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There are times when coming into a 12 hour shift that you will find yourself walking into a room full of machines that are down. There is not a single thing you can do about it, especially for night shift, most of the time there won't be an engineer who can bring the tools up. Also, you are not atleast compensated for sitting in a room full of whirring tools for 12 hours, instead you are welcomed with "work" they find for you, such as things that are not within your job scope or trained to do. Or, you can use your personal paid time to leave through your manager, or better yet, if you're a contractor you leave without pay. Sure, a night or two occasionally is fine, but several weeks consisting of a few actual work nights gets very tiresome. Sometimes sacrificing some pay or personal time keeps you sane. Sitting under bright white lights, with lots of white noise and at night time gets old quick.The other kicker is when you finally get through a slow shift, you may be (what feels like) interrogated by your team lead or someone else of authority as to why you didn't run the tools. Or, if a tool is having issues but you are debating whether to put it down (because the lack of communication between engineers, supervisors and team leads) the operators catch the heat, since they were told one thing by someone and another by someone else. Sometimes, no matter what decision you make, whether to put the tool down or not depending on the circumstance, you will catch the heat.
Health benefits, work benefits, good pay
Communication, downtime, coverage, training, support
Great pay and benefits but I couldn’t work Saturdays anymore . People are okay but they don’t mind their own business, lots of people reporting about other people taking long breaks
My career at Medtronic was satisfying. I was trained as an Assembler II. I came to work in manufacturing with a medical background but no real experience making medical devices. My Manager trained me in all aspects of the job. It was a very good learning experience. I will be indebted to him for the rest of my life. I took an early voluntary retirement for health reasons or I would still be working there. Yes, there were some issues with management, but every large Corporation has them. Overall it was a very good experience. Medtronic is a very good employer.
The ability to learn new procedures
The night time hours
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Working with a true team that is proud of their company and goes the extra mile to make sure they are as successful as possible. They are a big corporation and as such it is a bit of a bureaucracy.
dedication and competency at all levels
outdated manufacturing operating system
I enjoyed working at Medtonic. It was a productive place and challenging at times. I worked on qualifying the Resist Array Network device. Designed DOEs, ran experiments in the cleanroom and analyzed data using Minitab. I highly recommend this company.
- Poor pay scale, if you have experience they do NOT care. - Easy to learn, poor equipment to work with. - No maintenance to cover shifts needed. - No management to be found on the floor. - Engineers, management and Technicians are waaaaay overpaid. - If you are looking to advance, you would be at the wrong company. If you do advance your pay rate will move up to that of a good fast food cook. - Good people work here, I don't know why?
Place where things can get done on time, but definitely a feeling of needing to be a go-getter and promote communication. A great place to get a foothold for one's career in needing to leap off to other places.
Good company, good work-life balance. Interesting work. Plenty of training opportunities. Strong focus on diversity. Good intercompany communication processes
Benefits are good
Quality System beuracracy is very high
At Medtronic, I thoroughly enjoyed my management, team and workplace culture. Upon joining my team, I was welcomed, given a mentor and had leadership looking to help me develop in my career by providing advancement opportunities. My corporate education and training was superb.
Do not recommend if you are a contractor. The development of the product was slow and tedious. Engineering staff was as professional as most companies. The supervision was not at best a good management system. The took time to give open door policy.
High paced clean room environment. High expectations in doing job properly per specific work instructions. Lots of opportunities to improve your status in the company, opportunities to move up internally.
Quality work environment
Great company and mission statement, friendly coworkers, and many on site facilities - full cafeteria, gym, showers, yoga classes, wifi. The most enjoyable part was working with people in different departments that you felt were more like friends/neighbors. The hardest part was the after hours support - you need to be there if something needs to be replaced at that moment. No compensation for after hours time worked.
Onsite cafe, sundries shop, competitive pay
after hours work is not compensated
By far the best company I have ever worked for. A very supportive environment that encourages growth and gives employees opportunities if they want them. Work/life balance is great. Lots of collaboration on projects. Enormous emphasis on quality.
Great benefits, quality oriented, very established company, work /life balance
Never enough time in the day to do all the things I need to do.
As I said the company was not perfect and from time to time there were discrepancies. Yet I would return to work there if possible ( I have asthma) they were a medical facility. They made defibulators, stents, pace makers and electronic devices for Parkinson's disease.
excellent benefits, wages, 2 week shut downs during holidays, etc....
some of my bosses were great the other not so great.