Stationary Engineer/Utilities Supervisor (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – April 17, 2018
Good Pay, with knowledgeable employees. People take pride in their work and for the most part do their jobs fairly well. Management has its ups and downs, but that is expected in the industry. I would recommend this place to friends.
Sr. Director (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – April 3, 2018
Coworkers were the best part of the job. Was a high performing employee until after a few mergers and the new leadership decided I wasn't showing value. Never had a bad performance review & was promoted multiple times. Leadership is not transparent, or trustworthy. Horrible corporate culture, strong lack of communication from Executive leadership level down . No sense of longevity of any kind with respect to future opportunities and growth within the company to build a future for yourself. New leadership from mergers more interested in protecting the consultants & vendors they brought with them than fellow MNK legacy employees. Horrible.
Competitive Salary, great benefits, some great colleagues, very diverse environment
Horrible culture, poor communication, backstabbing in VP levels of mgmt (even among each other).
Materials Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 3, 2018
Good people and leadership. Corporate involvement was pretty good with sharing and support. The biggest issue was the decline of volume due to the generic narcotics market with no pipeline of new products.
Chemical Operator (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – January 31, 2018
money was good but the environment was not so good. Rotating hours were bad for health. Wanted to go back because the salaries in other industries were bad but one in stuck between bad conditions or bad wages.
Driver/Lab Tech (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – December 30, 2017
I was a retiree at the time working at Mallinckrodt not for benefits but to expand my working experience in a totally new environment and culture .. the hardest part was dealing with radio activity and the hours at times were stressful
Supervisor/Lead Asset Operations (Former Employee) – Hazelwood, MO – December 12, 2017
Mallinckrodt was generous in compensation, benefits and vacation. There were many opportunities for job advancement. I enjoyed my working experience tremendously during a majority of the time I worked for Mallinckrodt. My decision to move on was due to becoming a parent and being the primary care taker of our children. At the same time, Mallinckrodt's policies moved from flexible hours, working from home to removing all flexibility while most companies were moving towards this type of flexibility. This made it very difficult for a parent of young children.
Material handler/ machine operator (Former Employee) – Argyle, NY – September 17, 2017
The job was easy at times others not so easy. The workplace culture was great. Had a lot of fun working with many different people. The best part of my experience was driving fork truck and working with everyone in the warehouse.
Operator (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – September 14, 2017
People and supervisors are very respectful and very reasonable good place to work with, and also every weeks meeting for learning and ways to work more productive and also with more efficiency and with care to avoid injuries
Associate Director/ ARD Program Lead (Current Employee) – Hampton, NJ – July 26, 2017
Good culture and good comradery in work place. Good management and very friendly. Always encourage additional learning and willing to listen regarding your experience abput how you handled situations similar to present from your previous jobs. Flexible work schedule and promotes sharing of ideas.
Senior Lab Analyst (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 5, 2017
I have worked at the downtown facility for many years. I've made friends who are like family.
it's an old facility and buildings are in desperate need of repair.
Management is constantly in survival mode which leaves very little employee development. Not to worry, that will be held against you at review time! Management uses the excuse of newer staff "being useless millennials" instead of offering the training senior people had when they first started. This leads to high turn-over and job frustration.
salary and benefits are ok
if you aren't worried about losing your job, you are worried about getting shot!
Great coworkers. Supervisors with a GED trying to educate employees on how to do your job.
Production Operator (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – May 24, 2017
Great place to work prior to Tyco Healthcare buyout. Mallinckrodt went downhill very fast. Employees were just fired for the smallest things. Prior to Tyco, Mallinckrodt treated employees with respect & compensation for good job performance.
4 day workweek.
Working for a Supervisor with a G.E.D & no common sense.
Blending Technician (Former Employee) – Hobart, NY – January 28, 2017
I worked at Mallinckrodt's Hobart, NY location for several months, and was told by the full-time employees, right off the bat, that the company does not hire temps. Myself and all of the other temps that started when I did are now currently unemployed. Do yourself a favor and seek employment elsewhere. Caveat emptor.
Nice lunch room, fairly easy work
hazardous chemicals, high turnover, employees constantly worried about losing their jobs