Sterile Processing Technician (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN 46260 – 23 April 2017
In this field you never stop learning. I really have a passion for doing this job with high ethics. I really enjoyed working together as a team to fulfill the needs for the patient who is having surgery.
Engineering (Current Employee) – Mentor, OH – 21 February 2017
On the surface it may seem like a decent company; Shiny building, fancy recruitment videos, decent stock performance. Don't be fooled. This place is a career dead end.
Management is ineffective. If you happen to be motivated, you will not be recognized because there is not a followed performance appraisal system. Promotion from within is rare. Non-performers will survive on the backs of the performers.
The tools given are outdated and unsupported which makes it impossible to stay sharp. I have lost the competitive edge since working there. They have reached a point that updating any systems is a Herculean task because of years of refusal to invest in modern systems.
Limited on-boarding puts the onus on the new employee to get up to speed. There is very little continuous training/development. You will more than likely have to learn an out-of-date software.
The only well run divisions are the recently acquired ones. If you work for one of these companies, hope that they are hands off. All company growth is by acquisition and on the back of legacy products. None from organic new product development.
Wellness programs, benefits, culture have been eroding over many years.
You will never see STERIS on a "best workplace" list because they refuse to participate. For obvious reasons.
DISEÑADOR MECANICO (Current Employee) – Guadalupe, N. L. – 15 February 2017
El equipo de trabajo se compone de personal con grados de maestria. Se entabla excelentes relaciones profesionales y el trabajo en equipo es fluido. Las promociones no son frecuentes. El personal de gerencia solo se enfocan en la produccion, descuidando la innovacion tecnologica. Los supervisores tienden al conformismo.
Management is terrible. The job itself is great but, there are managers who should't be managers. If you are looking to advance your career this is not the place. To many politics and if you aren't apart of the click you want be there long.
We have free Tea/Coffee with two 20 minutes paid break time
Cath Lab Technician (Current Employee) – Maple Grove, MN – 14 November 2016
A typical day at work. After clocking in, I gown into clean-room attire. On the floor I Calibrate and set all catheters testing equipment and depending on what is ready on the floor, I work on the priority jobs. I learned how to work independently making sure the work is right before it leaves your area to the next staging area. I have very supportive co-workers and we all work as a team. The hardest part is when I have to sacrifice family time to meet production demand. The most enjoyable part is when you I get compliments from the supervisor for job well-done and meeting customer expectations.
Assistante commerciale (Former Employee) – Le Haillan (33) – 31 May 2016
Bonne école de la gestion du stress et de la polyvalence Environnement jeune Formation interne importante Communication sur la stratégie de l'entreprise Communication mensuelle importante sur l'évolution de l'entreprise à tous les niveaux ( commercial, RH, comptable, sécurité, finance...) Possibilités d'évolution
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Mentor, OH – 12 April 2016
I loved my job at Steris. I worked over time every day I was there. I would pick up my orders, go to the warehouse and fill the order. I would return to my area and re-check that I had all my parts. I would package, label and ship my order. I would load and unload trucks. During my time at Steris I did not have much contact with management . My co workers were great, most were temps, and when they got to almost 6 months they were let go (as was I) The hardest part of my job was working non stop overtime to try and prove what a dedicated worker I was, how badly I wanted to work, and be taught new things. When I received the safety award over workers that had been their for years,
Learning new jobs, great team, wage, Over Time
finding out after being told by temp agency that I would be hired, and finding out they don't hire the temps, just job fillers.
Material Handler/Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX – 5 April 2016
A typical day at work could be described as busy. I learned that working together as one can get the job completed faster and more professional. My co workers and I arrive, get all the materials needed for the day and start working as a team to get all tasks done. I would say the hardest thing about my job are the twelve hour shifts and my most enjoyable thing about my job is the pay and management.