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The work culture is good and have the best benefits with maternity leave,sick paid leave.partenity leave,bonuses,overtime and great pay.Had alot of team building from time to time,pot lucks,great training,paid school etc
Enough break in a day, free food once in a while, great benefits
Work very involving and tiresome
This company is well known, and because of that I thought highly of it. However, no matter the amount of work you put Into your shift it is nearly impossible to be promoted because of the volume of employees. I’ve worked with individuals who were level two assemblers after ten years. That’s right ten years and no management or supervisor offers.
I reported s. harassment charges to the supervisor about a specific employee. The only thing that happened to that employee was she was moved to another building. The supervisor obviously didn't want to ruin the name of Medtronic so he kept quiet about it. Medtronic clearly doesn't take s. harassment charges seriously
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I liked my supervisors and the other management immediately above me. I disliked the overall company direction when it came to enforcement of company policy, people were fired for being a mere minute late but kept around for wasting tens of thousands of dollars of company resources. Absurd decisions like that make career advancements a crapshoot, but worth a try. For its faults, I enjoyed my time there.
It’s a good company because it’s help people to get their healthy when they feels a surgery problem and I’d like to save people’s life too .i need another job because the time is not good for me just because I would like to go to school
Together, we can change healthcare worldwide. At Medtronic, we push the limits of what technology, therapies and services can do to help alleviate pain, restore health and extend life. We challenge ourselves and each other to make tomorrow better than yesterday. It is what makes this an exciting and rewarding place to be. We want to accelerate and advance our ability to create meaningful innovations - but we will only succeed with the right people on our team. Let’s work together to address universal healthcare needs and improve patients’ lives. Help us shape the future.
Job was ok and co-workers are very nice, there is a lot going on many jobs and many people with different nationalities which is very interesting. The only downfall is management. I worked under a very arrogant manager.
Management at the manufacturing floor level is poor. They are not really competent, intelligent, innovative people generally speaking. Workplace culture is easy-going, yet there is a lot of uneducated, petty, childish people that makes the place seem more like a high school than manufacturing plant sometimes. There are a lot of nice friendly people though. Professionalism and hard-work is definitely not universal in that place and it comes down to the individual a lot of times. Don't get me wrong, certain departments (e.g. mechanics, upper management, quality assurance) are very professional and dedicated. However, there is a lot of incompetency, low morale, and professionalism which probably is due in part to machine operators not getting paid enough for the value of work they do. Hardest part of the job is the constant physical labor of keeping the machine running, including minor trouble-shooting and maintanance. The most enjoyable part of the job is when the shift is over... no kidding.
Easy-going work environment, a lot of friendly people, the place (including the machines) is well designed and maintained, decent break times
Too many immature, uneducated people who like to gossip, tease, fool around, Poor mid-level, and floor-level management