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7 days ago

Engineer II

Baxter Los Angeles, CA

The position applies process control engineering principles/practices under the direction of senior level engineers and project leaders as well as… Baxter

5 days ago

Set Up Technician

Baxter Los Angeles, CA

Responsible for maintaining manufacturing equipment in the LAFC Manufacturing Department. • Performs preventive maintenance of critical plant… Baxter

6 days ago

Sr Principal Engineer

Baxter Los Angeles, CA

of the Subject Matter Expert (SME): system configuration, PLC/HMI programming, network configuration… Baxter

26 days ago

Lead Operator

Baxter Los Angeles, CA

Under the direction of a supervisor, this position is responsible for coordinating and executing Building 8 manufacturing area and validation while… Baxter

1 day ago

Supervisor Quality Lab – new

Baxter Los Angeles, CA

The incumbent will be required to work Swing Shift. 2:00 PM to 10:00 PM Monday to Friday. Supervise, plan, organize, direct, and evaluate routine… Baxter

3 days ago

Sr Financial Analyst

Baxter Los Angeles, CA

Responsible for the preparation of accurate and timely financial information of all LA Plant CAPITAL related matters. Responsible for overall LA… Baxter

4 days ago

Quality Control Analyst III

Baxter Los Angeles, CA

Conduct microbiological, chemical and physical analyses on raw materials, stability, in-process samples and final products, and samples collected… Baxter

2 days ago

Manufacturing Technician 2 – new

Baxter Los Angeles, CA

The Manufacturing Technician II is responsible for executing all processes in production while strictly adhering to cGMP, environmental health and… Baxter

7 days ago

Superintendent Manufacturing

Baxter Los Angeles, CA

1. Responsible for meeting production requirements, delivering quality products to customers in a timely fashion and cost-efficient manner… Baxter

17 days ago

Manufacturing Technician 4

Baxter Los Angeles, CA

The Manufacturing Technician 4 is responsible for executing all processes in production while strictly adhering to cGMP, environmental health and… Baxter

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    Incompetence abounds and Baxter doesnt take compliance seriously

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    Current Employee - Senior Manager in Los Angeles, CA
    Current Employee - Senior Manager in Los Angeles, CA

    I have been working at Baxter full-time (more than 8 years)


    Good benefits, products that sustain life


    Too many Incompetents and disfunctIonal management at middle to highest levels. There are directors and VPs who lack the industry basic understanding that associates posses. Leadership flagrantly disregards regulatory requirements. It's all about making numbers look good, not doing the right thing. The vital behaviors are a joke: do the opposite if you want to succeed. The more incompetent a sycophant you are, the more likely you'll be promoted. Products are adulterated, supplier quality is clueless, validation is poorly understood, GMP is a mystery, change management is weak and cumbersome. A culture of shut up and keep your head down. Bullying and favoritism abound.

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    A lot of management who lack the appropriate experience and GMP understanding to work in this industry. Take the regulatory agency warnings, meeting requests, warning letters, and plant holds seriously: instead of writing BS responses to the 483s and Warning Letters, start DOING the right thing, stop blowing smoke. Hold yourself accountable. Unload all the incompetent leaders, stop rewarding for fulfillment at any cost, and start rewarding the right behaviors related to regulatory compliance for business profitability. Listen to and hire people who understand what GMP is, stop losing the good employees who see things as they are. Too many employees are joking about drinking the Koolaid. Why don't you see the biannual survey results for what they say?

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