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Overall great company to work for. The money is great if you can get the business. Great benefits with mostly good and trusting people. I left for another opportunity and it was very difficult decision. There a lot of pros about working for the market leader.
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Medtronic is overall and excellent organization. It seemed well resourced and the work is highly interesting and engaging. It is also an enormous organization, in constant change. It was at time hard to get work done, in that accountabilities and decision rights are not always clear. As a result it can at times be a conservative place, and sometimes not very agile. That said, employee experience is highly dependent on your departmental leadership.
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Poor work/life balance. Terrible senior leadership. Leadership doesn't care about employees or patients anymore. All they care about rather than building value is stripping the value for the benefits of the C-Suite, CEO, Shareholders and Board. Company use to be amazing, but they have systematically reduced benefits, compensation and any other advantage that existed to work there.
Management does not follow the company mission. This is concerning for a company this size and the footprint that they have in the medical industry. They cannot simply have a mission and not hold all employees to it. This is counter productive.
Medtronic is a great place to work, large company, great benefits package including health and life insurance, vehicle allowance, 2 weeks vacation pay. Many different divisions provide ability to transfer within the company.
Sometimes company feels too big, difficult to get things done
Good Company and benefits. But san francisco location shut down. Overall Company was very professional. During the lay off they helped us find new Jobs. Too bad that our office had to close.
Great products, innovation technology long hours, woman wont advance at the same speed than men even thought woman were as prepared or more than men most enjoyable part serving the patients and physicians
company cars 401k insurance, great training
no life balance
Typical day involved sales call to hospitals and surgeon offices. Very professional environment. Fast paced and stressful. Rewarding for bringing life enhancing products to market.
Dynamic business environment
Numerous parties involved in decision making regarding use of products.
Good company. Great devices. Worked with and for several divisions and management was mostly good with a typical few bad apples. Training not as robust as it used to be. Reduction in surgeon education hurt the business. Backorders were constant. Direct sales to distributors calling on accounts in my territory sold devices at a lower price.
Reduction of territory and pay over time
If you are a college grad and you have no experience other than retail or food services, Medtronic Diabetes division is a good start. After 2 years and there is no movement, I would recommend looking at other medical device companies. Be prepared for micro management, unrealistic goals, favoritisms, hard time scheduling time off, forced to work late on end of month and end of quarter. computer systems that are obsolete, upset customers. Other than that the health benefits and 401k match is good.
I enjoyed working at Medtronic. I was able to learn how to better communicate with customers to fulfill their needs. I was able to use my skills to troubleshoot problems and meet our clients needs. The training opportunities set me up to succeed within the company.
The culture and mission drive the company, regardless of management. Advancement largely depends on who you know rather than what you've achieved. There is an unfortunate lack of diversity.
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