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Ipsen is a French pharmaceutical company headquartered in Paris, France.It develops and markets medications used in oncology, neuroscience and rare diseases along with consumer healthcare products.It is publicly traded on the Euronext Paris as part of the SBF 120 index.Ipsen, founded by Henri Beaufour in 1929, has more than 5,800 employees worldwide, marketing over 20 drugs in 115 countries.


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No thank you (Former Employee) says

"Shocking culture... some good people doing a great job. Not enough funding and resources. Expectations on working hours are ridiculous. Very questionable integrity of certain senior individuals."

Director, Commercial strategy - Neurology (Former Employee) says

"Not a place I would recommend working at. The management is very short-term focused without thinking about long-term progress. Unethical tactics to get MDs to use their products.Maybe salaryEverything else"

Senior Global Project Manager (Current Employee) says

"New east coast company with new processes and people. Strong pipeline of drugs is spastiscitynew companynew company"

Talent Acquisition Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"Was only at Ipsen for 8 weeks as they were moving to Cambridge MA but it seemed like a good company to work for. Moral was low because some employees were losing their jobs."

Office Assistant/Receptionist (Current Employee) says

"Ipsen is a great company to work for but they treat their contractors like complete outsiders."

Executive Assistant /Company Travel Officer (Former Employee) says

"A typical day was to review manager's calendars to ensure there were no changes or conflicts. Meet with manager each morning to go over any updates, travel requirements or review agendas for upcoming meetings. Created specific contracts and agreements on a daily basis, working with legal to ensure they were compliant. Often I had to write memos and send to the site as well as writing general correspondence and sending out regular mail or federal express. Sit in on meetings on a weekly and bi-weekly basis, taking minutes then publishing. Because of the nature of the business I made it a point to remind staff members they had project due dates. I worked with compliance director to schedule green belt trainings, agendas and arranged for meals and beverages. Took phone calls daily and routed to appropriate person. Monthy I took inventory of company supplies and re-ordered when needed to restock. I also assisted with corporate audits for the QA Vice President. In 2010 I rolled out a new travel tool specific to the company, then trained employees how to use the tool; as well trained new employees when they joined the company. I also volunteered to assist other administrative partners when I had down time or they were on vacation or out sick.it was a lively place to work, benefits were wonderful, people were quite nice to work with, there was team spirit, and respect.not enough transparency from upper management, employees had to relocate to other areas too frequently, not the best communication to employees"

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