Contractor at Johnson and Johnson
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Skillman, NJ – September 5, 2017
If you are a contractor at J&J, you should do your time, complete your projects, make connections, leave a good impression, and get the heck out. Don't get stuck there and don't wait to become permanent. There are people that have been contractors for 6 years and still have no sign of becoming full time. It pays well but the job culture for contractors is terrible. You get treated like a second class citizen and are labelled a "resource" not even seen as a person.
It pays the bills.
really relaxed work environment, no clocking in or out, managers tend to leave you by yourself and let you do your own work
no health benefits or paid time off, no room for advancement