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Maintenance Team Leader

Johnson & Johnson Reading, PA

to directly supervise maintenance technicians, which include leading, planning, coordinating, and scheduling their work. The Team Leader will execute… Jobg8


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    Good place to work if you can look the other way.

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    Current Employee - QC Scientist  in  Lititz, PA
    Current Employee - QC Scientist in Lititz, PA

    I have been working at Johnson & Johnson full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Better pay for the area, good benefits, option to work 4 10-hour days, good atmosphere and co-workers are nice. You have the opportunity to learn as much as you want to in terms of instrumentation and techniques.

    Cons

    Management is moving toward micro-management. There is a growing distrust of leadership due to lying and favoritism. There is mandatory overtime almost every weekend. The lab is older, so the instrumentation and programs used are really old, and some really need to be updated for the sake of efficiency (they are working on updating the programs, slowly). Your desk is in the lab, so there's no privacy, or even space, since most people share desks with another person. They tend to let people go suddenly (specifically temps), and will look for excuses to let you go if they don't like you. They give promotions more based on time served; there are people at level 1 doing more work than some people at level 3.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Do not micro-manage. It never works. Stop lying to your employees; you can't possibly believe that we don't see what's going on. Try to be professional about who you let go and when; don't cut off your nose to spite your face. We don't have enough people to not have mandatory overtime every weekend, so we don't need to just be throwing temps away because we don't like them for one reason or another. Make your employees your first priority, not your last.

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