Senior Endoscope Technician (Current Employee), San Jose, CA – August 30, 2014
The most excited part of my job is knowing the fact that the product that I am working on is going to save someones lift out there. And it encourages me to do excellence in everything I do for my customer and patient.
Production Lead (Former Employee), Milwaukee, WI – July 28, 2014
Pros: the great thing about it is that we would get out at noon
Cons: make sure no misstakes were done
Work would start at 4 am, everyone would go to where they where told to go and work their was 3 different teams. I was in charge of inspecting some mattress samples, package them and send to a different side of the warehouse. I got along well with my coworkers very friendly and looked out for one another. One of the hardest things I had to deal with – more... was trying to make sure no mistakes were done while inspecting the product and for the team to be on the same page as you. I had to look at what they where doing and if they made a mistake correct them – less
Reciever/Ambassador (Current Employee), Breinigsville, PA – May 13, 2014
Pros: free lunches and hot chocolate
Cons: 10 minute breaks
A typical day at work would be reaching company goals and numbers. I learned a lot about shipping and receiving departments and also inventory as well. The hardest part of the job would be nothing at all. I achieved all goals and the most enjoyable would be hearing how much of an outstanding worker I am.
Assoc. Operations Coordinator (Current Employee), Center Valley, PA – February 23, 2014
Pros: beautiful campus, paid early dismissal summer friday's, 15 days vacation to start
Cons: no fitness center
This is my first corporate work experience and the best work experience in all of my years. The management team is intelligent, offers great leadership and always encourages and supports growth. Olympus over all is very big on encouraging work - life balance. As I venture onward in my professional life, finding a company that matches Olympus' high standards – more... will be a challenge. – less
Warehouse Worker (Current Employee), Clifton, NJ – January 22, 2014
a typical day consist of my going to work between 530 and 900 am. conducting various warehouse jobs and returning home between 5 and 6 pm. the staff is very courteous and they work with you to ensure that you get a decent job with good pay and desirable hours.
Quality Control Analyst (Former Employee), Hopkinton, MA – January 14, 2014
Pros: occasional free meals; breakfast and lunches
Cons: lack of job security
I was a contract worker hired for a 3 month medical leave. I was let go after seven months. Apparently there was no money money in the budget for a permenant position. Great people to work with! Would definetly accept a position with this company.
Territory Manager (Current Employee), Maple Grove, MN – January 9, 2013
Its for the most part a good and well respected company, but behind the times with new products. Management depends on where you are, but all in all not bad. All of the co-works for the most part want to help the company grow and are team players. The hardest part os selling old technology without being on national contracts.
Service Technician (Current Employee), Baltimore, MD – September 24, 2012
Pros: good overtime policy free lunch
Cons: better equipment
I will come in to work with a set out look of what has to be completed for the day. Get the shop up and running and set up my work bench. Commence with my work repairs estimations and communicating with field reps and customers with products and sales issues.
I have gained a better working knowledge of the biomedical field and what is required to be – more... successful in the field. I also was given the opportunity to learn how to work with varies biomedical equipment.
I got along well with management they where accusable when needed and very easy to talk to. They were flexible with the unforeseen occurrences of day to day life and acknowledge good work from the employees.
I worked very well with my coworkers. Where one of use need help to make a deadline the other would quickly help out. They are very relaxed and easy to talk to and work with not becoming burdens to the other coworkers.
The job is very challenging in itself. Making sure all critical issues with equipment along with the customer’s pacific complaint are assessing correctly is vary challenging. Also administering varies repairs for varies problems can be challenging.
I enjoy the job mostly because of what I do. I like troubleshooting and fixing a problem with electronic and biomedical equipment. – less
Customer service (Former Employee), Irving, TX – April 12, 2012
Going in to work ready very fun and fast paced went in and got the job done was working at the Dfw airport so it was always very interesting. my coworkers were very fun and the hardest part of the job would sometime be the work because working under the airplanes it would get very very HOT! other than that i really enjoyed working at this company.