Paint Line Operator (Former Employee) – Versailles, OH – March 8, 2019
If you need a job and you can tolerate corporate "yes men and women" who will back stab anyone to further their career, then this is the place for you. Management is a complete joke and it trickles down to the Supervisors, etc. You can never get a straight answer and you never know what hours you'll work because it changes by the minute. Everyone is nosey and your business was everyone's business. Their motto was "Because We Care" and they considered themselves a family oriented company, which was complete BS! I learned that I never want to work in a factory again, and the best part of the day was clocking out to leave!
Engineer, Design (Current Employee) – Glasgow, KY – March 19, 2019
I love Midmark Corporation as a company! They are good to their teammates and stand behind there mission and values. The hardest part of the job is prioritizing and focussing on projects to meet expectations.
Some travel, Autonomy, Good Family Life/Work balance
I worked with this company for almost three years on a contract basis. I enjoyed working wiht everyone.
Software Contractor (Former Employee) – Torrance, CA – March 7, 2019
Midmark is a growing company in the medical devices business. management and Engineers are very much dedicated to make the company very successful in the Medical device business. It is easy to work with management as well as all engineers at all levels.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Lincolnshire, IL – November 28, 2018
Upper management does not show any interest in the employee working on the production lines. I hate to bash them with negativity but they pretend to be friendly and will act fake towards you, especially HR. Their policies are too strict when it comes to family emergencies.
Workers get along for the most part.
Pay is decent there but not given enough options for growth.
Make sure you have proof of any medical condition or it will count against you.
Monthly chances to win $20 gift cards. Free lucnhes once in a blue moon.
Short breaks, 30 minute lunch/ not enough microwaves for 20+ people at a time. Upper management is too strict.
Marketing Manager, Medical Equipment (Former Employee) – Dayton, OH – October 25, 2018
MidMark is one of the few companies I have worked for that does its best to live what it stands for. They promote and provide the means to learn and grow. When I worked there their tagline was "Because we Care" and I truly felt they did.
I worked at Midmark Corporation full-time (More than 10 years)
Pros: I worked for this company for quite a few years. I left Midmark because of a career advancement within another company that Midmark did not have available. I still see my old co-workers that turned into family and hold Midmark near and dear to my heart.
Throughout the years, Midmark took me to a whole new level. I was giving the opportunity to learn a new trade within my department, was able to take classes while working throughout the years, went to conferences, had great managers and got to see some pretty exciting product launches take off.
The flexibility within my department was great. People understood that you have families to get to in the evening yet being a hard worker, you want more for yourself and the company. So, you work hard, after hours and even weekends sometimes. You do it because the company treats you right.
Events, fundraisers, community programs they put on are fantastic. They don't do anything 2nd best. And the philanthropy side of things is done top notch.
Cons: You work a lot. You sometimes become addicted to your work. Pro and Con. The ongoing changes within the company can make you feel uneasy at times. With even having the best interest of the company, I've also seen good hardworking people be moved to a department that wasn't a good fit. But all in all, they really do have the best interest of the company and employees at hand.
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The environment is one of growth and continually attempting improvements. They try to work with their employees when the unexpected arises and moving positions inside the company is fairly easy. They also encourage and offer at least partial compensation for continued training and education.
MACHINIST (Former Employee) – Orchard Park, NY – August 11, 2017
management is constantly making bad decisions can't seem to figure out which direction they want to go. worked for a company that was bought out by Midmark and all they ever did was lie and break promises
CASEWORK DESIGNER (Former Employee) – Glasgow, KY – July 25, 2017
Midmark does a great job acknowledging their employees and their achievements. Though it was not ideal for me to stay there with my career field I very much enjoyed my time there and felt that my skills we properly appreciated and compensated for.
X-Ray Technician (Former Employee) – Lincolnshire, IL – June 5, 2017
Human Resources walk around trying to find something to get you in trouble for they don't have any kind of respect for the worker at all they just look out for each other in the office area is not a good place to work for sorry
Post Market Surveillance / CAPA Supervisor (Former Employee) – Versailles, OH – June 3, 2017
Everyday landed opportunity to interact with dozens of people that share a strong family/ workplace balance value. Most managers were able to end their days on time to attend family events in the evening.
Midmark is one of the best companies I've every work for. The company has a great culture of work/life balance and practices what they preach. They truly care about their teammates. All executives have an open door policy and treat everyone with respect no matter their position.
Welder (Current Employee) – Versailles, OH – April 17, 2017
It is a secure job with great benefits. They have some of the best pay and insurance in our area. However, it is extremely difficult to advance if you don't like the same sports team as your manager or if you are good at a job that no one else wants to do. Most of the employees on the shop floor have a very negative attitude about day to day operations. The negativity is contagious. The new CEO shows some promise. Things may turn around in the future.