Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – Franklin Lakes, NJ – May 7, 2018
BD is a global leader in medical technology. The company offers a competitive salary and the culture is dynamic. It is a great atmosphere and smart people surround you. It offers many opportunities to learn and grow in your career. There are however, many changes occurring within the organization. Communication can be better but overall, a great place to work.
Research & Development Engineer (Intern) (Former Employee) – Franklin Lakes, NJ – May 2, 2018
BD's Summer Internship program for engineers is an excellent and well developed program. The full time staff is incredibly open and helpful offering guidance and advice. The program itself is the perfect balance of teaching while letting you learn and work for yourself.
Engineer (Former Employee) – Columbus, NE – April 27, 2018
Large employer in a small city, so as a new employee I was informed to be mindful that many people working there were related to other employees.
Overall the company was very professional and hired the best people they could find. Technical and manufacturing staff were all dedicated to doing the best job possible, providing medical devices globally on a reliable schedule.
Engineer 1 Process engineering (Current Employee) – Andover, MA – April 25, 2018
It can be busy, but not overwhelming. good people, nice atmosphere. Nice facility. the company has a long history of medical device manufacturing. I think there is a low turnover as I work with many people who have worked there for a long time.
Manager Freight Audit and Pay (Former Employee) – Franklin Lakes, NJ – April 23, 2018
BD is a great place to work, they support work life balance and the company mission is to help people around the globe live healthy lives which is a great mission to be a part of. The culture is very collaborative and most employees are bright and supportive of each other.
BD is deeply grounded in ethical values that attracted me to the company. Its mission is Advancing the World of Health, making a humanitarian difference on a global scale, including underserved markets and ensuring healthcare worker safety. Executive Leadership is excellent.
Manager, Molding Vendor Management Unit, BD (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – April 12, 2018
Not a lot of communication between departments. No control of your assigned projects,other departments just get in the way of you completing your tasks/projects in a timely manner, which will effect your review.
MES Utility (Former Employee) – Columbus, NE – April 11, 2018
Job paid very well and there was no shortage of hours available. That being said, there was also a lot of non optional overtime. The work culture is very competitive, often in a non productive way. Management is overly invasive, making rules about nearly every operation you perform though often enforcing them poorly. The hardest part of the job is dealing with short breaks that seem to be below industry standard, while keeping job performance high. The most enjoyable part of the job honestly was the financial security that it brought. It might take up a lot of your time and bring a lot of stress, but time off is a lot more relaxing when you aren't struggling financially.
Pay, other compensation, some chances for advancement