Packer/Quality Assurance Auditor (Current Employee) – South Jordan, UT – July 11, 2018
The hardest part of my job is to make sure our goal is met each and every day, also it’s hard to learn the process. I like how the staff are willing to work will you. I enjoyed my team members and the teamwork that we were able to establish for 10 hours a day we working together.
Hard Worker. (Former Employee) – South Jordan, UT – May 5, 2018
Management is out of touch with personal assets that work right under their noses. . Its not what you know, its who you know at Merit that will get you ahead. Introducing new and innovative ideas are always challenging. Some Managers/supervisors are verbally abusive and controlling. HR department continues to ignore complaints of poor Managers because they have been at Merit for along time. Some managers will keep you under their thumb and will steal your ideas for their own.
Medical Clinic is onsite.
No education or traning on how to do your job. Positions are all learn as you go.
Team Lead (Former Employee) – Malvern, PA – April 19, 2018
Great place to work production workers are great and they respect you. They are fun and know how to make time go fast, but management was a disaster, they never took anything in consideration specially if you are a woman. They ignore you or just brush you off. HR only cares about the company not the employee, and it does not matter the level of education or how many years you have been there if they can hire someone else they will. Great benefits never had a problem with that. Overall if has it ups and downs.
Back up lead (Former Employee) – South Jordan, UT – April 3, 2018
I had a great Lead and Supervisor. I also really enjoyed the people I worked with. Some over time, but not a whole lot. They gave a lot of paid holidays, including about two weeks off at Christmas time.
Great people, great supervisor who was willing to work with you on what you could and couldn't do.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – South Jordan, UT – March 16, 2018
Warehouse and shipping was fast paced. Learned new systems and upper management was good. Supervisor hard to work with and didn't train or show by example. Standing/lifting for 10+ hours shift with lunch and break.
Production Operator II (Current Employee) – South Jordan, UT – February 18, 2018
I have a daughter and working 4 days 10 hours, was great because I was always making enough and still had 3 days off and there was still a chance for overtime. Perfect for trying to get ahead in savings and supporting your loved ones
Production Operator (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – February 5, 2018
Merit Medical was a great place to work. If an employee needed help with anything the supervisors were always there to assist. The only thing that I did not enjoy about the job was that sometimes they tried to scare us into doing overtime by saying that it was mandatory and if we didnt come then it would count against us. Other than that everything was good
Engineering Intern (Former Employee) – South Jordan, UT – January 19, 2018
Great people to work with. There's a lot expected of you and the environment is very professional. You also have to be proactive about your job and find the things that no one realizes need doing. Overall, I loved my experience here.
IT Manager, Latin America (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – November 11, 2017
Merit Medical is a medium enterprise business that has a small business feel. This is a positive and a negative all at the same time. The CEO is extremely knowledgeable about the business. Most of the teams, especially the IT department, are understaffed. It was a great experience of working at Merit, however, I felt that the workplace culture changed and, ultimately, I had to leave the company.
Janitor (Current Employee) – South Jordan, UT – October 28, 2017
not a fun place to work. Was told things would be one way but then were not. Health benefits suck. It's like not having it at all. Dress codes and foul language rules are not enforced. CEO took away quarterly bonuses and Christmas bonuses but will spend $53,000 on a Thanksgiving dinner. Manager got mad when an employee needed bereavement leave
A job, comparable wages
Lots of physical work, bad benefits, hearing about things after the fact.