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11 days ago

Territory Manager - Ethicon Biosurgery - Oxford, Cambridge, Basingstoke

Johnson & Johnson Wokingham, England

About our company ETHICON™ Biosurgery is an innovative, growing business unit. Our aim is to be the leader in bleeding and sealing solutions during… Johnson & Johnson

13 days ago

Account Manager - Vision Care - Basingstoke, Portsmouth, Worthing

Johnson & Johnson Wokingham, England

Effective territory planning and preparation: Use all available sales and share data to plan and execute journey plan to capitalize on the business… Johnson & Johnson

20 days ago

Privacy Compliance Manager - EMEA

Johnson & Johnson Wokingham, England

- Assists the Senior Privacy Managers in the region with their oversight… Johnson & Johnson

11 days ago

Analyst - Reporting & Analytics

Johnson & Johnson Wokingham, England

Job Purpose - Deliver significant benefits in terms of providing more insightful management information enabling our business partners to make better… Johnson & Johnson

20 days ago

HE&MA Manager - Global Surgery MD&D

Johnson & Johnson Wokingham, England

Reports to: Health Economics & Market Access Director (direct) - Business Unit Leadership Teams (dotted) Location: Pinewood Travel: 40% Role… Johnson & Johnson

21 days ago

Territory Manager - Ethicon Biosurgery - Nottingham, Derby, Leicester

Johnson & Johnson Wokingham, England

“Surgery has, essentially, four big killers wherever it is done in the world: infection, bleeding, unsafe anesthesia, and what can only be called the… Johnson & Johnson

21 days ago

Executive Assistant - based Wokingham - 12 month Maternity Cover

Johnson & Johnson Wokingham, England

Johnson & Johnson, through its operating companies, is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer of health care products, as well… Johnson & Johnson

22 days ago


Johnson & Johnson Wokingham, England

Quality & Regulatory Compliance (QRC) Supply Chain Specialist UK & Ireland Location: UK Employees of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies work… Johnson & Johnson

30 days ago

Account Manager - Ethicon - Stoke, Cheshire, North Wales

Johnson & Johnson Wokingham, England

GCF: 25 ETHICON SURGICAL CARE, a division of JOHNSON & JOHNSON MEDICAL LIMITED, is a global leader in developing and marketing patient focused… Johnson & Johnson

30 days ago

Clinical Support Specialist - Biosense Webster - Midlands

Johnson & Johnson Wokingham, England

Biosense Webster, Inc (BWI), a member of Johnson & Johnson's Family of Companies, is recruiting for a Clinical Support Specialist role. Biosense… Johnson & Johnson

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    A great place to work for if you don't mind a bit of internal politics

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    Current Employee - Scientist in High Wycombe, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Scientist in High Wycombe, England (UK)
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    I think that JnJ plays an important role in the development of new drugs and seems to do so in a fair and unbiased fashion. They work hard towards making our products available to people who would otherwise be unable to afford them. It is great to work for a company were it's size dictates that the working environment has to be comfortable and pleasant, the facilities modern and equipment is up to date. The company shows concern for the environment and ensures that all that can be done to make JnJ "greener" is done. It is good to work somewhere you get paid well for what you do.


    With the size of the company it is easy to get lost as an individual - it is harder to be recognised when competing against so many others. With so many smaller companies making up JnJ as a whole it is difficult to work out what they all do and to ascertain how information could be shared better across the company as a whole. It can be frustrating seeing a change in the way everything is organised everytime someone new is promoted to a high position. It is very frustrating to see people promoted beyond their competence/experience level, where valid feedback from other employees against the promotion is apparently ignored, and particularly when it is at the expense of more qualified staff - this happening on a number of occasions. Where people are clearly not capable of performing their role, but nothing is done to either improve them or remove them from the company. The insistence of using business speak, when plain english would be easier to understand and a lot less pretentious.

    Advice to Management

    I would ask that they make promotions more transparent, and to make them consistent across the board. I think they would do better if they recognised incompetence and did something about it. Actions should be taken for a good reason and not just for the sake of it Get rid of business speak

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