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I worked at GlaxoSmithKline full-time (More than 5 years)
Working in GSK can maintain your work-life balance. So, GSK is the good work place that you can enjoy your works and can also live your personal life.
GSK complies with anti-bribery act and has zero tolerance to coruption. Hence, there will be the robust process to check and ensure before engaging with cutomers, which is challenging for the job owner.
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I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at GlaxoSmithKline (Bangkok (Thailand)) in March 2017.
I applied online in January. A recruiter contacted me in late February. I had a phone interview in March and was invited for a 1:1 interview two days later. The recruiter did not schedule a phone interview but rather expected me to be available right at that moment. When I told her I was unavailable and would like to reschedule, she proceeded to hang up on me.
The entire process was a negative experience. The recruiter was unfriendly and extremely rude from our first interaction. She was doodling throughout the entire interview and her responses were extremely condescending and snarky. I previously applied to GSK UK and the entire experience was completely different. I am stunned by the treatment I have received and I will not be applying to GSK Thailand again.