Medela Jobs in McHenry, IL

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13 days ago

Accounts Receivable

Medela, Inc. McHenry, IL

include the following. Other duties may be assigned. A. Cash Application • Posting of Cash, Credit Card, ACH, EDI payments into our ERP system in… Medela, Inc.

13 days ago

Complaint Data Analyst

Medela, Inc. McHenry, IL

for reviewing complaints for completeness and accuracy, assessing details provided in the complaint to determine what actions need to take place to… Medela, Inc.

12 days ago

Call Center - Customer Service Representative - Part-time (3:00-7:00 PM)

Medela, Inc. McHenry, IL

• Encourages, supports, and promotes customer service best practices, department morale, and the Customer Service mission statement. Our mission is… Medela, Inc.

30+ days ago

Quality Control Supervisor (2nd Shift)

Medela, Inc. McHenry, IL

include the following. Other duties may be assigned. • Fully support and direct the Quality Control function to ensure consistent compliance with… Medela, Inc.

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Carr Lane Quackenbush
7 Ratings
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    Mediocre Staff, little room for advancement

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    Former Employee - Full-time Assembler in McHenry, IL
    Former Employee - Full-time Assembler in McHenry, IL
    Doesn't Recommend
    Positive Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I worked at Medela (More than a year)


    Full-time benefits were decent enough. With the healthcare law an increase in demand is a no-brainer leading to growth. Office staff seem very well taken care of.


    Hiring preference was definitely women- HR explained that to me twice, although I doubt they should have (which makes sense given the product). You stay at whatever position you get hired for. Very strict rules regarding assembly/ factory positions-so much so that I refuse to work there or buy their products. When assembling products for babies one would assume that sick workers should not be handling said products; indeed, one would assume.

    Advice to Management

    I would change some manufacturing processes and focus more on automation.

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