Capital Sales Coordinator (Former Employee) – Chelmsford, MA – April 7, 2018
Great company and product. Stressful times but did not offer any work from home benefits. The location was great and the hours were good too. The hardest part of the job was not enough time to keep up with request from sales reps especially at the end of the quarter.
Software Quality Assurance Engineer (Former Employee) – Chelmsford, MA – March 3, 2018
Agile groups work together to realize life saving medical devices in a cooperative environment. Interesting and challenging work leads to a greater understanding of the under-the-hood features of various medical device types.
Temporary Worker (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – January 30, 2018
I worked with a group of people when we were trained to do new things. We were huddled around the computer and the trainer was showing us what to do. It was difficult to follow what the person was doing because I was too far away from the computer that they were using. They took it as if I did not understand what to do, when I completely understood. Two other gentlemen were hired and I was not.
Territory Manager (Former Employee) – California – January 7, 2018
Unpleasant experience with the company. Stepping stone if looking to get access to cath lab. Doctors don't even consider as a primary therapy and new quota is just the same old thing packaged different. Only as good as territory given.
Manufacturing Operator (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – October 22, 2017
This company produces great products, however, I often wondered how some of management earned their positions. Their Production Supervisor is a prime example of this. This guy needs a reality check on 1. How to be a supervisor/manager 2. Basic project management skills 3. HR basic rules and regulations and 4. Basic human logic. I'd like to emphasize #4! If you want to work in a company where you just come to work, do what your told (despite knowing it is the incorrect procedure), and have absolutely no growth, then this is your place. You basically are a trained zombie to do the work and be quiet cause your input doesn't matter.
Tier 2 Technical Support/ Extract technician (Former Employee) – Broomfield, CO – August 31, 2017
Company does not care about its employees and managers are always hiding. Long hours and they frown upon you using your time off. The support department is understaffed and overworked, and turnover is ridiculous.
Test Technician II (Former Employee) – Blawnox, PA – July 17, 2017
Good coworkers, Worst management I ever had. Yearly raises are the worst I ever experienced from any company I ever worked for. It's a shame, they make a truly amazing life saving device that I can say it was a privilege to make. Unfortunately they treat they're employees worse than trash. Highest turnover rate I personally ever experienced.
Intake Representative (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – July 7, 2017
Every day things would change but it was not provided to the staff and then management would be upset with you for not knowing about the change. They do not support a work life balance at all. and they over work there staff.
Technical Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh – September 27, 2015
In tech support, many people call in and complain about various issues. There is no continuity regarding policies and procedures. Things can change with no notification. The job is not for people who like to think. It is droning and mundane but the employees made the job work. Awful shifts and very limited potential to actually change your shift.
Great building structure and employees. Healthcare