India

GSK in India

GSK in India employs more than 3500 people. We are a dominant player in the Indian pharma space having held this position for several decades. We are driven by the passion to help people do more, feel better and live longer.

Our Culture and values is summed up in the GSK spirit that defines the qualities we expect all our employees to embrace:

  • performance with integrity
  • entrepreneurial spirit
  • focus on innovation
  • a sense of urgency
  • passion for achievement

Career Development and Growth

We lay emphasis on growing our own resources and most opportunites are first offered to internal candidates through internal job postings and those who are identified as key talent through our talent management process. We provide a range of resources to help you determine and meet your development needs such as:

Training and on the job development: The training for sales personnel includes an Induction Program that covers skills training, business unit specific product training and work practices for the new recruits. Other training programmes focus on personal, leadership and skills development suited to the individuals function. We not only emphasize on achieving organizational goals but also provide opportunities for on the job development.

Performance and Development Planning: Our global Performance and Development Planning process (PDP) is there to help our employees at every stage of their career with us. PDP is a powerful tool for matching an employee’s personal success to the success of the business.The employees and their reporting bosses work together on this process to set challenging objectives for them and identify their development needs.

Diversity

We are an equal opportunity employer employing people from diverse backgrounds while providing them an equal opportunity to grow and develop within the organisation.

Ethics

We are committed to doing business by maintaining high ethical standards in all aspects of our work and we are committed to helping address healthcare challenges.

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