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Great company, great opportunities to learn and the quality system gives me confidence in the product that goes out the door each day. Culture is not perfect as people are not perfect, but there are mostly smart and talented people globally.
great products that help people
too many layoffs (as well as constant rumors of more that are coming)
Work-life balanceThey show favoritism and managers are messy. Abraham is not good to people neither is gywnn smith. Those white folks only care about themselves up therePay & benefitsIt wasn’t enough doing multiple jobsManagementThey show favoritism and only care about the workCultureTerrible and if you pregnant they really gonna fire youOverallThey show favoritism, slick racist to blacks, they hate pregnant women no sympathy for them, pay is not enough. They just not how they set out to be .
Pros: Employees can take off work and mak-up hours without using PTO. Summer and fall breaks are recognized for vacation or a flexible work schedule.Cons: Promotions are hard to come by. Payscale doesn't increase much. Layoffs every year. Employee relations need improvement.
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No matter how much you did, how much extra you took on, it wasn't enough. Constant reorganization was chaotic, and possible layoffs seemed to always be looming. It was demoralizing. When I started there, I literally looked forward to going to work everyday. By the time I quit, a hangnail was good enough reason to avoid the place. The final nail in the coffin was finding out male counterparts in the same position with less education, experience, and seniority but fewer duties/responsibilities were being paid a higher salary than I was.
Company with great pay/benefits/coworkers; public sector status, profit over people regularly occurs in “riffs” every 6 months
Really great place to have internships! Definitely a great place to work when you are starting out in your career or are mid-level. Great work experience if you can handle to paperwork required in each job.
You will interface with a multitude of diverse co workers daily to move towards the single goal of easing pain and restoring function to our patients. There will be some long hours and a few hard problems to solve, but you will not be alone at these times.
Medtronic is a great company to work for. You will see how your work directly contributes to saving and improving people's health and lives. You will thrive here if you work in the right team that is a good fit for your skills and work for the right boss who appreciates your talent and contributions.
Hiring during boom and layoffs during downturn.
Sometimes think about returning. Love workin ? From home. The cafe was awesome. A lot to learn. Lot of training. Must learn quickly. Cubicle privacy
Work from home doing the holidays
Returning to the building after the holidays
While working at medtronic i was basically bored during my employment. I did not get hired on to medtronic to use my degree. My title was an order processor but all i did was drive the lift and pick the orders that was printed off of the computer. I would then take the order that i picked and go to the shipping station and box them up, seal the box, and print a shipping label to send them to their desired location. All of this was inside of a warehouse without any windows. It was not my favorite thing to go inside the warehouse on a beautiful sunny spring day and have to miss out on the sunshine to perform a job that anybody could do. I dont want to sound ungrateful because i was grateful that i had a job and could provide for myself, but me personally, i love a challenge. I want to be able to have a job that the company needs me for. A job where im the only one who can bring the unique skills to the table that i have. I enjoy a job where I'm an asset to the company, not just a number in their system that can be replaced easily. I wanted to be doing a job where i could put to use the resources I gained through college. Basically Medtronic pushed me to pursue a dream that i had of owning my own company. Thats why i left medtronic was to start my own company. Medtronic is a great place to work though to get your foot in the door of a great company. They had great benefits and if you stayed on with medtronic you could definitely climb the ladder there. It would take some time but it was possible because they always wanted to promote within.
Typical day at work is constantly changing priorities. Workplace culture is diverse Management is open and always willing to resolve issues Learned how to manage various sites and their expectations Hardest part of the job is lack of communication of Senior Leadership The most enjoyable part is working on teams with other people
I was promised a position before accepting the position that I am currently in, but once they got me in the door, things changed very quickly. Traveling all the time, turned down for a promotion that was promised to me, asked to go above and beyond duties all the time and I never told them no and I see no other way out but to find a different position outside the company.
Unloaded, received and autoclaved incoming shipments Audited and inspected received sample sets from meeting and rep request Provided detailed inventory lists and appropriate documents for each shipment Accurately configured, audited and shipped sample sets, displays, displays, graphics and interdepartmental items per SAP requirements Utilized gauges, tools and equipment to complete in-depth assessments