Accounts Payable Associate (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – October 25, 2013
I started at J&J as Temp. I learned lot in this job, this job helped to gain lot of experience. Gave me opportunity to learn SAP and customer service skills. 50 % of my work was to answer customer inquires by phone and e-mails. I use to hate to do customer service type of work or I always thought I can't do this type of work, but after working at J&J – more... that mind changed. Overall I enjoyed the team that I worked in. – less
WAREHOUSE MANAGER (Former Employee), lachine – February 6, 2013
Pros: challenging, rewarding
Cons: they moved away
I worked for Shanmark inc. it was the low end division of Johnson and Johnson we made packaged and distributed bandaids. I was in charge of the shipping and recieving as well as th ethird party product packaging. It was a lot of hours alot of stress and a lot of deadline as the chain dollorama expanded so did my work load.
When they moved to missausaga – more... to keep up with the supply and demand I remained here in Montreal. I loved it and miss the challenge – less
Friendly working environment with a good learning experience
Consultant (Former Employee), Guelph, ON – June 10, 2012
I worked in a consultant position for Johnson&Johnson and I gained a positive experience. The people there are cooperative, friendly, and have a clear goal in mind. They are also willing to change which allows the consultant to be more creative.
Medical representative (Former Employee), Israel – September 10, 2014
I absolutely loved working there and wouldn't think about leaving but we relocated to US so i had to. Hopefully i can find a position in Janssen here because I think that the company culture is worldwide.
Product Specialist (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – August 22, 2014
Pros: pay, benefits, stock options
Cons: low job security
I would travel to nursing homes and doctors offices and discuss with the medical staff the approved company algorithms and the proper way to titrate doses, or the time it was appropriate to refer to the doctor. I learned a lot of professionalism on this job. I worked with a very patient and pleasant manager. The harder part of the job was the constant – more... travel from site to site or office staff mistreating you as representative. The most enjoyable part was the excellent benefits and the pay. I was laid off with the first FDA concern with the medication for which I was a Product Specialist. – less
Order Filler (Former Employee), Grand Prairie, TX – July 27, 2014
Pros: great work environment clean and organized
Cons: no health insurance or benefits since i was a temp
Fast paced job in which we had to ensure that all orders were pulled and brought to the front by the end of the day to get them shipped to the hospitals. I learned alot about the RF system and how to use scanners as well as forklift operation. My co-workers were good to be with and happy to be at work most days. The hardest part of my job was loading – more... the trailers for the UPS truck pick up in the evening in the summer...super hot. The most enjoyable part of my job was seeing the manager roll up his sleeves and dig in and help on the packing line he was a great guy! – less