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30+ days ago

Manager, Tax Planning, Mergers and Acquisitions

Danaher Washington, DC

- Work closely with the Director, Tax Mergers and Acquisitions to design, devise and coordinate the implementation of domestic and international… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Communications Manager

Danaher Washington, DC

Develop and manage communications programs that increase the awareness and favorable image of Danaher among current and prospective associates… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Senior Project Manager, Corporate IT

Danaher Washington, DC

Lead the project portfolio meetings to review active priorities and update the project plans accordingly Drive the creation of project timelines and… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Corporate IT Service Manager

Danaher Washington, DC

The Corporate IT Service Manager has oversight and responsibility to ensure proper desktop and laptop computer operation so that end users can… Ivy Exec

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Danaher President, CEO, and Director Larry Culp Jr.
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    By far the worst company to work for

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Washington, DC

    I worked at Danaher full-time (more than an year)


    Salary is fairly decent buts thats about it.


    Work / Life Balance is horrible they expect you to work whenever they say but you unable to carry any time off over to the next year. Did i mention you only get 10 days per year. Danaher considers there employees as a statistics you are just another number on a sheet to them. Once your project ends be prepared to look for another opportunity because they already forecasted the end of your job. There is ZERO culture at Danaher you feel like a drone working here & you can be easily replaced. I believe the average lifespan of an employees is 1-3 years if your not senior management expect to get canned within that timeframe. I would avoid working for them or any of there subsidiaries at all cost.

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    Care more about your employees welfare then just what they can do for you. Provide opportunities for growth not just for senior management but for all the other associates.

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