Former Sporeplacer (Former Employee) – Covington, GA – August 2, 2017
The management Is terrible. The team leaders don't care about anything but themselves. Supervisors lie to you and tell you they are going to do something and don't do it. One main supervisor doesn't know a thing runs and hides every time a quote big wig shows up. Has no knowledge of the department he is suppose to be running. Human Resources is terrible very unprofessional and rude has a very nasty attitude. They allow those that have been there for years to get away with anything including threating other employees with violence and talk to people any kind of way. Just not a very good place to work. One set of rules for those they like and those they don't. doesn't matter how good you do your job or show up everyday. They good people that work their are always looked down on.
Research and Development Technician (Former Employee) – New Hope, MN – June 24, 2017
Lutonix in new hope was truly the worst place I have ever worked. They treat contractors like dogs, order food and don't invite contractors but they can have the leftovers. They are not invited to any meetings. Very unorganized. Employees sit with nothing to do until production lead decides to show up. Always rebuilding product from lack of good training and organizing. It's a revolving door not only for contractors but permanent employees as well. After they lay you off with zero notice they have the nerve to ask if you want to come back. Like you just sit around and wait for them. They have people who sit around all day I and do nothing.Not sure how they manage to keep operating there with all the disarray.
International Customer Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Murray Hill, NJ – May 11, 2017
Bard has been a great place to learn the ins and outs of international customer service. There is a wide disparity in management style, department to department. This is hardly a forward-thinking company when it comes to technology and new ideas.
Manufacturing Associate (Former Employee) – Queensbury, NY – December 17, 2016
This place is awful and is filled with constant drama. There is absolutely no professional atomsphere and the management is useless, majority of the time they feed into the drama too. You can find a better job with the little pay you make here especially when pay is maxed out around $15 and there's people who've worked there for 20+ years and that's all they make. It doesn't matter how good of a job you do, you don't get recognized for it and you definitely don't get a pay increase.
Customer Care Specialist I (Current Employee) – Covington, GA – November 27, 2016
Gaining employment with C R Bard has been a very fulfilling experience for me. Learning that the person right next to you could be wearing a medical device that is essential to every day life function is somewhat shocking. So many things that come naturally to me are taken for granted. This position opened my eyes to that fact and many more. At some point in our lives we ave all needed some type of medical assistance. Whether it was major or minor. I learned that in the Medical Equipment field, not all medical equipment is considered a necessity. Though this is considered incorrect, they should be. Anytime your bodily functions are not functioning the equipment is necessity. It is so difficult having companies turn down patient prescriptions, due to insurance reasons. Somethings we have no control over. Those that we do however, are very enlightening. Making sure patients are receiving services and things are functioning properly, is the most rewarding feeling ever. I can honest say that I know that I have helped changed lives.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Queensbury, NY – July 18, 2016
The employees are the best part of Bard. They encouraged me, gave me the training from their experience. The problrm: every employee had their own way of performing the job. It made it difficult to adapt. The management of training is nonexistent. They need to specify one consistent trainer & one way teaching how to perform the job.
Executive Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Covington, GA – July 11, 2016
Always a new day. Loved my co-workers and the hardest part of the job was trying to keep up with the changes that can occur and figuring out the executives next steps, however, it was very rewarding when you were able to help that executive get what he needed before he could ask for it and he was able to do his job seamlessly.
Great healthcare and very easy to work with executives.
Sometimes, not a enough time in the day to get everything you wanted done.
Sr. Engineering/Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – March 25, 2016
Overall I have nothing good to say about C. R. Bard in Tempe, AZ. As long as the executive staff got their enormous bonuses at the end of the year the work was tolerable. When C. R. Bard took over company, profit sharing and any other good thing for production/facility staff was eliminated.
Working for multi-billion dollar company was not good.
Senior Business Technology Analyst (Current Employee) – Murray Hill, NJ – March 21, 2016
Been with the company for over 11 years and I'm sad to see it come to an end in June of this year. Over the years it was a great place to work and good people to work with. Unfortunately, over the past few years the environment has changed and its become less like a family and more like work... Outside of that it's been a good company to work for.
Product Documention Specialist (Former Employee) – Covington, GA – November 23, 2015
I worked at Acuity for many years and went through many changes, all in all it is a very good place to work. Managers are in general very understanding in regards to personal and family emergencies. The pay is above average in comparison to other companies with the same job responsibilities.
Above average pay
Must be willing to except changes at a rapid pace.
International Product Manager (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – December 15, 2014
I truly enjoyed my time with the company, the people are great the products are top quality and I loved living in Logan, Ut. The only issue I had was with a two professionals at home it’s hard to find good paying jobs in this valley, also the pay at TMO isn’t great but the area is less expensive to live in too.
Poor Work/Life Balance, Poor Outlook For IT Professionals
Information Technology (Current Employee) – Corporate Services – May 29, 2014
Sadly mismanaged from the top down. No room for advancement, they hire consultants although they "say" they promote from within. Poor pay compared to the amount of hours actually worked to complete your duties.