Unorganized, stressful, worse if you are a contrator
Contractor (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Zuchwil – 22. März 2018
Virtually no benefits as a contractor. One does not feel like part of the company as if one would like to eat with ones colleagues one must either empty their wallet as there is no discount, or bring a bag lunch, which seems very strange in an organization like this. Also there are no 1 to 1 meetings with ones manager. You watch as everyone else plans their careers and you get the feeling that you should just be lucky to have a job. I am sure the contractor pay is also much lower than permanent employees unless people are pushing their credit limits for their cars and clothes.
The IT systems are very outdated. Yes SAP is used, but the processes end to end could be very much improved. Decisions are very slow to make and all too often no one wants to take responsibility. New problems emerge weekly which adds more stress. Have to walk on eggshells as if you make a mistake it will be used against you. Lots of overly ambitious people.
Senior Director Marketing (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Zug, Switzerland – 21. Mai 2019
An international leader in pharmaceuticals and surgical med-tech, J&J also has a big consumer healthcare business which is part of it's history, but which faces challenging times from leaner more agile competition.
Salary, long term incentives
Consensus based culture leads to slow decision making