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Company has leadership that wants to inspire the people who do the work to succeed. There has been recent reorganizing throughout the leadership and more responsibility has been given to designers and other engineers.That means you will have to figure out how to get your job done instead of relying on others. That part is very fulfilling, as you get to fully oversee your own projects. Of course that comes along with more record keeping...
Great benefits, great sense of ownership
Questionable work-life balance
Spent 20 years at Medtronic retiring this past fall. The first 10 years were wonderful, the last 10 (beginning with Omar’s tenure) were challenging with RIFs, salary, hiring and travel freezes and a BIG culture change with a focus more on the bottom line, social issues/causes and less on the value of employees. FTE’s are regularly replaced with contractors at a discount; loyalty to the organization is expected without reciprocation. The culture and structure is highly siloed (common to many large organizations) with disparate groups having difficulty communicating and/or accepting responsibility. As a result it is often difficult and frustrating to actually get work done!Overall my benefits and compensation were fair; I’m extremely happy to have been fortunate enough to retire when I did as I no longer enjoyed or felt proud to work at Medtronic. IMO, if one is early in their career looking for an organization to gain experience with fair compensation, Medtronic may be a good fit. However, if you are looking for commitment, advancement and long-term potential, look elsewhere.
Fair compensation and benefits
Continual job cuts/reductions, siloed work environment - difficult to get work done, very little actual commitment to employees
A flagship company within the medical device industry, Medtronic is committed to its patients and its employees. My experience is that they honestly care about work-life balance and employee development.
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Principal Program/Project Analyst Position Description -This was a Medtronic Structural Heart (SH) Project Management Specialist position. The incumbent was responsible for managing the project activities to execute projects on time and within budget. The incumbent partnered with the Program Manager (Core Team Leader, CTL) and key functional core team members (CTM) to develop and implement methodologies and tools to optimize the execution of Product Development projects. The position provided direction and leadership to Extended Teams.
Very fast paced work environment. Need to have a good eye for small details and stable hands. Ability and willingness to work Overtime. Decent management available and willing to help. Good opportunity for advancement.
A lot of overtime can upset work life balance
It's a exciting place to work. Very clean environment. learn new things everyday. the supervisor there are always helpful. all the employees there are always very helpful. The hardest part about the job is that you have to stand up for 8 hours. The most enjoyable part of the job is you're working in a clean room environment.
The pay doesn't match the workload. The place is like working in the hood. Everyone were very condemning and like to put you in a dark place. There is no motivation in the work environment. The only good thing about it is... there is none
Medtronic is not a bad place to work, but the company as a hold need to paid their worker better. and the management need to be improve. They also need to improve their supervisor
sometime free lunches
one 30min and two 10min
I assigned people to work stations, and rotated them so as to prevent workplace injuries. Pulled up orders, reviewed product and made sure production quotas were met. Met with engineers for problem solving.
felt as if production personnel were not appreciated
Tuition riembursement has changed throughout the years but overall has been a great benefit for Graduate School. I took advantage of both the undergradualte and graduate tuition riemursement programs.