Customer Fulfillment Representative (Former Employee) – Leetsdale PA – January 18, 2016
I really liked the job but do to my physical limitations I could not perform the job. As specified in my interview - I told them I could not perform all of the duties due to so much lifting and bending. I was hired for Customer Service but it turned into much more.
SENIOR GROUP LEADER (Former Employee) – Braintree, MA – April 20, 2015
I worked in distribution and controlled the inventory. I was responsible for all receiving. I was responsible for the locations of all the product. I was the senior group leader and had a crew of 6 people working for me . I never left until every order was shipped.
Busy, Good Benefits and Good pay.
An inept custumer service. Poor decisions from upper management.
Maintenance Technician II (Former Employee) – Draper, UT – February 25, 2015
You will live under FEAR for your job. If you do not work enough overtime, fit into the click they will fire you. They hide behind something called there Cardinal Rules. And BOOM your gone. Even the site director lies to all the employees stating there are on the same level as companies such as BD, and Edwards Life Science. But nothing is farther from the truth. They have people in leadership positions that have no place being there. Technicians throw each other under the bus. Terrible double standards. HR department is pro management, NOT pro employee.
Group Leader- Manufacturing (Current Employee) – Braintree, MA – February 24, 2015
I help manage a team of direct labor employees to help meet corporate production goals, all while following GMP (good Manufacturing Practice), SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures), and SIs (Standing Instructions). I have learned lean manufacturing and helped implement a one piece flow system on our production lines. The job has many challenges, but one of the greatest challenges comes from the constantly changing schedule, and we sometimes have to do a few line changes over the course of week. Part shortages that shut down lines is also a challenge, and this can sometimes create unrest with some of the employees. The most enjoyable part of the job is having the lines run constantly and efficiently for a couple weeks without having any shutdowns. It's really rewarding seeing how well your lines can work when there are no issues.
Material Coordiantor (Former Employee) – Draper, UT – February 24, 2015
The people you work with are generally amazing. However, management is a joke! Improper training, or lack of training is a common trend here. Like any company, there are expectations that are meant to be met, but without the proper training it really turns into a sink or swim situation. You end up training yourself most of what you need to know. For a company where they make medical supplies, you'd expect better involvement from upper management. I've had better experiences working for a grocery store or a gas station forever ago while in high school. I don't recommend anyone to work here until they fix management.
fun group of people to work with.
hr is the slowest department. if you're looking for a response, expect 3-4 months of a waiting period regardless of the situation.
Machine Operator/Assembler (Current Employee) – Leetsdale, PA – August 10, 2014
A typical day at work includes fixing faults on machines, keeping the work area clean, packing our products, and stalking the machines. We also fill out paper work at the end of each load. I learned a lot about our machines and how they work. We make centrifuges and bottles for blood banks.
Production Specialist (Former Employee) – Union, SC – August 6, 2014
Indirect supervision allowed me to work throughout my shift, uninterrupted. It was a production job and I worked 9 pm to 6;30 am but there was always something to do. I loved staying busy and being allowed to manage myself throughout the night.
Documentation Specialist / Engineering Support (Former Employee) – Fajardo, PR – May 29, 2014
Procedures, Mfg. and Engineering documents creation and review, seek for feedback, follow the approval flow, in a timely matter. Manage purchase requisitions and PO's for Capital Projects. Comunications, clear and precise, vital to management and co workers. The most enjoyable part of my job, to see things happening, completed, on time expected, purchases coming in when expected to complete projects, repairs, constructions.
excellent work relations with all fuctional areas.
the distance between my home and the site, the low salary.
Haemonetics offers great benefits but limited career growth
Manager (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – January 22, 2014
Haemonetics has offered me a great experience that I know I will be able to use elsewhere. The management team encourages learning the business and planning for the future in terms business needs and requirements.
not a market competitive salary, no room for career growth