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Worked as a temporary employee there for 6 months and learned right away. It was kind of stressful learning new things but everyone there is very supportive and motivated. Especially from management, management was also very encouraging and up lifting. Id recommend it to someone who wants something that like repetitive and doing the same things over and over again.
Free coffee/Tea/Shirts/Company caters food on holidays
Have to be fast at what you do.
Great company to work for! I found the employees easy to work with. Great managers where I worked. I enjoyed the work that I did there. My manager was from India and was the best boss I have worked for.
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I worked at Medtronic for about 4.5 years and it was one of the most critical experience of my career. I had the opportunity to manage two global, multi-center, prospective randomized clinical trials from start to finish. One of the studies was published in the New England Journal of Medicine, which completely changed the landscape of stroke treatments in 2015. I also participated in several regulatory inspections with no significant findings.
I was working at Medtronic over three years. It has a good benefits and have a lots of funny staff. My co-workers and my CEO, manager, supervisor and leader they are so kind and polite to me.
I day of work at Medtronic, varies on the importance of the different products. Business change constantly, so does the importance of shipping out product. When there is a new product focus is on that product. On any regular day product from different lines has to go out at the end of the day.
A good place to start on if your're an entry level. The work and task provided were challenging but then gets very repetitive after awhile. overall, a decent company with decent pay.
The employees are amazing.
Not great of pay for the amount of work needed.
We are working with strict team lead. Also, they review employees working every year base on individual staff working for the whole year. In addition, they raise up the paying hour to every employee yearly.
Health insurance, Pto
While working with Medtronic I learned so much personally and professionally. The people were fantastic and the leadership was amazing at helping everyone get to goal. I have moved from Irvine to the Northridge area and hope to work with Medtronic again soon~
I enjoy it to much
Incompetent Management, have no respect for employees, Lousy Training, You will get repetive motion injuries
If you work as a temp, when you get hurt doing repetitive tasks, you are at your own risks. Some managers and team leads barely know English and don't know how to treat employees properly and don't qualify to manage an American corporation. They will insult you in you face in front of others without knowing what's going on. All you heard all day is almost everyone yapping in some foreign language. Have to deal with co-workers that are rude. It makes it hard to think of this place as a long term work-place. Be better off some place else to make life and work more enjoyable.
If being asked, more than 50% of operators there will choose to leave the company because of the pressure they have everyday that is making number. The management board always talk about Quality begins with me but making the quantity will make you more valuable in their eyes.
Management treats you like a slave. Hand shake with you but gives you a bird when you turn around. They mistreated me like a second class employee. In fact some of them do not have the education but by knowing and having friends within the company they quickly move up the ladder. A bunch of hypocrites that run the company. We put in our sweat and work our butts off, but on holidays and company events, they invited permanent employees to hotels and told contract workers to go home. This is their way of treating people who spent days with little sleep and put in over time to help finish their projects.
High growth medical device company that requires you to wear multiple hats, therefore you gain many different experiences and perspectives while working there. Not so much office politics, decisions were mostly driven by data backed by fact or well-thought out analysis.