Congratulations. This is a major change within PFE.
I remember working for Pfizer before being Pfcuked and being told that you had to fill the annual culture survey in positively or it would be your unit that would be chopped next- we didn't we were chopped. Happiness.
This has the stench of HR about it. I remember we had a greasy little HR twat years ago in Sandwich, Declan Nobody, who once said that Pfizers ultimate goal was to replace talent with compliance and that it was the only way director level could protect their future gravy train. This survey was obviously completed by that compliant layer.
Wait, you mean this survey isn't validating the success of OWNIT??
I have not been able to find a single PFE employee (in NYC, CT, MA, CA) that participated in this survey!!
What a sad, lonely, functionless jerk. Your mirror must be such a personal disappointment.
I have said before you need not to come off your meds. I am sure you are quite functional when the dose is correct. When not, you are just a jerk as demonstated by your last comment.
Another for the category of Useless measures!
Wonder how much Pfizer HR paid for that rating ?
..... breath .....
"This is strange. Who participated in this Survey?"
They limited the participants to the Upper Executive level because they know how hard the rest of you work and didn't want to interrupt your otherwise busy day.
This is strange. Who participated in this Survey?
Was it conducted by Forbes or PFE?
Why PFE needs to fabricate such ranking?
External investors do not care about it and employees do not believe it!!
you people have no idea how pampered you are at pfizer, but sooner or later your time will come and you will have to get a real job.
i have asked around and so far found no one, and i mean not one single individual, within Groton R&D that was asked to take part. Further, those i contacted in MA do not know anything about this. This is right up there with Pfizers positive clinical trials - no data in support of the findings. I'm taking this further. As of monday this whole fiasco is going out on twitter and facebook. Forbes is about to be bombarded with emails requesting what data Pfizer supplied, who was asked and what grades and departments were sampled. Something stinks here and I smell HR. Pfizer have just made a monkey out of Forbes. Feel free to do the same.
Did you partipcate in Forbes' survey?
Do you know any PFE employee that was contacted by Forbes for this survey?
"employees assessed the key factors that affect work happiness including: work-life balance, one’s relationship with his or her boss and co-workers, work environment, job resources, compensation, growth opportunities, company culture, company reputation, daily tasks and job control over work performed on a daily basis."
If all these were given equal weight, and given the crappy environment in the larger economy,I could almost see this result happening. Almost, but the devil is in the details.
Let's dig in:
1. Job security is probably not considered to be part of "company culture" or "work environment." This is concern #1, and would crush the others given proper weighting.
2. Job resources? Yeah right, Maybe they mean staplers and empty desks, but budget? No way. Things must be tight all over.
3. Compensation? Maybe. Growth oppt'ys? Only when compared to the anemic external economic environment.
4. Company reputation? Wow. Maybe compared to banks and the financial sector.
5. Daily tasks and job control over work performed on a daily basis? Of course there is control over your daily tasks, they fired everyone who used to do the little things, now that's entirely on everyone not in a corner office. Control over refilling the copy machine and cleaning the coffe pot is hardly Bliss-inducing for me...
I guess that HR have a vested interest in filling these in
Here is the link to the Forbes article : http://tinyurl.com/d3pqxam
goto the comment page
tell the world the truth!
the only way Pfizer got that was to Pay for It ; it's fake.
Please don't just comment here
Go to the story and use their comment page, I just did.
Let the world know its a fake award.
Maybe sometime in the nearby future the company called Pfizer can become great again. To those that reap the spoils of success, I would advise you keep your money close and tight...never know what might happen and how long it will all last.
"Microsoft was number One".
You're pulling my pudding.
Daughter was a manager for Micro s**t, but after giving her all and being given excellent reports for 10 years was culled under the Jack Welch Management Principle.(Sack 10% annually to keep the rest on their toes).
Dreadful company, full of fear and loathing.
Alas being emulated by some of what were great US companies but whose only objective now is to make money at the expense of their employees.
Plenty more where they came from. Probably in China.......
Pfizer a good company? Read 'Bad Pharma' by Ben Oldacre and you will never take Viagra again. Not only w*****g that mades one blind.
It did make the reputable company list albeit at #87. Of course this is not the same thing as being reputable in the eyes of the employees.
Pfizer employees took the Career Bliss survey and probably were aware that their management would see the results.
A company known for ten years of difficult mergers, employee relocation, site closures and massive layoffs can not be the happiest company to work for.
A better indicator is the Forbes CSR ranking of what companies have the Best Reputations to work for.
Microsoft was number One and Google was number Two.
Pfizer did not make the list, probably based on their reputation.
You gotta be shi&&ing me! who'd they survey, the cretins in NYC PFE?
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