Project Manager (Former Employee) – Illinois – November 17, 2017
Mangement cares NOTHING about employees, and even less about the patients their products are aimed at. Greedy company driven purely by profit over ethics. Managers promote a toxic work environment, offer zero training, and are incapable of managing people. Current CEO is slime.
Just don't even bother with this hulking giant of a company. It will be sold and broken up into pieces, if the FDA doesn't do that first. Just a disgusting place to work.
Pay is good.
Everything outside of pay. Benefits are not up to industry standard.
Intry level Assembler temp (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – November 12, 2017
I have nothing bad to say about Baxter's except it doesn't have a cafeteria, And it was only a temp job. Its very fast paced, the managers may not have time to teach you the employees always willing to help. I really met a lot of nice people their.
Material Handler I (Former Employee) – Cleveland, MS – November 6, 2017
Being able to conduct a 200% verification on all product while in process and before start up. Everyone was always on the move throughout their shift. The hardest part of the job was making sure all product was pull correctly and verified before start up.
Back Up Material Handler (Former Employee) – Cleveland, MS – November 6, 2017
A typical day at work for me is walking into clean rooms to do checks and audits and everything is clean and in place. Everyone is garbed and doing their responsibilities, whether I find PM issues or defects in the product, I follow the proper procedures to solve the issue because at the end of the day, quality comes first!
It was a very short stay at Baxter Healthcare for one year
senior chemist (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – November 4, 2017
I did not stay at Baxter for more than a year.The work I did was mainly focussed on bovine jugular veins and its biochemistry.The work was a very slow process of fixation of bovine valves in glutaraldehyde and then it was given to histology lab for embedding and cutting the tissue at 3-4 microns.Although the work was very challenging but I had to leave as I got a better offer at PSJMC.
I started as a labor for a short time. The work was seasonal and each time I learned additional things. I went mechanical assistance and together with the mechanic we made preventive maintenance and mechanical repairs.
Senior Manager, Global Marketing (Current Employee) – Deerfield, IL – October 30, 2017
Depends on who you work for or which group you work in.
Not all managers are the same, each manager come with their own perspective on things and if that happen to jive with yours, then you can have a good experience, if you don't, you might be thinking of moving around.
Strategy tends to change quite frequently which leads to not completing your tasks