Great Amenities, Good People, Poor Workplace Culture
Training Specialist (Current Employee) – Fort Washington, PA – January 17, 2018
J&J has the potential of being great, but mismanagement, poor decision making, a consent decree, and various other factors led to lowered morale, and concern at all levels of job security. Management is more interested in saving their own necks than promoting innovation. That is not to say that there are not great people in leadership roles there. There are, but many have learned quickly that if you do not go with the flow, you will not last, and many did not. There are fantastic people in all functions and levels; however, I do not see that the company is following the credo with regards to caring for its employees. More than ever, positions are being contracted out, or even sent to offshore teams, rather than hiring from within. Not only is this frustrating and discouraging, but it also sets the company back. Many times offshore teams simply do not work to the level and capability that someone onsite, with experience will, which in my opinion, is not the cost-effective solution that the company thought it would be when making the decision to send jobs overseas.
Onsite gym, daycare, yearly picnic, free Thanksgiving meal, great company store, onsite tech support, treadmill desks, free coffee/tea
Lack of job security, lack of development, lack of innovation
Program Coordinator (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – January 16, 2018
Professional, low stress environment with plenty of room for growth. A typical day of work consists of working on multiple tasks and projects at a time, meeting deadlines, attending meetings and calls.
PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – January 15, 2018
Strong encouraging atmosphere. long hours but met with plenty of time off. The management is more than willing to go out of there way to see to it that you have all the tools necessary to complete tasks and excel.
Working in jonhnson and johnson is good actually if you get hired in here it is so much pleasure because it is so hard in here to be get hired there is a gym inside daycare roof deck nice working place and even te people
Medical Device Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – January 8, 2018
New young manager came in who home office wanted to promote. He was terrible. The job was great for four years, and then it was horrible. Soon as my manager was replaced, the job became awful, and I left.