As a current employee at Baxter's Healthcare, I can tell you this is not the place for everyone. The atmosphere and the people within it will make you hate your job. Oh, good luck getting trained properly as that's a no go. For example, being a new worker you would assume that you should be told and shown what to do, thus getting trained. However, my supervisor told me he felt as I wasn't showing enough initiative because I wasn't asking questions (That's because he wasn't showing or telling me what he wanted me to do). I would just go into work and just find something to do until he and I had a talk. Anyway, the hardest part of the job is dealing with people there, while trying not to go off on them.
Short breaks, bad management, poor training, and toxic environment.