Sigma Tau Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Leadiant Biosciences, formerly known as Sigma-Tau Industrie Farmaceutiche Riunite, was founded in 1957 by research chemist Claudio Cavazza. In 2018 Leadiant Biosciences has come under fire for creating a monopoly for CDCA and unnecessarily increasing the price by a factor of 335.

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Clinical (Current Employee) says

"Very strange company. Had a good thing going but now is going down hill. Bad management good concepts. Love the place when I first started now I cant even make it to work. Too much stress Cons: everything else"

Senior Analyst (Current Employee) says

"Poor work life balance, we constantly working into evenings, midnights and was communicated via e-mail from management team for "family support of come in during weekends and more over time expected." Yet there is no advance and opportunities of learning more on the business and advance one's career. Cons: poor work life balance"

Manager, Financial Systems (Current Employee) says

"Sigma-Tau offers great employee benefit package and the environment was a friendly place to work"

Region Account Manager (Former Employee) says

"The people dedicated to Sigma-Tau's mission worked as a committed team to better and prolong the lives of people diagnosed with a Rare Disease, that was what drew me to Sigma-Tau."

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"I worked at Sigma-Tau Pharmaceuticals Cons: Horrible management and unstable company"

Fill Operator says

"I worked at Sigma-Tau Pharmaceuticals Cons: Unfortunately moral was becoming very weak. Employees had hope that Sigma-Tau could change the environment and bring managment around but we were wrong. Sigma-Tau made it clear to all employees and Senior Management they they would not interfere with how they operated, they only wanted the manufacturing devision to make them money. We were a facility that employed just over 100 employees. Since the purchase by Sigma-Tau, to date, close to 25 employees have left. These are employees with experience. If Sigma-Tau Pharmaceutifal doesn't intervine the Management of Sigma-Tau Pharmasource is going to run it in the ground."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at Sigma-Tau Pharmaceuticals full-time Cons: The best of the employees (including the best of management) have left, with a few exceptions. I'll keep this short - the VPs need to be replaced. The company was much better managed when Enzon ran it under Mr. Del Campo."

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"I worked at Sigma-Tau Pharmaceuticals Cons: No Autonomy. Strong foreign managment influence. Inexperienced and often absent Senior Level Management. Pipeline in need of specific focus. Lack of internal US infrastructure. Strong allegiance to foreign managers. Often unrealistic expectations with little capital to support goals."

Current Employee - Scientific Affairs says

"I have been working at Sigma-Tau Pharmaceuticals full-time for more than 3 years Cons: disorganized approach to about everything, lack of communication between levels within one department and between departments,"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Sigma-Tau Pharmaceuticals full-time for more than a year Cons: The CEO appears to lack passion and direction. HR leadership is lacking."

Current Employee - Employee says

"I have been working at Sigma-Tau Pharmaceuticals full-time for more than 5 years Cons: The company has been going through a lot of executive management turnover during the last few years which is unsettling to the employees."