Johnsons Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Johnson & Johnson is an American multinational corporation founded in 1886 that develops medical devices, pharmaceutical and consumer packaged goods. Its common stock is a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the company is ranked No. 37 on the 2018 Fortune 500 list of the largest United States corporations by total revenue. J&J is one of the world's most valuable companies.
Johnson & Johnson is headquartered in New Brunswick, New Jersey, the consumer division being located in Skillman, New Jersey. The corporation includes some 250 subsidiary companies with operations in 60 countries and products sold in over 175 countries. Johnson & Johnson had worldwide sales of $70.1 billion during calendar year 2015. Johnson & Johnson's brands include numerous household names of medications and first aid supplies. Among its well-known consumer products are the Band-Aid Brand line of bandages, Tylenol medications, Johnson's Baby products, Neutrogena skin and beauty products, Clean & Clear facial wash and Acuvue contact lenses.
The company has a history of corruption and legal fines: Global health care giant Johnson & Johnson (J&J) and its subsidiaries will pay more than $2.2 billion to resolve criminal and civil liability arising from allegations relating to the prescription drugs Risperdal, Invega and Natrecor, including promotion for uses not approved as safe and effective by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and payment of kickbacks to physicians and to the nation’s largest long-term care pharmacy provider. The global resolution is one of the largest health care fraud settlements in U.S. history, including criminal fines and forfeiture totaling $485 million and civil settlements with the federal government and states totaling $1.72 billion.
Most horrible is that they poisoned babies and women for decades with toxic baby powder! Facing thousands of lawsuits alleging that its talc caused cancer, J&J insists on the safety and purity of its iconic product. But internal documents examined by Reuters show that the company's powder was sometimes tainted with carcinogenic asbestos and that J&J kept that information from regulators and the public.
The work culture is not great: An employee from Colorado stated this about a recent Johnson & Johnson acquisition of their business "They don't pay good they don't treat you as a human and they're not a good company over all their management sucks and communication sucks It was a good company... but ever since Johnson & Johnson took over its been going down hill fast..."
VENDEDORA asistente (Former Employee) says"MUY CAOTICO A ORDENAR POR COLOR SEGUN EL VISUAL MALA ADMINISTRACION Y DESORDEN DE LOS JEFES CAEN EN CONTRADICCIONES QUE PERJUDICAN AL EMPLEADO AUNQUE ESTE SEA MUY BUENO PARA EL TRABAJO ALGUNAS BUENAS PAra trabajar otras sacan la vuelta la parte mas dificil es que las jefas cambian de idea en instantes y se produce desorden me di cuenta que puedo trabajar con bastantes personas sin provocarme un caos personal y poder dirigir a mis compañeras de labor con buenas aceptacion de las mismas sin tener enfrentamientos de ningun tipo y seguir teniendo amistad externas con las compañeras de trabajo hasta hoy seguro medico vales de colacionno respetan minutos de descanso o el derecho a sentarse por unos minutos"
Waste Water Manager (Former Employee) says"A typical day was arriving at 7am setting in meetings with the supervisors on the day services. Then getting with the clerical staff on any previous tickets that were questionable for billing. Each day was a learning experience whether in a residence service or in a refinery installing waste systems our setting in lift stations . The owner gave me free rein of my time between his service and also being self employed business pest control.The job was a challenge every day in the operations on the mechanics and the electronics on all the different systems we worked on from the schools , homes , refineries . the most enjoyable part of the job was the people in which I worked around that was understanding we were in it together to accomplish the service that was required,"
Material Control Specialist (Former Employee) says"Start and end time was not the same as what the client was saying on the first day. Which was seem like the client's fault. Also client was saying position was different from what was told to recruiter, not Temp to perm. Which could have been the clients fault too. Sometimes hard to get in touch with the them to find out important info when needed. But recruiter was very good and so was the pay. So maybe it could have been the client for most of it."
