I am assuming with the earnings report and projection for 2013 there will be layoffs to come. Good luck to all
Wave 140 was in July 2010 and it may have been one of the last Waves using numbers. The ATS system changed and management started using a different nomenclature. Also the severance, paid vacation days, medical, dental and package was watered down significantly. I was sacked in 2009 and two of the compounds our group was contributing work for made it to market. The question that remains is there enough research and development left to produce marketable new drugs in the next 5 years to continue earnings growth?
Wow, now I feel like an old timer as I was wave 96 back in '09. That's about 20 waves per year. The Pfizer tsunami!
what pipeline? out of the 20 or so candidates downstream only three are genuinely expected to hit the shelves and none of those are expected to be blockbusters.
I do believe that the Pfizer pipeline will come through in the near/mid term and save these senior managers who sacked all the folk who contributed to it.
Yes the layoffs are still occurring , but they changed from using wave# in 2011. I was wave 128 in Feb 2010. Problem is people were able to do the math and figure out how long these layoffs were going on.
No way, I was in wave maybe 130? three years ago. I don't even want to guess what the number would be if they were/are still doing waves.
What wave are you up to now? 200? LOL!
Have the layoffs actually ever stopped. If you think earnings is bad now just wait until the massive R&D cuts translate into no new products. Not to mention the poor treeaent of employees that continue thanks to Ian and Frank. Too bad, it doesn't have to be that war either, but it is. Mayberry those generously 2% pay raises just killed the bottom line.
and we all know there is plenty of SH!T to be stirred at PFE...what a laughable company they have become.
never assume, only the unintelligent assume.
I think the originator of the thread is trying to stir the shit, fool
"if this is news to you have been living under a rock"
Blimey, someone's touchy. I think the originator of the thread was trying to be supportive and express concern for employees. Doesn't really need to be slated for it surely with a juvenile response.
if this is news to you have been living under a rock
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