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Discussion in 'Janssen' started by anonymous, Apr 16, 2016 at 11:05 PM.

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  1. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    That's all everyone here is now. Just another pharma rep. The word biotech means nothing. You are a highly-paid food delivery service. I am so glad I'm on my way to a better thing. Your kids will be embarrassed to say: "My mother/father is a pharma rep." They'll be the laughing stock of their college or high school.

    I want my children to be proud of what their parent did and is. So I changed it. Better a hero than a zero.
     
  2. anonymous

    anonymous Guest


    Ha ha ha. I love how most of the reps here are more like caterers now. Cowards and caterers. Got out when the timing was perfect and living life BIG.
    Hey, go fetch me a donut! Ha ha, just kidding. I prefer bagels.
     
  3. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    That's mostly in the Northeast. Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts have the worst industry policies in the country. I have friends up there that say most of the time you just speak to the clerical staff. The rest of the country still has good access, which is why you see more of us doing better.
     
  4. anonymous

    anonymous Guest


    How bout u smile like a bagel? Is that how you got to living the BIG life?
     
  5. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    I made a ton of cash being on top here and then moved on to a company that wanted to pay me even more cash, because they recognized a winner. Not a whiner, like you see all over the place at your JBI "Big Pharma" company, but a WINNER. And now I'm burning it up while you're delivering coffee and donuts.
     
  6. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    You want to be a hero...go join the Marines.
    People can call me the Waterboy for all I care if they keep paying me $200k to work part-time. Be honest, you put your dignity on a shelf when you decided to work here anyways.
     
  7. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Just woke up and sooooo excited. Today I am going to make a difference! Instead of donuts or bagels, I'm stopping by this cute little bakery I found where they make fresh croissants! Yesterday on our team conference call our manger challenged us to find new ways of driving our business and we decided that we are stepping our catering game up! One of our male team mates told us on the call that he had done an extensive analysis on how the food choices effect prescribing activities and that the conclusion is this: Bakery items from an actual bakery result in more prescribing activity than a going to a Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts (which I would never step into….my husband and I are much too good for that kind of place.) So today it's bakery time and then, a success story! I even have a spreadsheet that my team mate made so I can track my progress.

    President's club here I come!
     
  8. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Is Tom L still giddy about the prospect of Hillary as President? When I heard that I lost my respect for him.
     
  9. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    I like your style!!! Are you sure you're not from marketing? If not u certainly have a future there!!! Great stuff!!!
     
  10. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Anyone interested in joining a discrimination case versus JnJ is urged to call or email:
    Quintana Hanafi,LLP. (415 504-3121.)
    One might say JNJ really kicked over a hornets nest this time with habitual discrimination, EEOC complaints and harassment of qualified sales employees. If there was the slightest heartbeat, it will be gone soon.
     
  11. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    I called this number and they had no idea as to what I was talking about. They stated that they don't have any clients with litigation against JNJ and that they can't proceed against JNJ as they have and do represent JNJ and would have a conflict. In my opinion they are trapping those willing to take action against them by tracking in coming calls. I'm willing to bet those names will be on the December layoff list. I'm sure somebody will eventually post a legitimate firm but this is not it.
     
  12. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Hey, is anyone else reporting that they're working today while you're really taking the day off or driving to your Memorial Day weekend vacation spot, hopefully a beach house.

    I love snowing Marti! It's like taking candy from a baby!

    I'll be back next Wednesday, but don't tell anyone. I'm reporting field time on Tuesday!
     
  13. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Clearly trying to stuff a partner up the arse. Are you just mad that you didn't get invited to play along with all the other children? Sitting home this holiday got ya down?
     
  14. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Not at all. I'm here with your wife getting ready to kick off the weekend. She says she prefers men with hair, height, and muscles.
    But you have fun, okay?
     
  15. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Everyone knows that the JNJ workforce is just the waste that other pharma companies shit out. Turds circling the bowl
     
  16. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    I remember one woman who I used to partner with, she would tell me how she was ashamed to bring her husband to P Clubs, because he would seem so "tiny" compared to real men like me. I thought it was a terrible thing for her to say, it wasn't just her who said it. My manager's wife went gaga over me when I appeared at the swimming pool, and later he told me that she just couldn't stop talking about me at night.
    It's tough to be a strong, handsome virile man. But I wouldn't have it any other way. At least I give them something to think about, and for the nasty ones, something to talk about.
     
  17. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Oh yeah, well I can buy more stuff than most guys can. If my wife lets me, I can buy almost any car I want.
     
  18. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    :cool:Immunology might be Pharma but it is the easiest gig out there. 3 half days a week followed by taking credit for the activities of the working fools. The more that they work the more I get recognized. I'll grab some suds and head to the beach. Summer time at JBI Pharma is all about being chill, parting responsibly and stuffing my calls in Friday afternoon. Celebrate y'all.
     
  19. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    I'm down with that. Up here where I live we only get summer a few months a year, and so we take full advantage of that. From Memorial day to Labor day, you won't find us working more than two or three days a week, and you can be sure we won't be putting that down as vacation time. Hell, we need some days to carry over, lol! In immunology we have Marti so fooled, and our DMs are cool with it. It's a great gig and who cares if you ever make a P club. My club is a country club, lmfao!
     
  20. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Is the water in Maine or on Cape Cod cold? You really do need to take advantage of the hot months! Have funzies!