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Medtronic, Inc. Reviews
What is it like working at Medtronic, Inc.?
"Work hard all year and expect a 2% raise while other's get more."
Injection Molding Technician in Saint Paul:
Pros: The challenges everyday.
Cons: With out a 2 year degree, you could never advance unless you make an effort to go back to school to get a 2 year degree.
"Challenging but fulfilling."
Technical Writer in Jacksonville:
Pros: I'm contributing to the healthcare field, helping people around the world, with my expertise in language and writing. I don't need a degree in medicine or science to make a difference in this field.
Cons: Some of the engineers think you know as much as them about the technical components of the devices, so you have to remind them that is not your expertise. Also, busyness is like a wave. Sometimes you have nothing to work on. Sometimes you have four manuals translated in 29 languages (so 116 documents) you are responsible for and the team decides to make a last minute change so you have to send for re-translations for the third time.
"Working through chaos to become the best."
Supply Chain Planner in Minneapolis:
Pros: Opportunity to make a difference
Cons: Lack of process control
National Sales Manager in Brisbane:
Cons: Internal politics
Regulatory Affairs Specialist:
Good comes with the bad. Can be extremely stressful but the benefits are great. For example, you are expected to put out more than 40 hours/week of work but still have a work life balance with 4 weeks PTO.
Information Technology (IT) Manager:
Was an excellent company to work for, since the change in management 6 months ago, it has become the worst company to work for - South Africa Branch. The International culture and standard is not being adhered to.
"Stressful and often unrewarding."
Technical Writer in Plymouth:
Pros: Variability in work.
Cons: Lack of understanding on my own job description.