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22 days ago

Critical Systems Operator

B Braun Medical Inc Irvine, CA

We are currently seeking a Critical Systems Operator (Graveyard shift) who will ensure all equipment in Critical Systems is operated and maintained… Percipio Media


30+ days ago

Operating Mechanic (Advanced)

B. Braun Medical Inc. Irvine, CA

+ Travel to vendors (as needed) to provide support and to learn to function/troubleshoot/manage the respective equipment. NORMAL OPERATIONS… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Environmental Health and Safety Manager

B. Braun Medical Inc. Irvine, CA

Lead safety awareness and performance improvement systems through safety committee participation, coaching safety representatives and by providing… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Operating Mechanic (Comprehensive)

B. Braun Medical Inc. Irvine, CA

+ Travel to vendors (as needed) to provide support and to learn to function/troubleshoot/manage the respective equipment. NORMAL OPERATIONS… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Section Manager Component Manufacturing

B. Braun Medical Inc. Irvine, CA

In conjunction with the Manager of Manufacturing Engineering, develop budgets, manpower, planning, capital requests, strategic direction and cost… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Lead Mechanic

B. Braun Medical Inc. Irvine, CA

5. Able to mentor and develop team members to maximum potential. Ability to… Glassdoor


9 days ago

Aseptic Operator I

B. Braun Medical Inc. Irvine, CA

We are currently seeking an Aseptic Operator I (EWN – 6:00PM-6:30AM) who, under the direction of the Duplex Manufacturing Supervisor and/or Filling… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Pharmaceutical Project Manager

B. Braun Medical Inc. Irvine, CA

In addition, the PM will support the development and improvement of project management systems, including the business phase/gate process for new… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Controls Engineer

B. Braun Medical Inc. Irvine, CA

* Develop and manage project schedule, track costs, prepare status reports, conduct team meetings and communicate progress to management. * Supervise… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Forklift Operator/Warehouse Worker

B. Braun Medical Inc. Irvine, CA

• Check and verify all pallets for product and batch numbers. • Ensure all records are completed and maintained in accordance with… Glassdoor


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    Former Employee - Engineering Technician in Irvine, CA
    Former Employee - Engineering Technician in Irvine, CA

    I worked at B. Braun Medical as a contractor (less than an year)

    Pros

    The only thing they're not stingy about is overtime (if approved of course). Also and although a few of them, the actual good people stand out as the company is generally full of toxic people.

    Cons

    Wages and salaries are below (maybe well below) the market rate.

    Although my main manager was actually decent with me and a few of my supervisors were like mentors as well, a good bunch of the staff (managers, supervisors, coworkers) weren't the people one would want to work with for, like, ever. The higher level managers extremely micromanaged their staff by essentially interrogating them of what they were doing with fear of the implication of being let go if their questions weren't answered correctly. There were actually times when I've witnessed manufacturing supervisors overly threatening termination if any of the staff (usually the un- or undereducated temp workers) were to make certain mistakes as everyone knows they can be easily replaced as the Irvine location has a temp office with many people coming in for job prospects. Even if they weren't your direct supervisors (this too applies with some of my own supervisors), they will reprimand and unnecessarily yell at employees for the smallest things such as checking their phones or talking with colleagues unless of course if you were one of their favorites. In addition, there is no concept of mutual respect integrated in their psyches as they do the same things I've just mentioned amongst themselves. I understand that one has to be extremely focused and critical in certain situations. But outside of these situations, it is completely unnecessary and counterproductive to reprimand your employees like a teacher would with students.

    Aside from some of the harsh management and supervisors, a good bunch of the workers, especially those on the manufacturing side of the campus, are rude and quite immature for their ages. Not only do they seem unfriendly in their communication and manner but also how they will quickly assign blame and throw people under the bus even if they are partly or entirely guilty of what caused the issue in the first place. Such example is when one of the fork lift drivers had the nerve to glare at me as if it was entirely my fault that he almost ran into me even though I was even more aware of my surroundings than an average pedestrian would be and how the majority of responsibility would and should be that of the driver. Although I don't want to brand every uneducated person as the following, but it is quite evident that the lack of education inversely correlates with the emotional maturity required for these positions.

    Be that as it may, it could be very well possible that the cause for their behavior might be of how unfairly treated management is towards them. One example is how free coffee is only available to the higher paid administrative/technical/managerial members of the company whereas a vending machine charging for coffee is the only thing available to the rest of the employees, aside from the not free cafeteria.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Don't be so hostile with your employees by micromanaging the hell out of them. Also, treat them with dignity and mutual respect. Imagine yourselves in their shoes.

    Hire more educated, mature and competent employees in order for increased productivity, lower turnover, and a better workplace overall.

    Raise salaries and wages to more fair standards and... make coffee free to everyone as most companies of B Braun's size have done so already.

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