Covidien Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Covidien was an Irish-headquartered global health care products company and manufacturer of medical devices and supplies. Covidien became an independent publicly traded company after being spun-off from Tyco International in 2007.It was purchased by Medtronic in a transaction that closed in 2015. The now merged company is headquartered in Ireland, where Covidien was based.
Unhappy Covidien customer Bailey W.'s review said:
This company Covidien is taking an unfair advantage of people who need medical supplies. One this brand sucks, Curad is much better for prep pads and two, I just had to pay ungodly amount just to have something that I need on the daily. This is NOT fair to people who need things like this for their daily routines.
Former Employee - Sales says"everything, people are clueless and ruthless"
Former Employee - Material Handler says"Management at the Duluth facility was very racist towards people who did not fit their agenda whether color or work."
Former Employee - Clinical Educator says"Required to work during personal time. No work home balance. Managers unsympathetic to personal needs."
Medical Assembler says"Temp forever, bad management, no growing opportunities, no benefits, low pay wages, and no improvement. Don't bother applying you are going to waste your time."
Field Sales Representative says"Poor management with terrible marketing. The company is not price competitive and they lie about your salary potential."
says"Very unprofessional people. Stay away!"
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Management tends towards being risk adverse and will not move forward without a designated scapegoat. Rampant cronyism throughout the company discourages any real innovation from occurring. Going on three straight quarters of budget cuts and spending freezes."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"The company employeesaid are clicky unless you wear heals every day and dress in expensive cloths you don't fit in"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Your learning will come at a high price. The mid and lower management of this department provide little to no guidance and have the audacity to ridicule and blacklist those who stumble up the learning curve. There is no professional development and absolutely zero chance of advancement unless you are among the privileged few. Management is self-absorbed, immature and inept. They are primarily focused on their own career goals and the way in which they are perceived by upper management than on developing and leading their staff. 5 resignations in the past 2 months - hopefully they change their ways. But highly doubtful."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Management not trained to be managers A lot of passive, aggressive behavior Lack of training for the role Too much "old-guard" thinking. New ideas are not appreciated You need to "get in line" or get out. Company grew too fast"
Quality Technician (Former Employee) says"I did not like working at this place. I worked there until I found something better. I would not recommend this place. Management is horrible. Glad I am gone."
Machine operator (Former Employee) says"Job was horrible manager was horrible everything was horrible the job was 12 hour shifts so you were always tired there was a lot of favoritism to certain employees"
Packer (Former Employee) says"I was not there long. Their training was poor at best and that required a mind bending waste of tine computer course called compliance wire. In all not a good experience."
Senior Product Specialist (Former Employee) says"Now its defunct. As its now part fo medtronics. Earlier the culture was cool. Now I dont know how it would be to work for covidien. But it was good earlier.Sodexo passWee hours working"
Material Specialist/Inventory control (Former Employee) says"Started off as great place to work. Office politics started to bring down the moral of the warehouse. Instead of giving the employees the opportunity to move up, the company decided to bring in new people from their branch in North Carolina."
Pro Staff (Current Employee) says"Nothing good to say. No room for advancement and the pay is horrible. Employees are not treated well. Work is easy. LOTS OF OT.Close to home."
Associate Operations Manager (Former Employee) says"6 to 7 days a week. no holidays. Demand is cyclic so when it slows down massive layoffs. all business no care for the people that work in manufacturing.compensation is highmana"
Material Handler (Former Employee) says"We worked on hospital items I loved it I learned a lot at this job also. We worked with the IV bags and the IV machine. I really loved this job.Yes we had free lunches and drinksYes the breaks was short and we had great health care plan"
Contract Administrator IV (Current Employee) says"Great coworkers - team work - fast days - and flexible hours. Products that we manufacturer save lifes, help recovery times...innovativework from homenon-stop"
Asset Management/Information Services (Former Employee) says"Working very hard with no goals acknowledged by the manager."
Specialist Manufacturing Lead (Former Employee) says"Managers think they are all that but it is good overall. If you work in manufacturing you have to work 12 hour rotating shifts."
Facilities Management Coordinator (Former Employee) says"Layoffs. A lot of layoffs every year, but good atmosphere if you like working in a corporate environment."
Assembler (Former Employee) says"nothing good from start to finish, poorly run poorly worked by all"
Energy Expert Sales Representative (Current Employee) says"Don't work for this company in Indiana. The manager there is extremely unprofessional. This individual aggressively ridicules male counterparts in management with sales reps on the team, as I witnessed this first hand. This individual doesn't hesitate to lie about others to get where they want to go or to intimidate team members. This person's entire team is afraid to call this person out or to file a formal complaint for fear of retaliation. It's unfortunate.Great training programPoor culture, intimidation, retaliation, cut-throat management, unprofessional."
production (Former Employee) says"Work watch the pieces make good. I learned work in manufacturing area.everything is I"
A global healthcare products leader (Former Employee) says"I worked the job for 3 people and only got paid for one sometimes no breaks and a very unsafe place OSHA was called many times. also produced products I felt should not be in our hospitals nonestill open"
Synature Assembly Line/Assembly Worker (Former Employee) says"covidien is a very company to work for. i have learned how to work in fast and steady pace. also learned a lot about surgical devices. they have a good insurance policy. job security is very accurate. covidien is a highly respected company.the people respect each and everybody's cultute. over all it is a very fun and productive place to work at."
Sales (Former Employee) says"This company is a horrible place to work. No innovation in this company. Poor me too products and ridiculous expectations so that they don't have to pay out bonusesno pros - stressful environment"
Supervisor (Former Employee) says"So much turmoil and unrest due to high turnover of upper management. Constant fear of termination and work force reduction. Also getting ready to spin off into another company.free coffee and milkall work, no balance for home life"
Product Manager, Labware, Dental, Veterinary, Needles & Syringes (Former Employee) says"Changement pratiquement annuel des GM aucune sentiment appartenance"
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