Warehouse Worker (Former Employee), Louisville, KY – March 7, 2016
Pros: Friendly enviroment
Cons: Getting out late
Each hour we received orders from different healthcare and we were responsible for picking, packing, and shipping them. The hardest part was probably the pallet orders and destinguishing whether they were pallet orders or not. The most enjoyable part of the day was when all the orders came out and we were all caught up, because if not, we would have to stay till everything was done. I learned how to work at a fast pace environment and that no order is more important then the other. The customer always comes first. I also learned that presentation is everything!
Production Assembler (Former Employee), Manukau City, Auckland – February 9, 2016
fisher and paykel is a very strict place to work because they dont want any of their products to get contaminated. its pretty stressful to reach the targets when your line is not working together as a team
Storeman (Former Employee), Auckland, N – May 24, 2015
Pros: Happy Team enviroment
Cons: Breaks not long enough
Very productive job, enjoyed working for the company loved the people and my team that I worked with, learned heaps of experience the management was great when I was Team leader on the afternoon shift the hardest thing for me in that roll was to hand out verbal or written warnings to any of my team but my most enjoyable moments were when I saw my team go home with smiles on their faces and come back the next day knowing they enjoy being at work.
DISTRIBUTION MANAGER (Current Employee), Irvine, CA – April 11, 2015
Like the company, somewhat enjoy the laid back atmosphere, had to be a self driven learner, unfortunately the staff is complacent and my position has lost it's work/life balance and requires too much of my hands on instead of being the manager.
Assembler (Former Employee), highbrook – October 2, 2014
Working at Fisher & Paykel is so relaxing, the job is so easy. Sometimes it gets boring, but the people makes it fun. They keep you awake with their silly jokes, within the team that I worked in everyone gets along just fine. The management, no big deal in that department. They can reason with you and also very understanding. What I've learned while working for Fisher & Paykel is how effective it is to work together as a team, completing tasks together-lending a helping hand in time of need and just getting along and respecting each others personal space. The most enjoyable part of the job is our break time, everyone brings out their food and share among each others.
Machine operator & Die Setter (Former Employee), East Tamaki – May 11, 2014
Pros: i was getting shift benifits
Cons: was working extra hours as ot
I was working in night shift and it was a plasant job and all team members were very friendly. I learn die setting and quality controll there which increased my skilles.management was very supportive and encourging. The hardest part of the job was the night shift and the enjoyable part was i was learning new skills there
Training Coordinator (Former Employee), Irvine, CA – April 16, 2013
I can’t say enough about the people I worked with at Fisher & Paykel Healthcare. It was a wonderful place to work where people genuinely care for each other and want to see every employee succeed. I still keep in touch with many of my coworkers.
Accountant (Former Employee), Laguna Hills, CA – May 26, 2012
Pros: the office
Cons: no advancement
There was a lot that could happen with this division of the company. They do however take great advantage of the employees and don't have the ethical values that the corporate company does in New Zealand.