Because the manager is truly not qualified to be in his position. He has been protected for years because his Dad was a previous high ranking VP. Nothing will ever be done because of the politics and allegiance to keep him in that position. He truly lacks any skills that are conducive in sales He relies on each rep for guidance, and has a horrible vindictive tone.He is very make chauvinistic too! This may betheiy thing that could stop him, if someone wanted to take it to task! He has mental health issues that require medication, and that’s fine, however, he is not always on task with his meds. This creAtes anxiety and an OCD type of management. In other words he can drive you crazy. Just because his former Dad and several others think he needs to be In the company because that’s what he knew all his life, is wrong. He is a wonderful man with greAt skills of accounting., but very poor management skills. JNJ needs to put the right people with the right set of job skills in those positions. It’s truly the fleecing of JNJ! I’m sure he will remain, unless JNJ gets sued! Sad!
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at Johnson & Johnson? What are the steps along the way?
Over all 30 days or less: I applied through the recruiter, the week of 8/9/19.
Called me Monday 8/12/19.
Scheduled a tour for 8/14/19.
Emails started; including many attachments.
Necessary reading of 100+ pages.
Proof of comprehension on all documents read by using an e signature to comply.
An application, and then two sections of an I9.
Everything required then completion, took 3 weeks. Less or more time; depends on you and how well you communicate with your recruiter. Have items necessary for New Hire.
EXAMPLES: STATE ISSUED ID, SSN OR PASSPORTS to verify your identity.
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