1. Alexion says “no” to investor proactive sale demand — FDA approves first copycats of Novartis MS drug Gilenya — $178M stockpile of Merck ebola vaccine authorized — See more on our front page news

    TRY TWO WEEKS OF OUR EMAIL NEWS HEADLINES FOR FREE
    Dismiss Notice
  2. Think you have witnessed fraud?Ask a Whistleblower Attorney -- a chance to discuss whistleblower-related legal issues with practicing whistleblower attorneys.
    Dismiss Notice

Layoffs

Discussion in 'Mission Pharmacal' started by anonymous, Jan 26, 2017 at 10:51 PM.

Tags: Add Tags
  1. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    yep all got the axe car immediately gone and with 1 month severance no matter how manyYears you were here! Heath insurance ends this month! Severance will be dec 15-Jan 15. Not the industry standard at all.
     

  2. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    It’s unfortunate that the same people who ran this company are still there. Ron and his cronies. Terry didn’t do this on his own. Their decisions have effected good reps and their families while they just sit at their house and collect a big checks. Unbelievable
     
  3. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Is Alamo still part of mission?
     
  4. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Layoffs are always at the end of the year... Amgen is having a big one next week, GSK and AZ both just had one. They don't care about x amount of selling days in the year. This must be your 1st pharma gig.

     
  5. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    It’s amazing that was your response to the above message. Obviously this is not your first “Pharma Gig”! This company is being ran by people who would never make it in Big Pharma but they expect those type of outcomes. Hopefully with the new move, with SH at the head, He will move this company back to a sales organization seeing that he is the only person that actually started from the ground floor. The others are just living on the beach and other places not really knowing what’s really going on in the field. At least you can ask the people in the field or try and find out the temperature of the people who are the grind. How about stop having all these meetings and have meetings with your sales force. TH was your boy and now he was terrible. Didn’t he hire all of you. He gave you all a chance. JN was responsible for keeping things in order and you let her go. Who is going to do the training? CC was the best trainer we had and knew all of the products. He was in the field, he was a manager and a trainer. You almost let BC get away but the family had to step in. You have managers out there that are loyal to the company and there reps but you show them no respect. You try and threaten the managers with, there jobs by saying you don’t like it, go some where else. How is that how you run a family own business? My two cents!
     
  6. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Are there more cuts coming in 2019?
     
  7. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Yes more cuts to come. Start looking for a new job.
     
  8. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    What divisions?
     
  9. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Do you actually have any true info or are you just speculating?
     
  10. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    There will be more layoffs, all products coverage is getting worse. Managed care is not reimbursing even close to what they use too, the co-pay pharmacy program is a joke. Trying to move to a buy & Bill style with certain products, no money and too mich debt to get loans to buy a decent product. Glyderm is a dog. Doesn’t make enough revenue to even cover part of the cost of the department. The only hope is if they can get a decent product through co-promoting. Time to watch out for yourself and update your resume. The upper management has run this company into the ground with horrible acquisitions (2-cough cold, Plexion) from the same consultant company. All products were on a decline when we bought. Brilliant. How could the family not be invoked and let upper management ruin a company with a great history. Now Mission is struggle to stay a float
     
  11. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Is the new program across all divisions?
     
  12. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    are things improving?
     
  13. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    No the company is a sinking ship and upper management is clueless