Employee (Former Employee) – Canada – 26 July 2013
Management changed in recent years. The Canadian operation was once about the customer. Today it's about targets and quotas while customer retention suffers. Many customers are looking for other suppliers as many current employees are looking for a way out.
Regional Managers are just puppets of corporate head office. Some don't stand behind their staff. It's increasingly becoming difficult to work here. While the long term care and acute care markets have a downturn due to government spending cuts, this company has the same growth expectation and is not adjusting to slower markets. Products are overpriced and quality is going down because of cost cutting measures. Company is cutting staff benefits to make up in lost sales etc.
Technical Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 13 July 2017
In general, it was a good place to work at. Salary and benefits were fair. Things went downhill when they bought another company and merged the 2 together. Then they moved to another location. Too many people, not enough space. Lots of people let go. Working conditions got worse.
salary and benefits
advancement depended on who liked you or who you were related to
Field Service Representative (Current Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 24 April 2017
Arjohuntleigh, gives you the opportunity to represent the company as well as yourself. In the hospital health care industry, you need to be compassionate, caring but yet tough skinned. A smile and gentle tones can really make a daily difference. If you can put on a smile on someone's face when they feel they are at their worst, you have succeeded.
Being able to help, meeting new people, lifting ones Spirit, seeing the impact you have on others.
Assembleur, chef d'équipe (Current Employee) – Magog, QC – 19 December 2016
Chef d'équipe pour la conception de Leve patients et dois gerer a la supervision des assembleurs et surtout qu'il manque de rien pour la production des modèles requis, preparer les bons de travail et faire un conte rendu aux superieurs chaque jour lors d'une reunion et dois travailler en parallèle avec les caristes et aussi signaler les produits finis défectueux afin qu'ils soient réparés, s'assurer de la qualité des produits médicaux selon les normes, faire tout sous-assemblages connexe à la réalisation des produits demandés .