Picker/Packer (Former Employee) – Lithia Springs, GA – 10 November 2017
This company need to be on top of list of companies in Atlanta who you need to run from. No advancements for minority’s. NONE. CEO of company knows what go on here. There are to many minority’s here with education and degrees who are way experience. Than who they have in management within this company. If you are looking for promotions within a company. Dont work here. You will regret this move.
Picker (Former Employee) – Lithia Springs, GA – 6 October 2017
I was scheduled to work 8:00am-4:30pm. As a picker, you never know until 4:30 everyday what time you will be getting off. There is a lot of buddy buddy going on with management and some employees causing you to possibly have to do your job and someone else.
I enjoyed what I did and had a lot of great co-workers that I worked with. The work is not hard at all.
It's hard to raise a family and work here being that you never know what time your getting off daily.
you will work any where from 8-12 hrs a day with no warning until it's time for your shift to end.
Great place to work- nice gym facilities and onsite cafeteria.
Credit Services Representative- Eastern Region (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – 5 September 2017
Resmed was a great place to work. The Credit/Collections Dept. is a very stressful position but the staff made the work more than bearable. If it weren't for an upper level management decision to re-organize sales territories, I would still be working there.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – 29 August 2017
Fast paced environment, great products, but makes work/life balance challenging. Lots of travel if in a leadership position due to locations of the businesses. Culture is more who you know, versus what you know. Benefits package is Top Notch! .
Senior Copywriter (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – 29 August 2017
ResMed makes medical devices for people who really need them. So it's nice to know that you're helping people improve the quality of their life. The workload is decent. There is an ebb and flow, but it's all manageable. My manager treats me fairly and is easy to talk to. The company puts a good effort into creating a spirit of teamwork.
Territory Manager, North Central Florida (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – 22 August 2017
Res-Med cultivates a competitive work environment among it;s sales team. Multiple Managers exert a high level of pressure on their teams to perform. Multiple agendas within the company are imposed on sales force.
Part Time Sales assistant (Former Employee) – Malaysia – 21 June 2017
I learned to make sales regarding medical items that included CPAP and its associated masks/accessories. This was challenging yet fruitful as I had to learn how to introduce a medical device in lay man term to the customers.
Intern, Quality Testing (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – 19 April 2017
I worked as a Quality Testing intern on the iOS application team at ResMed and found it to be a great first job in my field. I learned a lot about the SCRUM software development process, and got hands on experience working with iOS applications and BlueTooth connected devices. The culture was very accommodating and helpful to my needs; I always had a helping hand if I needed guidance.
Free Lunches, Happy Hours, Ping Pong, Ps4, On-site cafe, Free espresso, Team Oriented, Productive, Great Management
Customer Service Representative III (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – 18 April 2017
A typical day consist of answering calls back to back. Management stressed about the quantity of calls taken daily. Quality was demanded as well but mostly the quantity is their main concern. Management was okay, could have been better but it worked.
Shipping / Receiving Clerk II (Former Employee) – Duncan, SC – 16 March 2017
A typical day at Resmed was more often confusing. Get pick tickets from printer an pick and pack. Worked in receiving for a great deal of time. Load and unload sea containers. Scan in freight for receipt of goods. Put away freight. From day to day the work environment was different. I learned how to work with Manhattan Scale software. Management constantly changed. They could not keep a steady manager. Hardest part of Resmed was the hours. Resmed staggerd for west coast time. We never knew what time we getting off work at night.