Coordinator Customer Service (Current Employee) – Gloucester,-uk – May 10, 2017
Allowed to organise your own work load You can learn ..ever day Talk the talk ..sometime make changes ..without understanding the results ...vintage ideas No flexibility in working hours The people ..love being part of a team
Design & Installation Project Manager - US/Canada (Former Employee) – Addison, IL – February 8, 2017
OK Company to work for. To many uncertainties among management which is a shame because the company's concept is wonderful. Environment is good however when management is uncertain is creates an uneasy, uncertain vibe among the culture of the company.
Service Consultant (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX – July 13, 2016
enjoy the day with many challenges. I learned to provide better customer service team building is important to have a successful organization I enjoy dealing with different customers every time the hardest part of my job was making sure all employees work together
Electrical Engineer Intern (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – May 31, 2016
As electrical engineering intern, I felt as if I was apart of team. We had weekly meetings of the tasks and responsibilities given to each member of the team to complete for the week. Management was great in guiding and cooperating with my experience at the job. Coworkers were very approachable and friendly.
Whole company was fun to work with.
Did not get to participate on the design. My internship started on testing.
Managing Supervisor/Service Consultant (Former Employee) – Clive, IA – November 11, 2015
The principle of the business is fantastic and would let us feel that we had made a difference in a patients comfort and provided a service to them that was helping their healing process. However, their was an enormous communication gap between each job and how everyone was going to work together to achieve a goal. Internally the company was a mess. My direct management was fantastic, but as you went up the ladder there was little to no communication as far as where the company was going, what kind of financial goals each depot had, trouble shooting products, initiating a new computer system, customer service after hours was based in London and any customer that needed to talk to someone within our company had to talk to them, they were then transferred to Texas, then to us, I could go on and on and on. The information that we were told as employee's was that there was a three plan that was being implemented to make us a world leader in the medical equipment market, however we were not told that part of that plan was shutting down 28 depots throughout the US and laying off many many people. Not only did we lose our jobs but more importantly patients were denied our products that were better than any others because the bottom line was not where they wanted it to be.
Territory Manager (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – June 23, 2015
I have recently worked for ArjoHuntleigh where, I loved working within the Organization and enjoyed working as Territory Manager. I covered the territories from Long Beach, Orange County, and Inland Empire to San Diego, CA. During this position, I worked with Clinical Nurse Specialist, Nursing Educators and WOCN’s within the assigned accounts. I also have provided product in-services, product support and training to the nursing staff. I also have participated in Prevalence & Incidence rounds within the assigned account
Service Consultant (Current Employee) – Roanoke, Virginia – May 26, 2015
My day was spent delivering and servicing therapeutic beds and equipment at local hospitals and nursing homes. I learned how to work in the fast-paced medical industry and how to ensure strict quality control.
Accounting (Current Employee) – Addison, IL – May 3, 2015
Good work environment, nice perks, many employees can work from home. Flexible work schedule. Company downsizing by going to a shared service model. Management focuses on short term savings and not long term results.
Free coffee, excellent lunchroom area, able to work from home. Clean positive environment.
great benefits & compensation, very dedicated employees, & personally rewarding
Regional Manager Technical Service (Former Employee) – Temple, TX – February 23, 2015
Very good company with high standards and great products and services.
A typical work day can be unpredictable and challenging yet very rewarding based on the fact that the company is in the "healing" business.
Management has a good vision and plan for the future. Communication, however, can be a deadly pitfall if not addressed in the very near future. The lack of communication is, by far, the most disappointing/frustrating part of the job.
The best part of the job is knowing that team members are actually making an impactful difference in peoples lives on a daily basis.