QC Analyst (Current Employee) – Zeeland, MI – August 1, 2018
We were bought out a year ago and the morale is horrible. Management sucks. Expecting you to do more work for less pay (I took a pay-cut at the beginning of the year). Only promotions for the brown nosers and not those who deserve it!
flexible sales job that gives you an opportunity for great access into physician offices.
Territory Business Manager (Current Employee) – Ithaca, WI – July 27, 2018
-Calling on pediatricians, OBGYN and hospital Labor And Delivery and NICUs. -Learned how hospitals work and how products used in the hospital impact retail sales. -management not very involved -great access in physicians offices.
The hardest part of the job is dealing with hospitals and all of their regulations.
The most enjoyable part of the job is knowing that you are providing the best nutrition available next to human milk.
Great co-workers, but unreasonable demands from upper management
LAB TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Evansville, IN – June 11, 2018
There is a good team oriented environment. MJN makes great products that can truly make a difference. I feel safe at work, and they have a great cafeteria. Work hours are flexible in the laboratories, but OT must be pre-approved. This has become a slight issue since they have increased the sample quantity but decreased testing time allotted. IF you like multitasking and keeping track of large amounts of data, you will enjoy this job. The people there are great to work with, but they are a little ragged from the demands forced upon them by upper management.
QA/QC Lab Technician (Current Employee) – Evansville, IN – June 10, 2018
The people are friendly and welcoming. The work culture is excellent. Management has a tendency to overlook employee input when instigating projects, which can be frustrating. There are also few advancement opportunities. Overall its a great place to work, but difficult to make a career here.
General Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Zeeland, MI – June 3, 2018
Depending on where you get put in, the job can be fast pace or a relaxing pace. Now getting hire into there is a lot harder then other place and many people who work as a contract end up working until there contract expire or get let go.
Senior Accounts Receivable Correspondent (Former Employee) – Evansville, IN – May 23, 2018
My co-workers harassed me on many occasions. I tried to talk to them and then went to management. it turned out they blamed me and then ended up firing me after I refused to apologize for something I didn't do.
Assembly Worker (Former Employee) – Mount Vernon, IN 47620 – May 4, 2018
The two worst things about this place are probably that they only pay $9/hr as a temp and $10/hr hired on, and you never know when you're going to get hired on. Most places will hire you on after 90 days, with this place its "when a position opens up".... which could be never. However, it took me about 8 months. They also "lay off" almost everyone during winter time because business is slow, so if you aren't on the one line that still needs to run, you're not going to have a job for very long.
Sales Merchandising Team Leader (Former Employee) – Guaynabo, PR – April 23, 2018
Work with the team of sales merchandising, we worked selinng in the retail market, making the order of products, a put the products in the store, coordinate inside shoppers, coordinate pricing, negotiate product offers and product price discount.
Overall, a very enjoyable job initially, but is becoming more 'Pharma' like with a 'one size fits all' mentality. Mead Johnson provides a great product portfolio with science that outperforms other formula companies. Hospital and WIC contracts ultimately dominate what formula is purchased by consumers.
Enfamil has advantages and benefits vs. competitors, Science and claims are valid and driven by 'Enfamil providing the best start in life;
Competitors marketing tactics are much more aggressive and "questionable"
Pharmaceutical Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Saginaw, MI – January 16, 2018
Mead Johnson is an infant nutrition company that is trying to be a pharmaceutical company. There was no consistency with management's message to the salesforce or how or what to promote to phyicians. The most enjoyable part of the job was the people I worked with and the customers.