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Anonymous shared this review of IQVIA, Switzerland on Feb 26th, 2021
"IQVIA does very interesting work and provides many opportunities for growth. However, I simply couldn't find any work-life balance and had no support from my manager. I feel that better policies to support a reasonable workload are needed to cancel out problems with individual managers!"
Anonymous shared this review of IQVIA, United States on Jan 19th, 2021
"Competitive company that is driven by their shareholders. Sometimes short sighted in approach to overall business strategy. No overt bias against women in leadership positions, lots of women VPs and SVPs. Unclear whether they proactively monitor male to female compensation. Minimal in organization support for gender based issues compared to other companies. "
Anonymous shared this review of IQVIA, United States on Sep 30th, 2020
"Flexibility and culture vary by department. I have been fortunate to work for a very understanding manager and I appreciate added flexibility during the pandemic. However, the company culture is lean and many vacated positions are not backfilled. We are all overloaded with work. The company is slow to approve promotions and raises. I don't believe I am being paid market value."
Anonymous shared this review of IQVIA on Mar 21st, 2016
"Some groups have horrible work-life balance, where as others do not seem to have enough work. The company is simply not managed consistently. I think women are treated fairly, in the sense that they are treated as badly as the men in many groups. There is high turnover in the company because it is poorly managed and there is a lot of politics. I had 5 different managers in 3 years because of the turnover. However, a few select groups do offer good opportunities. Overall, I had it ok, until I was transferred to a different team that needed help, and my hours went up by 50% without an increase in compensation, and I left soon afterwards."