IQVIA
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IQVIA Employee Review

Management and seniors are directionless

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2 September 2018
People are just mindlessly working here. No plan, no strategy...just mindless work without direction. Their interview procedure is misleading and they tell all fake things about the role. And hire you and make you do tasks which do not match your skill as discussed in interview. Management and HR is non supportive and they just want to follow old-school procedures which they have been following for years. Improvisation is not valued at all. They are quite unorganized and do not have processes in place.
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Pros
Office in nice location. Good facility
Cons
Management is lost. No direction. Lack knowledge., Poor decision making. Your career can be at risk with them.
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