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I applied through college or university. The process took a dayinterviewed at Johnson & Johnson.

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Terrible. It is not very well planned and there doesn't seem to be a system that they follow. Since the retention rate isn't too high in the HR area, it's hard to know who is who and what they are in charge of. Usually they will look at their past co-ops along with outside candidates for SLDP positions. They require you to be flexible with locations-meaning they want you to take whatever you get when they offer you the position. You have the ability to give them a list of preferences, but you aren't guaranteed anything. Last year they only took into consideration present and past co-ops. There was no structure to this, it was all about if your manager pushed for you and contacted the hiring SLDP manager. All in all the process was ridiculous. There is no loyalty that J&J has to you even if you have done previous co-ops, but expects you to be 110% loyal to them. Most other companies offer full time positions after completing a development program but after SLDP, you are not guaranteed a full time offer. You have to again interview and compete for full time positions.

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