General Assistant (Part-time) says"Working at Johnson's was a great 22 years of my life but unfortunately my job position has been made redundant .no alternative employment that was suitable to me has been foundGreat holiday entit!e mentExpect a lot out of you"
tesorero encargado recursos humanos (Former Employee) says"una buena empresa en general,aprendi a crecer como profesional, excelentes compañeros pero falta mas cercania de la jefatura preocuparse mas que los trabajadores de las necesidades escucharlos y que pagaran un poco mas a la gente que realmente se las jugaba insentivos cosas asi, la parte mas dificil lograr un buen equipo de trabajo lo que mas me gusto el compañerismo de parte de los funcionarios no asi de los jefes habian muy pocos que realmente eran cercanos. faltaba capacitacion de los funcionarios, yo todo lo que aprendi fue por mi iniciativa y ganas de surgir y poder ser una buena funcionaria. en general para ser una empresa grande aun le falta con respecto a sus trabajadoresbuen ambiente entre compañerosfalta de capacitacion y cercania de los jefes"
vendedor (Former Employee) says"un dia era abrir caja, ver la bodega que este ordenada, contar las cajas de mercaderia que llegaban , atender publico y tambien recibir pagos de cuotas y cheques . cuadrar tambien y tambien ordenar al cierre la sala de venta en este caso calzado que era mi departamento., etc,era el compañerismolos jefes no escuchaban a los vendedores......"
Cleaner (Former Employee) says"I work like cleaner in liverpool few month i am finish because moved to newcastle"
General assistant transferred from Sittingbourne (Current Employee) says"Every day is a busy day and every day is a new day too. There is always something to do and when there isn't you know its nearly time to go home but sometimes the day goes so quickly that you forget the time and leave late. The hardest part of the job is not getting a break. The most enjoyable part of my job is meeting new customers as well as regulars.working EVERY saturday"
Cajero administrativo Sub(r) says"Día entretenido con harta afluencia de publico, por lo tanto, harto trabajo.-Como persona exigirme, organizarme, a ser eficaz.- En capacitacion, Merchandising, atención a clientes, curso microsoft office nivel usuario (INACAP Los Andes).-Gran equipo humano, solidarios, excelente equipo.-Lo más dificil lidiar con el caracter de las personas, el hecho de recibir pagos de los creditos, generalmente las personas compran contentas y pagan no muy contentas.-Una linda experiencia, me hizo crecer como persona, me gustó haber sido parte del equipo.-Lo que más me gusto fue satisfacer las necesidades de los clientes, resolver los problemas presentados y lo que aprendi.-excelente escuela para aprender el área del retailpoca facilidad de promoción"
Cashier (Former Employee) says"the job was good people i worked with was great it was every clean the management was ok"
vendedor (Former Employee) says"El ambiente de trabajo dentro de la tienda no era el mejor, debido a varios roces entre los jefes de departamentos y los vendedores de dichas areas"
vendedor integral (Former Employee) says"Tienda sencilla tanto por su gerencia como colegas, bastante lejanos al principio pero me hice un lugar al final. Personalmente siempre hay algo que aprender y cada colega deja alguna enseñanza, lo mas dificil el momento del cierre de la tienda no estabamos preparados para ello.bonos, fiesta fin de año, bono para ropa.muy pequeña"
Johnsons Specialist Dry Cleaners (Current Employee) says"I worked for Johnsons for a year after transferring from another company. its is a very stressful job as you are expected to work with reduced staff and expected to work overtime for no money, yet you are expected to wait for your time owed back for months. The bonus system is great especially when you have great weeks at work and hit targets.good bonuswork overtime for no pay"
dry cleaner (Former Employee) says"my everyday jobs were to serve the customers and prepare there clothes for them. The main thing I learned was how much work goes into preparing people stuff and customer care by making sure they were happy with the job that we done for them. And to also build a friendship with them so they wanted to come back again. My co-worker and my manager were very nice which I think made my days at work more enjoyable. I enjoyed talking to the customers and making sure everything was ok with them but that was also the hardest part of the job as well because sometimes people wouldn't like the fact that we couldn't do what they had asked for. But I would rather turn the work down than give them something they would not be happy with and that would then make them not want to return.20% of dry-cleaning"
Driver/Warehouse (Former Employee) says"fun, nice coworkers, didn't like that I got paid less because I am a female. I worked just as hard as the males did.freedom of on the road, out sidejunky trucks, houston drivers"
vendedora (Former Employee) says"fuia capacitada en ventas y caja . una exelente direccion por parte bde la jefatura y mis colegas comprometidos con la funcion laboral compatibilizar los horarios de comercio , las capacitaciones"