Latuda Cliff & Bad Resp Sales = lay offs

Discussion in 'Sunovion' started by anonymous, Nov 15, 2017 at 6:56 PM.

  1. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    huh? Clarify that one.

    You mean why would Sunovion put 5 reps through training? Who paid for them? PDI? Sunovion?
     
  2. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    HR or Legal. Probably
     
  3. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    PDI
     
  4. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    If the people that don’t believe there will be lay offs next year when the only drug making money goes off patent, then good luck and keep living in your fantasy land. There is nothing good in the pipeline and no BD deals happening. You can sit there and keep writing, no, everything will be fine. They are going to pay us even though there is no money coming in. Time to start thinking in reality.
     
  5. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    This company is like the Titantic. It is slowly sinking and anyone left on the boat will drown. The leadership team is so clueless and several need retire already. One person in particular does nothing but walk around all day chatting and everyone is so fake to him and could careless about his old values that make no sense and he is a huge pain in the ass.
     
  6. anonymous

    anonymous Guest


    It's happening for sure....The respiratory team is not even close to closing the gap to match what is needed to cover for the pending losses as Latuda going off....Huge disappointment thus far, completely mismanaged starting with the hiring of a Flex sales force from PDI....Think about it, they hired flextime contract reps to launch a new product in a crowed space with very limited coverage...what brain child thought that one up or why in the world did we sign off on it....I heard it cost us over $40 million for that project. They just "restructured" it to now be full time reps, but they kept many of the people that were flew time, hourly employees so you can only imagine how much impact they will be having. We have changed strategies more then some change their underwear....trying to get our PUDs to write..The managed access team has not been able to get very much accomplished and wont now until 2019...yes you heard that 2019....ask your manager. So at the end of march when the redemption cards are no longer counted...watch the weeklies plunge. It has been a great run, but time to abandon ship before it goes down.....
     
  7. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Had a meeting this morning about the transition planning. It looks like lay offs will come sooner than originally thought. With resp products down so low, there is no way to make up the numbers. I think everyone will be shocked on the number of people both in HQ and field. It will be a Skelton crew by this time next year. Get ready to do five more jobs, if you make it.
     
  8. anonymous

    anonymous Guest


    It was a good ride while it lasted. I guess we all knew it would happen sooner or later with this crappy leadership team making decisions. The whole environment is so negative now.
     
  9. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    I don't think there are many of us who think there won't be a sizable lay off. We are not idiots. We will be losing a drug that is making $1.28 BILLION dollars a year. Soon that 1.28 billion will go down to less than 25 million within a month after losing patent. The new respritory drugs will be doing like 41 million, Brovana will be chugging along at like 210 million, Aptiom will be doing about 140 million. That means we will be having to find a way to cover $800 million in lost sales. That means major layoffs. Like over 50% lay offs. News flash, we know this!!! That is why we are just working about 15 hours a week and waiting to get our severance packages. Been a fun run. I've been here just short of 11 years. I'm going to do what the managed markets guys do. Work about 10 to 15 hours a week until the end.
     
  10. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Dilip will fix it.
     
  11. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    My contract was just renewed for two years. Very Excited !