Johnson & Johnson Careers and Employment
Work happinessScores based on about 31 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
- CEOJoaquin Duato86%approve of Joaquin Duato's performance
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenuemore than $12B (CAD)
- HeadquartersNew Brunswick, New Jersey...
Johnson & Johnson is the world’s most broadly based healthcare organization and includes more than 275+ companies focused in medical devices, pharmaceuticals, and consumer products. Founded in 1886 and guided by Our Credo of shared values, our mission is caring for the world, one person at a time. Our breakthrough medicines and products reach more than a million people across the globe, which means that when you work at Johnson & Johnson, your career breakthroughs can change the trajectory of human health.
Nice but neds work can be better balalnce good needs better management get with it can be better recommend to a friend Flexible hours pay and a bonua good pay wise
Not good managers and people very competitive and not willing to collaborate on tasks. Seriously not recommended to join this company after the split.
Great place work and collegial culture. They have amazing benefits and generally people stay there for long periods of time and great for retirement.
Best place to see, lots of experience to be. If the office in the garden turn back and go straight into the dining hall. There will be support desk ask for john. Tip 100$ hands down the best service
You will be very happy at Johnson & Johnson if you appreciate a great work-life balance and attention to wellness. Management is very flexible and understanding. There is an opportunity to work remotely. Work is very collaborative and everyone is super friendly and welcoming to new people.
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Insights from 139 Indeed users who have interviewed with Johnson & Johnson within the last 5 years.
They ask you about your experience, and situations that you have encountered in the past.
I was hired as I had been working as a contractor. So interview was not required as I had already proven myself.
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