Intern (Current Employee) – Marion, NC – February 21, 2017
The facility's condition reflects the company's continuous efforts to maintain industry standard. It is obvious that a change in culture is brewing.The staff however express disdain and seem almost unconvinced.
Good to work, get experience and move on to a better company that can provide retired benefit. Many hours working. I learn al the suppy chain, proyect managment; planning process and procurement, purchasing and sousing systems, warehousing, logistics and inventory control.
Sr. Account Exc./Portfolio manager (Current Employee) – Fresno, CA – November 10, 2016
Baxter has changed their total dynamic on how they do business. It is unfortunate that they (Management) do not understand who they are selling to and why! Its time for a change for most of the existing employees at Baxter Health care.
It's a fun place to work... But I want more for myself
Filling Operator (Current Employee) – NC – November 10, 2016
I want more for myself... I work to be able to grow more in the work place... They don't care bout their people anymore... Work 6 days for 5 years.. An it doesn't seems to be getting more.. It's gotten worse... Things are not looking good for baxter
Validation Technician (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – November 9, 2016
I worked in the Validation area performing validation on equipment. I've worked here in the LA area as well as the IL area. for over 25 +years. performing in areas validating autoclave e to Steam In Place equipment.
Training Coordinator (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – November 8, 2016
I would love to return to Baxter, one of the best places I have worked for. I would recommend this company to friends and family. The fellow employees are great folks to work with, they treat you the way they want to be treated.
Positive work environment, great people, fair review process, wonderful benefits
Project/Program Manager (Current Employee) – Deerfield, IL – November 1, 2016
The new CEO has brought in a certain level of optimism and energy into the company. There is a major HR initiative to bring work life balance and flex work options. But restructuring, cost cutting and constant lay-off keeps morale down, tension high and pressure on the employees.
Consultant-SR Project Manager IT (Current Employee) – Round Lake, IL – October 31, 2016
Great benefits, good life balance. As an consultant I am working on a variety of projects within different functional areas which is interesting-never a dull moment. The systems are questionable due to the split up of the company (Baxter-Shire) and the data migration.