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Medtronic, Inc. Reviews
What is it like working at Medtronic, Inc.?
Principal Electrical Engineer:
The company's defined by the mission, you always feel the needs of the patient. The company is adjusting to the new realities of being a therapy company, not just a device manufacturer. Pay is decent if not high, benefits are decent but shrinking like everyone else. I'd recommend it to people looking for a large company with variety of opportunities.
"Amazing exposure to learning new things."
Business Intelligence (BI) Developer in Bangalore:
Pros: Challenging tasks
Cons: Compensation for Indian employees
"Great Benefits Little Work Life Balance."
Customer Service Supervisor in San Antonio:
Pros: I am able to learn new things everday and the team I supervise is amazing.
Cons: Work/Life Balance is not a offered to all.
Regulatory Affairs Specialist in Rochester:
Great company with room for advancement and opportunities to learn. I am really happy here. Best job I have ever had! Very busy and professional office. Opportunity to work remotely. Management is progressive with emphasis on a inclusive work environment.
"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.
"Very much enjoy the work I do."
Strategic Sourcing Specialist in North Haven:
Pros: The mission: Alleviate Pain, Restore Health, Extend Life
Cons: Large company - like any larger publicly traded company, it can be bureaucratic.
Senior Systems Engineer in Boulder:
Pros: Managing others and releasing products that make a difference
Cons: wasting time on projects that go no where, how difficult/slow it is to accomplish/complete a project