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Reviews by GlaxoSmithKline graduate employees
- It is truly values-based and therefore draws people who have a genuine desire to improve people's health and lives.
- The support that I have received right from the start. And the opportunities that I have presented to me.
- The people you work with and the relationships you have the opportunity to develop
- Lovely culture and people. Everyone is supportive and encouraging. The work can be quite challenging which aids with development.
- at the end of the day I go home knowing we made a positive impact on people's lives
- You need to be quite persistent in order to gain exposure to other areas of the business outside your department.
- The matrix is quite large, so it can be difficult to know who to consult with. Some processes seem overly complicated.
- Out-dated IT systems ensure some administrative activities are time consuming.
- Large number of meetings to work around.
- Some parts of the role was very administrative and was tedious but necessary at times.