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I have been working at Animas (More than 8 years)
I would like to start by saying that I wouldn't be caught dead wearing or using any Animas product. Having seen the trauma that these pumps go through to get out the door, it's really not surprising that we have so many pumps being returned. The blasé attitude of the engineering team is appalling. The coordination, or lack thereof, of work between departments would be hilarious if it weren’t so sad. Those individuals at middle management or higher are delusional. The willingness of my supervisor to allow the work of others to be dumped on me is disgusting and I feel I am being penalized for being an efficient and dependable employee by having to do the work that no one else feels like doing. This company is already swirling around the toilet boil and it's only a matter of time before we go under.
For some reason I choose to participate willingly in the debauchery that is this company; A company that is ruled by fear and governed by childish bullying tactics. The sheer ineptitude of the management team is staggering. Talented, hardworking, and dedicated individuals are repeatedly passed over for recognition. At the same time those individuals who are advancing within the governing structure only do so due in part to an uncommon sycophantic ability; an ability that seems to be very common for Johnson and Johnson.
Advice to Management
Higher levels of the management team are so far out of touch that they may never truly understand how this company operates. They are soothed and coerced by their lieutenants into thinking that everything is right and fine. This company has become poisonous. It has become a detriment to the mental well-being of the individuals who are unfortunate enough to return every morning.