Bard
3.1 of 5 26 reviews
www.crbard.com Murray Hill, NJ 5000+ Employees

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I had a good experience and a hearty workload

Marketing Intern (Former Employee)
Tempe, AZ

I worked at Bard

ProsThere are a lot of intelligent people working toward solving some complex business problems

ConsThe culture isn't very conducive to fun, or socialising

Advice to Senior ManagementInvest more time, opportunity in the internship program

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It's a very well-run company with nice and professional people but little room for career advancement for professionals.

Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)
Tempe, AZ

I worked at Bard


Pros: Nice and friendly people; good communication between regulatory/marketing/engineering/quality folks; good… Cons: Basically the only downside is limited career growth within the company. That's not to say you can't experience… Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend More

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Positive experience

Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)
New Providence, Union, NJ

I worked at Bard


Pros: Good benefits, overall nice atmosphere to work, good work life… Cons: Very few opportunities for growth and development More

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