On the outside, seems like a good company. Once you are in, they greet you well and from that moment on it begins. Extremely good professionals are on the brink of quitting and looking for better opportunities because of the way they are treated. People with no potential, lack of any respect, common sense and manners are treated as the next managers (and often promoted to even Directors) are the ones that are pushed forward. If they stop liking you -> you are out. They lay off people as if they are old computer parts. It doesn't matter what the reason, their audacity reached a level where they fire people who lay in hospitals, or have conditions of which C3i is aware, but decided they no longer have use of the person and surprise him with a letter of termination or worse, a quick phone call to say FYI -> you are out. It might be good for a few months to a year but overall, do not expect to be treated as a Person or Human Being. Expect to be treated as an expandable object.
Overall I have found C3i to be very cheap and stingy with money in regards to salary. The only positive thing about this company is the fact that they allow 18 days of PTO which I'm sure will change as soon as you start to see Tyarex to leave a larger footprint on C3i or what may have been left of it.
There is not really that much I'd like to say about this place as I've grown kind of sour to it in the last few months as the attitude here has changed a great deal. C3i is the company that is the one who is pretty shady in my opinion, always trying to keep people in the dark about things they should be aware of. Sanofi seems like it would be a nice place to work but there is just no opportunity to become an employee here, as we are all contractors. I am not looking to become another contractor.