing a job?

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  1. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Except all of these lawsuits happened in front of multiple people.
     

  2. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    I hear the other new Austraian based company operating in the U.S. is just as big a mess as Parnell- think it has to do with an Aussie Attitude!?!
     
  3. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Just like the above poster said, the things the CEO is being sued for happened in front of the majority of the company. Read this entire thread. The CEO stuck several employees with a syringe in front of other employees. He also made an extremely crass joke that was basically sexual harassment about a young female at a company awards banquet on the microphone as his opening speech before giving out the awards, and then when she stood up for herself to him (in private, not at the awards ceremony) and took some time off, he fired her for it. Those are what the lawsuits are about. There are witnesses galore. He has also fired a ton of good people for no good reason, which there are also witnesses galore for, but no lawsuits for that because it's an at-will employer--but that goes to show you how toxic and precarious the work environment is and what they try to get away with. The turnover is enormous. Don't believe a bunch of random posters on Cafepharma, that's fine, I wouldn't either. But numbers don't lie. Ask yourself why a company that has had a sales force for only one year has advertisements all over veterinary sites and LinkedIn to re-hire half the reps they lost. They are down to 20 reps out of 40 and some of the 20 left were on performance plans so they might still be in jeopardy too.
     
  4. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    The truth is always somewhere in the middle but having worked for the biggest most anal animal health company I tend to lean towards the disgruntled here. I know a guy that worked for Parnell already gone. This thread is quite comical...this person has said some of the exact things.
     
  5. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    I know a number of reps here who have left or are about too- and I keep seeing the postings for the vacancies-- having been unemployed for a while, i would take a job with eyes wide open, but cant get them to look at me- and I am a good rep- maybe that is why- they want turds they can pile more shit on.....
     
  6. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    The person you know has said the exact things on this post and you're leaning toward the things on this post being made by disgruntled people? That's weird because most people say the opposite when they know someone who worked somewhere, that everything on Cafepharma is rumors. Tells you something doesn't it? By the way, Parnell is now down to 19 reps out of the 40 they hired in August-September of 2015. If more than half the sales force quit or was fired for no good reason (not due to layoffs or downsizing), what does that tell you? More than half of those people who are gone from Parnell have posted on this exact thread, and those are just the ones I know of, by the way. So is everyone disgruntled? Those who voluntarily left and those who got fired? Funny that people who have no idea feel the need to speculate. Look up the lawsuits on the CEO filed by employees.
     
  7. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    It's not worth it, trust me. Several people on the sales force I knew wound up becoming so anxious from working here, it made them sick. You never knew if you would be fired the next day no matter what you did. They want "superstar" reps as the posting says, but they give you no support so it's almost impossible to hit the ridiculous goals they set and they put you on performance plans almost immediately if you don't. The first round of people put on plans were in March when we had only had a sales force since September. Then another round came in the summer. Most of those people were fired, only a few made it off. This isn't a job you want on your resume, especially since as you say you're a good rep, because even if you take it with "eyes wide open" you won't be here long...no one is. You get canned or you quit because it's awful. One of the best reps I have ever worked with got fired here because the CEO didn't like them, and they could sell. Other great sales people who never had an issue selling had no support and they felt like failures because they couldn't sell THIS product fast enough and got fired for it. So it won't look good on your resume to have a long time of unemployment and then a short stint at a company quickly becoming known for being mediocre. Personally, I would hold out for something better and save yourself the mental anguish. It's a blessing in disguise they won't look at you. Just some advice from someone who went down that road. Best of luck to you, I hope the right job is going to jump into your path soon.
     
  8. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    All you need to succeed at Parnell is the ability to "suck less."
     
  9. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    "Having been unemployed for a while" but "I'm a good rep"

    Lmao if you were a good rep you'd have a job!
     
  10. anonymous

    anonymous Guest


    Kicking a girl while she's down and desperate to feed her family? Coward!
     
  11. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Well, Mr Turd, when your company gets sold our from under you it happens even to the best of us-
     
  12. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    did happen to me. so I must be one of the best of us.

    oh and I did get a job straight away :)

    Not at Parnell though. Although might apply.....
     
  13. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    boo hoo
     
  14. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Mr. Joseph went on to say that "Despite consistently strong business performance, and delivery of essentially all our milestones, there seems to be an inexorable incongruence between the value of Parnell and our market cap. Recently, this gap has widened significantly. We believe that Parnell owns an array of attractive underlying assets including 6 marketed products, an FDA and EMA approved manufacturing facility and a valuable pipeline, including Zydax and innovative digital technology apps. Parnell's Board of Directors believe that a rational assessment of these underlying assets combined with recent buoyancy of animal health M&A activity should give an expectation that the realizable value of Parnell's assets could be many times higher than what is reflected by the current share price. The Board of Directors is not aware of any reason why the share price should have declined so significantly. Conversely we are confident in the assets Parnell has worked for many years to create; our marketed products and manufacturing facility are generating strong profit margins and as revenues grow in 2017 and the level of growth related investments naturally winds down, we believe the company is well positioned to deliver profitability and asset value accretion." -- it means people see through the bullshit "Mr. Joseph" spews. How long have we heard "our stock price doesn't reflect our true value" speech now?
     
  15. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Wow you seriously have too much time on your hands... Move on.
     
  16. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Yet you took the time to visit the forum and respond. So who's the one with too much time on their hands?
     
  17. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Omg best burn ever!
     
  18. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    You're responding at 2 am...Get a life.
     
  19. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    I smell some layoffs about to happen!
     
  20. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    I smell chloroform