When we last checked in with Bristol-Myers Squibb, employees at their (closing) Wallingford site were being given “discovery evolution interviews” to learn their fates. Now there’s something else to report – this time in plain English, fortunately, although just as bizarre.
Apparently the company is doing an internal promotion where they talk about how everyone at BMS really works for the patients, the end users of the drugs. Fine – I have no problem with that sort of thing. But this has led to everyone at the company (it seems) getting a promotional tote bag emblazoned with the big slogan “Who are YOU working for?” The Wallingford folks, many of whom don’t have a real good answer for that one at the moment, are presumably a bit taken aback. . .