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Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky
Alex Gorsky
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    Johnson & Johnson is a very large company.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA

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


    This company has a century old CREDO that is amazing and was one of the most exciting aspects when I accepted the position. It has a lot of wonderful programs dedicated to healthy living (both in body and mind). I have worked with many brilliant people. It is the number one company in the world. I feel that almost everyone I have worked with is committed to doing the right thing for the customer.


    My experience may have been very different from others. I know the company strives for world class commitment but may point fingers which is not a world class reaction and tends to be a waste of time. Deadlines tend to be more important than than the end result. Corporate is not clear on Management needs/duties and Management is not clear on Employee needs/duties so the company may be a little top heavy. Must be able to withstand working in a very stressful environment.

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    I am only writing this to be able to provide anonymous feedback to upper management in hopes that they will might consider these comments to improve a company that I truly have faith in. If you have the ability, please provide this review to Alex Gorsky or any other upper management as I hope that he finds the criticism constructive. Please learn to focus on the CREDO values as this company has strayed from the section which values employees. I have heard this communicated from associates all over the world. The stress is not necessary if resources are provided in a timely fashion. Temporary staffing tends to be very inefficient as it takes at least a year to be able to be fully equipped and knowledgeable due to the complexity of the company so the temporary staffing is not providing quality output. Managers should not need managers to manage the managers. Make the managers spend time on the floor. Make corporate spend time at the locations they serve. Meeting all day does not allow time to complete objectives. Perhaps management should not feel superior to production associate input as each individual has knowledge (and especially operators should be included in process improvements or solving problems in their area). Personally, I feel that I dedicated two years of my life to this company and carried my location through some very difficult times, but was not compensated for my dedication and contribution. In fact, I feel I was punished as I could not work on the requirements for promotion due to the daily duties required just to perform the job function. My passion for the company was dampened due to the stress and unrealistic expectations which eventually turned a very cheerful innovative associate into an emotional mess. Others try to take credit for accomplishments that were not theirs, and often blame is assigned incorrectly. People are often pushed out of the company as scapegoats and that is not where the true values of J & J were intended. Please don't focus on blame but how to improve. Be more flexible on deadlines and focus on the end result rather than the due date. Mostly, please provide a back to basics campaign that truly focuses on the company CREDO. While the CREDO may be a century old (or older), it is an amazing guideline for good business operations!

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