Senior Director of IT/IS (Current Employee), Miami, FL – September 16, 2014
Pros: life style
Cons: 75% traveling
Very challenging but rewarding. The company provided the supports and tools to do your job. Management supports and encourage new ideas and initiatives. I have the opportunity to shape my future and impact the companies future. This is what a like the most of my job.
Executive Assistant (Current Employee), Mansfield, Massachusetts – September 13, 2014
Pros: one free day per year for philanthropic work
This company provides daily benefits to its employees. There is a gym onsite with multiple opportunities to take classes or work out independently. There are wellness coaches to assist with healthy living. Finally, there is a subsidized cafeteria that provides healthy choices for eating. Starting vacation is 3 weeks and we work a 37 1/2 week.
Business Analyst (Current Employee), Mansfield, MA – September 1, 2014
Pros: hard working employees that genuinly care
Cons: company no longer employee centric
Was once a great place to work, but things have changed over the years so that it is now just an ok place to work. Has good middle and upper management, but continued drive for cost savings has stretched many departments to a breaking point.
Master Scheduler Systems Development (Current Employee), Crystal Lake, IL – August 7, 2014
Loved working here, the management is engaged, the benefits are outstanding, the teamwork and team culture are second to none. There is always someone willing to help when you get stuck and they really excel at balancing home and work even in trying times for the business
Administrative Assistant III / Doc Coordinator (Former Employee), Commerce, Tx – August 5, 2014
Covidien Commerce was a great place to work, with good people and management. I learned a lot starting with production moving up to the management team. This plant was one of the most productive and dedicated teams within Covidien.
Medical Assembler (Former Employee), Argyle NY – August 2, 2014
Pros: company bonus's, picnics and lunches
Cons: short breaks and the company leaving
I learned HIPP , FDA , and how to be GMP compliant while working at Covidien. Time management was a very big part of our day. Working in a small space with a large amount of people you became close to your co-workers. They became more like family than co-workers. The most enjoyable part of my job was my extended family the hardest part of my job was – more... leaving them everyday. – less