Risk and Strategy Intern (Current Employee) – New Providence, NJ – December 28, 2016
C.R Bard is a very exciting place to work. The challenges faced on a daily based helps you to grow as long as you are wiling to buckle down and embrace each challenge. Employees are very friendly and willing to answers questions or point you in the right direction.
Human Resources Assistant (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – December 26, 2016
The company is in a middle of moving to another building so there were only like 10 employees in the old building where I was in. Everybody was concentrated in their work, but in the little moments we get to socialize, everybody was nice and friendly.
Engineering Intern (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – October 31, 2016
There is always a way to make a contribution, though you have the freedom to choose what you want to do, as long as you get your work done. Co-workers are easy to work with and the management is respectful and open minded most of the time.
Production Operator (Former Employee) – Humacao Municipio, PR – August 10, 2016
They don not offer job opportunities at long term or professional development. Very poor benefits.The work was very easy to learn in any area or department. I am a person who wants to progress and develop my skills and career.
a typical day at bard was good. Its been good time and bad time. i learned a lot more about how cathiers are made and what they are use for. I also learn how to work with other people. The management was good with good communication. The co-workers was nice and respectful. The hardest part was the bad smell. The most enjoyable part was seeing all my hard working co workers.
Territory Business Manager (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 4, 2016
Bard porvides/affords the opportuniyt to understand full accountability of sales and sales expectations. The companies products fulfill the needs of the interventional nephrologist working with access issues related to the dialysis market.
All purpose unloader (Former Employee) – Moncks Corner, SC – December 23, 2015
They pay starting out isn't worth it for the amount of work. Most of the time treated poorly even when your a hard worker and do everything your supposed to do. Poor attitudes by most making it an unfriendly negative work place. Honestly I would never work there again not because of the job because of the people.
Great company to work for long term. Great benefits and compensation. Products are clinically superior. Passionate to better patient outcomes with product advancements. Unfortunately do not relocate within Divisions to other territories.
Great teamwork, excellent communication with Manager, wonderful customer relations
Fast-paced work environment with a multi-faceted industry experience
R&D Intern (Current Employee) – Irvine, CA – April 23, 2015
I learned a lot about how a medical device company works. As a small subsidiary of C.R. Bard, we function as a startup. This leads to employees, especially R&D personnel, to wear many "hats". I've had the chance to immerse myself in product development, manufacturing, clinical, and quality control through this dynamic internship.
Catered lunches, monthly happy hours
Sometimes too fast-paced; too many projects can be overwhelming when pushed by hard deadlines
Was very complex yet very interesting work environment
Manufacturing (Former Employee) – Queensbury, NY – January 2, 2015
It was a very sanitary environment and employees had to wear proper attire to cover areas of the body that could of spread unwanted germs. At first my anxiety was very high and I had to keep myself occupied to keep my mind off of it. However the attire required is important for the safety of those patients who will be put in contact with that merchandise. I learned all about how the facilities were organized and how strict the protocols were in regard to yielding so many catheter by the ended of every week. I also learned how complex every department is and how much of an abundance of merchandise is shipped every week. Managers worked hard to run every department and to be fair to the co-workers. Co-workers all had to be team players in order to make sure that group of manufacturers were on the same page. The hardest part of the job was the tedious repetition required in an eight hour shift. However I enjoyed the pay and I got to listen to music which was a plus.
Employed in the packing area. People were nice to work with, you worked in a small team environment on different packing machines. I learned how to load and pack out in just about every area in the packing department. Management was professional Co - workers were productive and good people Depended on the area of packing you worked in Knowing that I could fill in anywhere because I had learned other jobs