Working at Johnson & Johnson

3.8
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  • Appreciation
    3.5
  • Company Outlook
    4.2
  • Fair Pay
    3.2
  • Learning and Development
    3.6
  • Manager Communication
    3.8
  • Manager Relationship
    4.0
  • Pay Transparency
    2.8
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Johnson & Johnson Reviews

What is it like working at Johnson & Johnson?

January 2020
"Challenging but meaningful work."
Senior Financial Analyst in Orlando:
Pros: Rotation to new roles are encouraged
Cons: There is a JnJ’er culture. Meaning, those that come through FLDP program have a tighter community and external hires can feel like they don’t “fit in.”
February 2020
"Opportunity to learn from experts."
Process Engineer in Jakarta:
Pros: Benefit (insurance etc) & opportunity to learn
Cons: Career path is not clear
February 2020
"Its great as I love what am I doing."
Sales Analyst in Cape Town:
Pros: I work independently and there is not person standing behind me pressuring me as I know what I suppose to do and my deadlines.
Cons: People nagging me to help them finish their work were mine is still not finish
April 2020
"The law department culture is excellent, collegial. Lawyers are valued and appreciated as experts in their field and as adding to the diversity of opinion when contributing to business decisions/strategies."
Legal Executive /General Counsel in San Francisco:
Pros: Importance of work, company credo, colleagues, pay and benefits
Cons: Long hours, stressful work
January 2019
"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.
January 2019
"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
December 2020
"They have a strong process of Supply chain Planning and execution, based on the S&OP."
Demand Planner in San José:
Pros: I have learned how it works a mature Demand Planning process and a better approach with other areas. I feel very appreciated.
Cons: I feel that my current compensation is lower than other companies for that role.
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