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No work-life balance and equity, very stressful place to work. They make it uncomfortable for a person to take sick leave or any leave. They micro manage and address people poorly and when you leave they will give bad reference to block your future endeavors.
No work-life balance
You work your 40 weekly hours and get paid, that's basically it. Environment depends on which medtronic you work on but mine had a very strong high school mentality.
Get paid every friday, benefits, rotations between standing and sitting
Exhausting, not enough pay, strange ethics
Medtronic is a great place to work. The mission of the company is forefront and knowing that the work you do here has direct impact on improving peoples lives globally.
Medtronic est une belle entreprise afin d'acquérir de l'expérience et des compétences. Il y a des règles pour tout même pour évoluer dans sa carrière. Le réseau est primordial voire capital.
Salaire et avantages sociaux
Legal & regulatory
I'm based in manufacturing facility in Singapore. Unprofessional working environment, no carrier advancement. A Company without vision, only concern is maney making. The superior are terrible people
No vision, poor management, no carrier advancement, racism, partiality, favour
* No work life balance* Work env. is very un-organized * So much work stress in software department, * Life is chaos here specially with offshore-onshore model at software R&D* Management expect a lot from you* No one is here to help you*Poor planning at work* R&D at Northridge is full of chaos , poor management, so many calls with offshore-onshore. Managers expect you to deliver everything quickly.
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.
I worked for Medtronic for over 2 years, it was not a good experience! I will get straight to the point and tell those of you who are reading this review stay away from this place! Medtronic has allowed a particular group of individuals to take over and they will discriminate against you. If you do not fit the color of the majority of the people there they will discriminated against you! Racism is rampant at this place! If your color is not the color of the majority who rules there and has Consolidated power to Supreme status you will be isolated, you will be discriminated against, and eventually you will either be fired or you will quit! They will bend over backwards for their own people who are the majority there, but if you're not the color of their skin they will not help you whatsoever! You will watch this happen day in, and day out !Not a place you want to go stay away!
No work-life balance.
Medtronic was good at times, but the hours were tough. 12 hour shifts were the most common, and just to keep afloat a lot of people had to do overtime. They were stressed and excessive repetition caused carpal tunnel in a lot of people I noticed. Safety was high. Medtronic wanted quantity and quality, so you needed pretty fast hands. I have nimble fingers, I was able to work quickly while maintaining efficiency. I saw people get fired for falling behind in numbers. I can understand if you're a new recruit and aren't able to get the numbers to where they want, but what if you're old and have been there for years? The culture of the place was fine. A melting pot of a lot of different people actually.The best part of the job was being able to jump in on new things once you had mastered the old. I learned to operate the machinery as a stepping stone for bigger and brighter things. I learned how to operate the systems for the same reasons. This helped both me and the company out so I wasn't always doing monotonous and highly repetitive work. Also the monthly meeting to be honest. We would pour over the data, see what needed to be fixed and what UPPER management would help with. I wouldn't consider this an end goal.
Heathcare, moral support from co-workers
Low compensation, heath issues