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Johnson & Johnson Reviews
What is it like working at Johnson & Johnson?
"Capstone Career Opportunity."
Neurosurgeon in Boston:
Pros: Ability to impact billions of patients every day all over the world
Cons: Numerous policies and processes inherient to a large company
"Great entry level position."
Training Coordinator in West Chester:
Pros: The benefits are great at Johnson & Johnson.
Cons: You're just a number to the company. Many and constant reorganizations and layoffs.
"Manufacturing Process Specialist."
Manufacturing Engineer in Cork:
Pros: Learning new things everyday, lots of opportunity to work on different things
Principal Electrical Engineer:
Good company to work for that takes care of employees. We spend a lot of time and effort dealing with the 'credo' a set a values and commitments that guides management and execution. Well managed company, with very good benefits and respect for work-life balance. Gives back to community regularly.
"The Projects are Interesting but the Workload is High."
Project Engineer in Irving:
Pros: The equipment is very interesting to work with and learn about.
Cons: The management is out of touch with how long the projects take to complete.
Regulatory Affairs Specialist in Bangkok:
Cons: No career development opportunities for contractor.
Talent Acquisition Specialist in Prague:
Pros: Human interaction