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18 days ago

Field Marketing Manager

Danaher Boston, MA

Spearhead the development ofintegrated marketing communication strategies, including audience segmentation,communication modality and media mix… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Sr. Manager Quality Assurance

Danaher Danvers, MA

The Sr. Quality Assurance Manager is responsible for managing the implementation and compliance to business Quality Systems for the Beckman Coulter… Ivy Exec


18 days ago

Sr. Manager, Finance

Danaher Framingham, MA

Prepare monthly forecasting for Business Unit Marketing expenses, headcount, and capital spendingPrepare yearly plan for Business Unit Marketing… Ivy Exec


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Danaher President, CEO, and Director Larry Culp Jr.
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    Good for VP and above, rest all stay away!!

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    Current Employee - Non-VP in Boston, MA
    Current Employee - Non-VP in Boston, MA

    I have been working at Danaher full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    If you are in industrials / manufacturing oriented domain, training in DBS and other processes is valuable. The brand is strong in such domains. If you are coming from other domains or would like to go to another domain, there are better places to go.

    Cons

    They may pay you a high salary to entice you to join, but you may not get raises or promotions. Unlike technology and other progressive companies, only executive-level people get equity in the company. There are no stock options or ESPPs. Their mantra to growth is cutting out waste. So they are always on lookout to cut people. However, in essence they are managing street's expectations. Unannounced layoffs to meet near term operating profit / other metrics are quite common across holding companies. Not much job security.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Share the wealth with non-executive associates too. Treat them fairly and with respect when you layoff people.

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