Pros: decent pay, getting better at employee recognition, interaction with co-workers, yearly engagement surveys
Cons: micro managing, bad communication, lack of training, bi weekly kaizens, no input from employees, management
Limited opportunities to advance within the company. There is a good work/life balance. Sometimes there are times where the supervisors ask you to work overtime while they stay home and enjoy their weekend. There is a lot of favoritism. Expect to run out of parts every month or so as Danaher policy with paying vendors. Simple solutions get ignored to try and solve an bigger problem that isn't present. Management is hard to get ahold of in between the meetings they are usually in all day.