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It has been a decent company so far. I like the learning culture ;however, the life of LS can be so overwhelmed. The work-life balance can be horrible due to workload. I have been with the company for 5 years, and there were so many organizational changes. Its very frustrating to keep up with the changes.
Great training program.
Work-life balance is horrible.
They have a good business model but lack a positive company culture. Few growth opportunities for those working the hardest. Completely a leadership issue. I worked with many great colleagues.
I met great colleagues
If you like being mirco-managed, this is the place for you. They have taken away almost all autonomy for sales professionals and tell you where to go and how often. Poo IC plan. They call the IC staff the "payment prevention" department because they build in loopholes everywhere so they don't have to pay you. If you are a successful sales professional who likes to make money, this is the worst place to be. If you like to be told what to do and travel extensively and live on base pay, this is your place.
Benefits are good.
Bad IC plan. No autonomy.
Al partir de un negocio "pequeño" en una gran compañía (J&J) de la que se independizó por venta, resultó un completo desafío "diseñar" una nueva compañía de un negocio con 70 años de historia. Pasados 6 años, es una GRAN stand alone company, key player en IVD, con un gran equipo humano y en crecimeinto y expansión constantes. Negocio muy basado en contratación pública del sector sanitario con proyeción de futuro, sin duda!
I was a contractor, and I was able to make good progress. I got caught up in a situation and was blamed for something a co-worker did, and since I was the contractor I was let go. They wanted me to also act as a salary employee and work more hours than I was supposed to for free.
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I like the people at Ortho. They are very dedicated, loyal and hardworking individuals. I feel the management needs to do a better job of life/work balance issues and the amount of stress that is evident in the work place every day!
The biggest problem i have working where i am is the schedule. 12 hour shifts, 2 days, 2 nights and 4 days off. I have a very difficult time falling asleep so I’m always tired at work and at home. My schedule rotates so i can’t go to school like i want to. The management does not seem to look out for the best interest of the employees. We get 3 full sick days per year. Although i go above and beyond at work as often as possible, my work overall seems unappreciated
I felt very welcomed here, training was great. Everybody made you feel like you’ve been working there for along time and they wanted to ACTUALLY help you do your job well to the best of your capabilities. Manager was great , best manager I’ve had in awhile. Working for this company made me feel like I had a purpose everyday I came to work. Was always room to learn and don’t forget the great benefits they offered. Would do anything to get this job back.
I was let go because i had terrible training and was not getting it because i had 11 different people show me the process. and then after 5 months i was let go for "struggling". i was not struggling. i was doing fine. but i called the supervisor out on something and he was embarrassed and had it out for me.
I have moved around a little and have learned so much since I have been at Ortho. the people are very nice and helpful. There are some that get stuck in the we've always done things this way but they are few and far between. Ortho is forward thinking but needs to invest in technology. we have experienced a lot of changes at the senior level with leadership because each time a new COO comes in they bring in their people. It makes things confusing.