I worked at DJO Global full-time (More than 8 years)
Work/Life balance was made available. They offer onsite health workout by a professional trainer and have a gym. Their health benefits and policies are good. All business units are on one operating system.
Little to no growth has resulted in high employee turnover rates. Management who have been in the same role provides no new fresh views or changes to much needed policies and procedures not related to HR. DJO is infamous for launching great ideas but then they often fizzle out over a few months.
Advice to Management
Top talent is recruited but not retained - it's been an issue for many years and partly due to two reasons - now growth and politics.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at DJO Global (Vista, CA) in June 2016.
Went fast initially (applied 1 day, got a call the next, then was requested to come on site on the 3rd day). Went there and met the team. The Engineering managers came off as arrogant know-it-alls and asked questions incorrectly (one Engineer was trying to ask about about finding the right channels, but he worded the question to make it sound like he was asking about regulations).
The people in the office looked miserable in a sea of cubicles. Said they would call within a few weeks either way. HR went silent after the on site interview. Never got an email back yet (currently 3 months later).
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