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It was a fun place to work with a lot of support from workmates. It was an environment where employees got recognized based on their level of hard work. That alone served as a morale booster
No paid time off
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Management was very clicky and unfriendly. Full time employees treated contracts with disdain as if they were a waste of time and were very cut throat among each other resulting in a confusion for contract employees
Medtronic is a well known medical device company hence is very strict in procedures, documentation and training. It has a very high demand of the different products they manufacture, reason why there is a lot of work for every single position in the company. Workplace culture and management is amazing and definitely a great place to work and learn. The hardest part of the job is the workload since products has high marketing demand. The most enjoyable part of the job besides the work environment is the joy of creating a device that actually improves the quality of life for many patients that depends on this products.
Overtime, paid sick days and vacations, 401K, medical and dental insurance.
I learned a lot about work culture and communicating with other people in a big organisation. The importance of meeting deadlines, business quarters and preparing for internal and external audits. I learned how to co-ordinate with groups site wide in Manufacturing, Qulaity Control and Compliance in order to ensure product was released. A good example of this would be a new product launch. Working with Medtronic made me realise the importance of the products they make and how they have a lasting, positive impact on people's lives. This highlighted the importance of my role as a QA Release worker. We were tasked with ensuring all our finished medical devices were made to the highest standards, that finished devices were tested thoroughly and passed appropriate specifications. We also Device history documentation was reviewed and compliant with Medtronic QMS. All of this was carried out to ensure patient safety and that the Medtronic brand name would continue to be associated with high standards of Quality and Reliability.
Subsidized meals, Christmas Bonus
Shutdown during raceweek (You had to take holiday this time of year)
however, there are managers in certain areas that should not be leading departments or areas, they have no experience what so ever. Some of the management is so un-ethical and did not follow procedure. Some managers make the company look shady and bad, but overall the company had good benefits and it's a good environment. I was actually bummed out to have been let go, but life goes on and I had to find other work... In my area there was not many opportunities for promotions or advancements.
Allot of Vacation Days
Bad managers in certain areas
Good workplace with good partnership with recess area (ping pong and billiards), strong responsive with the community and employees necessity. Good and accessible leadership.
Good shifts, good programs with the community, good leadership
Short breaks. Expensive health care, small parking area
I started at this company many years ago as a temp. I worked hard because a typical day at work means being able to react to unforeseen situations. However, if you are able and willing to go through the tough time opportunity will present itself.
A typical day at work it was allways follow procedures and I learned a lot like prepare and pack the medical device.Every day was a new challenge of how much we were going to ship.It was a culture of family. it was nothing hard and everything was enjoyable.
I was trained well so when I got to work I could work with no supervision. There was some occasional lack of communication so made it difficult to always do my job properly. I learned how to Archive all the hard copy files. My Supervisor was nice and very accommodating for time off when needed but was in frequent meetings so was not around much. I liked my co-workers and felt very comfortable working with them. The hardest part of the job for me was that all Documentation had to be hand written which caused me to develop "Carpal Tunnel Syndrome" and I had to have surgery. My hand is doing great now. I enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere.
Relaxed atmosphere. Friendly and nice people to work with.
Documentation was all hand written.
Most days I would work in inspection, measuring parts that came in from other depts. I helped out in Packaging when needed... I learned to work at a steady pace and be responsible for your own work. Management was ok at times but there was favoritism going on and not being around when you needed them. Co- workers were all good people to work with. Hardest part of the job was getting last minute product done that needed to go out the door...Enjoyable part was my breaks talking with other co-workers.
insurance, people I worked with and getting paid every week.
favoritism, not being available
A typical day at work was always a learning experience as far as dealings with the medical instruments. I learned the importants of spinal instrument use and how they saved lives.Management had a great team and always showed appreciation.The hardest part about the job was staying awake because the entire warehouse sat down for twelve hours doing a very simple task.The most enjoyable part was making the easy money.