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15 days ago

Sales Training Manager

LifeCell Branchburg, NJ

• Evaluate need and design, develop and implement continued sales education programs for experienced representatives including application launches… Glassdoor

25 days ago

Virtualization Administrator

LifeCell Branchburg, NJ

LifeCell develops and markets tissue repair products for use in reconstructive, urogynecologic and orthopedic surgical procedures. LifeCell's leading… Glassdoor

15 days ago

Sr. CAPA Quality Scientist

LifeCell Branchburg, NJ

Under limited direction of manager, participate in all aspects of the corrective/preventive action system (CAPA) including: Nonconformances: Reviews… Glassdoor

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Lisa N. Colleran
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    Terrible Management, No Support

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    Current Employee - Operations Engineer in Branchburg, NJ
    Current Employee - Operations Engineer in Branchburg, NJ

    I have been working at LifeCell full-time (more than an year)


    Nice people. Birthday cake once a month. Company phone


    No opportunity for job growth and development, downsizing is expected. Director level and above are disconnected from mangers and below. Very low office morale. Managers and Directors punish the performers by setting unrealistic deadlines and providing no resources then hold them accountable and justify no bonus or raise. Managers threaten employees with job security to "increase productivity" and document everything possible to present to HR/Director level to cover themselves. Working late nights weekends is expected with no respect for personal schedules.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Reward the employees who generate results. Hire permanent positions not TEMPS. Promote within. Set realistic goals. Show enthusiasm in your employees because the impression is that you selfish and/or don't care. Stop hiding behind your desks. Treat everyone equally.

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