Job was great in house training with opportunity to move up into management. Good salary.
Nice friendly staff
Leaned how the product was made and had good interest.
Only issue for me was being laid off.... have to be working with the company for 5 years before receiving permanent position.
I really enjoyed the time I had working for the company.
i have gained a huge amount of experience over the years, i have a number of roles within the company including customer service, compounding admin, technical service admin. the management structure has changed a lot over the years, and has lead to reporting outside of country which has made it difficult at time.
Worked here for 6 years in accounts, Blackrock, Dublin. A toxic, confusing and outdated old school approach to constantly instil fear & lack of confidence into employees. Make employees feel like children to surpress ambition.
Pay is terrible. Management is laughable with complete lack of qualifications/ people skills and all promote each other/ outside personal friends. No transparency on wages etc- hr only there for management. A bad atmosphere/such high turn over of staff as result. You’re a number in here that is all.
Terrible place. You are essesntially a cleaner, who work with some who have never even been to college
Technician (Former Employee) - Ireland - 9 July 2018
Terrible management from managers who are much too young and think they know the system but they don't even understand who is allowed to sign you off your training. Clean, clean, clean change a few gloves, dilute some chemotherapy.
Baxter Healthcare were a gold star top class healthcare company where I learned the 5 star gold standard in customer service and professional business practice. During my time here I learned multiple work systems, trained people, received a lot of training, worked as a team member, team manager, and as part of an over operational management structure , and supported sales and marketing. This company provided me the opportunity to travel and work with colleagues in the UK, and Europe.
Don't know where to start! Training is so slow, not allocated time to be trained, I asked for time and they were "always too busy". Management is terrible. There is no communication between management and production staff. Salary is terrible. Trying to get time off is impossible as there is a restriction on 1/3 of the year now including Christmas and from may until September your only allowed take block weeks off not individual days. Lates are horrible you never actually get out at half 7 because something always delays us. Overtime is compulsory which is ridiculous! 6 hours overtime to be completed when your supposed to be on the early shift.
Free tea/coffee, people in production are great fun
Salary is terrible, overtime is compulsory, management
Management confuse controlling staff with managing workloads. Constant criticism without constructive instruction or positive re-enforcement.
Staff are willing, competent and able to work without such restrictions.
Leading a team in the timely replenishment of stock on a timely basis to satisfy customer needs and demands. Planning and Forecasting orders based on Qualatitive and Quantitive information gathered at S&OP meetings. The Overall management of the stock portfolio, eg Expired stock, Aged Inventory, MRB, KPI's etc.
An 8 hour day. Mostly an enjoyable place to work and I made many friends there. Learned to work alone and as part of a team. The management were mostly fair and approachable. I can honestly say that I never found any job difficult after the initial stage of getting experience.
could get some floating days and a chance to make friends
at the time there was no job sharing or part time work to suit different needs.