What is it like to work at Cyberonics?

2.9Work/Life Balance
3.6Compensation/Benefits
2.5Job Security/Advancement
2.6Management
2.7Culture
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Don't do it.
Written by Clinical Engineer II (Current Employee) from Houston, TX on April 18, 2018
They will convince you in to being a part of a team that you can grow in and have opportunities to learn and cross train other activities. You will initially learn a lot of information and tossed into the regulations for review, however the workload will always climb and eventually be too much to do. You will be forced to work as many hours as required - more ... to get the job done. Staffing is never sufficient despite the amount of people hired. No one stays longer than 2-3 years.

If you are coming out of college, it is a great introduction for skills that will be used in other companies, and ... - less
Prospay, vacation days
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