MAILROOM CLERK (Former Employee) – North Brunswick, NJ – June 19, 2017
I loved what i was doing at this job. enjoyed working with co-workers and almost every holiday is a off day. So sad that J & J sold the building. Hardest part of the job is bringing packages to different buildings. Love the people worked there and learned lot about shipping and receiving and inbound and outbound mail as well.
Profession place to work. I worked a contract role for 4 years and had a great experience learning new skills all the time.
Training Coordinator (Former Employee) – Lititz, PA – June 18, 2017
Great company to work for, very committed to the health and overall calmness and well being of all employees, a lot of program's to choose from and amazing support when it comes to Labor relations. Corporate genuinely cares about employees. Calm, collective bunch. I realize that the culture is different at manufacturing sites.
Manufacturing Packer (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – June 15, 2017
I haven't received the hours they guaranteed us at orientation, I'm currently seeking a full time position at this time. Ive also noticed favoritism and discrimination toward people. My orientation was great but they have a problem with nepotism.
Rotating functions throughout the shift, Clean work environment
Animal Technician (Former Employee) – Spring House, PA – June 12, 2017
I was only hired as a two year temp but during my time there, the staff was wonderful. Flexiblity with time. Everyone worked together as team. My managers made sure everyone knew who special they were with constant treats to lunch and breakfast in the mornings. I wish I could have stayed.
Johnson & Johnson is one of the best companies in the world and that's because they are considered a Family of Companies, but I considered them the World of Companies. The management here will help you focus on what's needed for you to understand your job responsibilities and how it fits into the large picture.
Quality Systems Analyst 2 (Current Employee) – Bridgewater, NJ – June 9, 2017
Corporate genuinely cares about employees. Calm, collective bunch. Culture is different at manufacturing sites. Not as professional and management isn't well trained to resolve issues. Ageism; hard to advance past analyst as a millenial.
Sourcing/Procurement Specialist - Artech Systems (Current Employee) – Irwindale, CA – June 5, 2017
Profession place to work. I worked a contract role for 3 years and had a great experience learning new skills all the time. I would have liked to work a permanent job but they do hire a lot of Contract workers.
MIS Project Manager (Former Employee) – Milpitas, CA – June 4, 2017
Work life was very stressful and political. J&J has a reputation of being a great place to work but management will cut employees at a drop of a hat. JNJ is headquartered in New Jersey and LifeScan is in Calif. As a result JNJ is a bit out of touch with Lifescan.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Langhorne, PA – May 31, 2017
A typical day at work would be reviewing all of your resources while waiting for incoming customer calls. Upon receiving a customer call you would have to document each call according to its inquire. Management was very strict, but very to the point. I do feel management made it a little uncomfortable to ask questions. This was challenging for me as I never want to provide a customer with inaccurate information.
Region Business Coordinator (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – May 30, 2017
I started early and often worked late and on weekends. I did it for my team because we were a "family". Management was supportive and encouraging for the most part, but working with the team was the greatest fulfillment.
I worked from home so my only contact was by phone. the hardest part was trying to develop relationships remotely.
However, once that was accomplished, it was the most enjoyable part of the job. My ability to find the information the team needed and keep the managers updated on changes and possible stumbling blocks was fulfilling.
Excellent benefits, good pay, work from home
no salary adjustment for location( LA, Sfo, NJ paid the same as CO, TX); frequent re-orgs that created sense of job instability
Line Worker (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – May 27, 2017
Had to load lines with medical equipment as well as inspect and package it didn't really learn a whole lot while working here. Management was approachable and always cared about our opinions. People there seemed more concerned with gossip than work itself. Hardest part was staying awake.
Research and Development Intern (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – May 26, 2017
I really enjoyed this co-op to the fullest extent. I gained so much amazing experience in both technical and leadership aspects. I contributed to a project team in the development of a medical device. Even though it was my first co-op rotation and first industry experience, Johnson & Johnson gave me a lot of independence which allowed me to truly grow. I was challenged and really pushed to exceed even my own expectations. I feel that because of this experience, I have learned to be confident, driven, assertive, and a great team player. I am excited to see where I can contribute next - whether that be another company or another branch of J&J.