Golden Handcuffs: Confessions of a Drug Pusher

What I deemed a temporary job. I just needed a company car for three months. Was I wrong it ended up being a thirty-three-year long working career. I became known as the legal drug-pusher to family and friends. How I lasted in the highly competitive sales driven world of pharmaceuticals is a fascinating tale of personal survival in the corporate jungle. It took two wives numerous company vehicles and a continuous ability to ‘play the game’ to maintain sanity within the world of company downsizing and mergers. Still it was a game worth playing. The handcuffs that bound all employees were golden in terms of the rewards they offered to all those who willingly participated.


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Golden Handcuffs: Confessions of a Drug Pusher
The World of Big Pharma
What I deemed a temporary job. I just needed a company car for three months. Was I wrong, it ended up being a thirty-three-year long, working career. I became known as the legal drug-pusher to family and friends.
How I lasted in the highly competitive, sales driven world of pharmaceuticals is a fascinating tale of personal survival in the corporate jungle. It took two wives, numerous company vehicles and a continuous ability to ‘play the game’ to maintain sanity within the world of company downsizing and mergers.
Still, it was a game worth playing. The handcuffs that bound all employees were golden, in terms of the rewards they offered, to all those who willingly participated.
  • ISBN: 9780473424831
  • Published: 01/03/2018
  • Pages: 200
  • Dimensions: 244x165mm
Soft cover Soft cover
NZ$ 40.00



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