108 people to lose their jobs in November.
Bristol Myers Squibb plans to lay off 48 staff members from its Princeton, New Jersey, facility, according to a WARN notice filed in April with the state of New Jersey... — read more
R&D turbulence at Bristol Myers now includes the end of a $650M alliance and the departure of a top research champion This morning biotech Dragonfly put out word that Bristol Myers Squibb has handed back all rights to its IL-12 clinical-stage dr-g... — read more
Cardiovascular in New Jersey and fibrosis dropped
Share any updates you may have about Bristol-Myers Squibb layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?
I am safe for now but it seems that no one has any insights if more layoffs are planned by the end of the year?
Research budgets getting impacted and young researchers and new hires might get fired.
BMS’ workforce is shrinking across two separate sites in San Diego County, one of which bears the same address as Turning Point Therapeutics’ home base. BMS snapped up cancer specialist Turning Point for $4.1 billion in August. A BMS spokesperson... — read more
Post any information about potential or actual Bristol-Myers Squibb layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?
A friend works for the squibb and just let me know that their religious exemption application has been denied and that their termination date is set in December. I believe companies should be allowed to hire and fire employees for any reason (yes... — read more
Is it just me or did the culture at this place change overnight? What happened to the camaraderie we used to have here? What happened to the 'we're all in this together' attitude that was prevalent? Now it seems more like a dog-eat-dog world. It... — read more
Make a prediction and tell us what you think about Bristol-Myers Squibb Layoffs 2021? Any news or rumors?
Heard Metcalfe left. Any one no why?
Reorganization, director/managers have been put on notice and jobs eliminated. They are offered to look inside for new work but we all know what that means by December. All products will be impacted by executive order.
Heard your guys will be making some acquisitions with therapeutic companies. Any truth to this?
started in January, largely on the down-low. Some in March, I think. More in August. No federal WARN notice that I can find. How can they do this?
What are your thoguhts?
What's the biggest location, what's the overall employee count and how many employees work at NYC?
LVL IO Discovery department was officially laid off on January 6th. The axe is coming down hard on most aspects of oncology in LVL to start. Apparently this is just the tip of the iceberg.
I wonder if this will have any effect on the workforce - mainly if there'll be any related cuts. I guess we have to wait and see... "Bristol-Myers Squibb Announces Agreement Between Celgene and Amgen to Divest OTEZLA for $13.4... — read more
The way things have been going lately, we have been constantly scrutinized and criticized - to the point I'm now worried that might have been an intro for something. I might be simply paranoid, but judging from conversations I've had with some of... — read more
Any impacts, from the layoff perspective, as it relates to BMS' acquisition of Celegene?
I was let go in Tampa in January - Moved on, things are good. Took me about three months to find a good and comparable position. I liked my work at BMS but it was time for me to move on anyhow, so the timing worked - the severance was good and we... — read more
has anyone looked at the number of people BMS has let go since 2014? The 20/20 plan was to reduce the work force from around 54K to around 20K by the year 2020. Many jobs have gone off shore and due to shedding divisions and sites. Get ready for more... — read more
Bristol-Myers is buying Calgene, which means that we are looking at major consolidation layoffs very soon. You can expect plenty of cuts and layoffs with this move. Bristol-Myers is laying out its expectations for finding $2.5 billion in annual cost... — read more
69 people were laid off. The last day is January 31 2019.
Cryptic meeting scheduled, no way it's good news.
Well, actually at ZymoGenetics. Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS), which acquired ZymoGenetics for $885 million in 2010, disclosed its plans for the 63 employees in a mass layoff warning filed with the Washington state Department of Employment Security on... — read more
BMS has a history of age discrimination law suits, Toxic work environment. I can count the employees that belong to minority groups with one hand and not use all my fingers in my floor alone...that bad
The deceitful restructuring at this company is literally sickening everyone who works for it. They terminate long term employees and tell them they can move to NJ and work for the company as consultants. Then they terminate consultants. Toxic and... — read more
Those of us who survived the last culling in which Bristol-Myers Squibb laid off 107 people are not as lucky as we originally thought. We were notified that we will be closing by the end of the year. Just wanted to warn everybody to stay on their... — read more
Bristol-Myers in Wallingford to layoff more than a hundred folks in coming months Link: http://www.myrecordjournal.com/News/Wallingford/Wallingford-News/Bristol-Myers-Squibb-tells-state-it-will-lay-off-107-employees.html
Interesting in light of the large layoff of the CNJ staff to move People Services to Tampa a low-cost location.. Many of these seasoned staff with excess of 20 yrs of BMS employment. Do you really know whats going on with your own company???
am i the only one who is really tired of all the rumors going around about our future? we are going to be acquire, we are going to spin off this or that division, there will be major layoffs, there will be no layoffs... we have some of the best drugs... — read more
If one thing's certain about Bristol-Myers it's that we have no idea where we're headed. We've seen so many changes in the past several years we're left wondering what are strategy even is in the end. Frankly at times I wonder if our leadership even... — read more
Bristol-Myers' upper management is absolutely horrible. Their bias is visible from space! They are incapable of seeing things for what they are or recognizing the hard work of people who are actually contributing to the company. They have their... — read more
We'll keep having layoffs for as long as Bristol Myers keeps having transformations and re-transformation that are doomed to fail. How many have field so far? I've lost count. Instead of investing in R&D, Bristol keeps downsizing it. We had some of... — read more