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Masimo Chairman & CEO Joe E. Kiani
Joe E. Kiani
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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Irvine, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Irvine, CA

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    Competitive pay and benefits. This company offers 3 weeks vacation from the start, BUT there are 2 assigned weeks where one of your weeks must be taken during one of these two weeks (depending on department needs). Of course I was in a department that it didn't matter and I took my "forced" vacation spread out over time!


    High expectations and LONG work hours! My manager wasn't even aware of many of the work tasks that I did! I thought I was doing a great job (even got the yearly bonus), but was surprised one day when I was given notice and I was outta there! I was totally surprised by this, but afterwards, was very glad that I was let go. So much less stress! As far as I know, there were no set review periods, but in all companies I've worked with in the past, there has always been yearly reviews - whether you're salaried or hourly! I was there for over a year and was never given a formal review. Hourly employees are definitely treated differently from salaried employees and aren't recognized/rewarded as the salaried employees are.

    Advice to Management

    You should have all managers give annual reviews! Or management should counsel their direct reports if they feel there is any performance issues!

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