ProsIn general, Danaher is a well run company that attracts great people. There are a number of development opportunities that exist and many opportunities, through its wide variety of operating
ConsThe company is lean, which isn't for everyone. You need to be prepared to defend where and what you focus as it is something that may regularly come under scrutiny. That said, I've found that these
A Recognized Leader in Diversity
Our associates weighed in and gave Danaher high marks for our commitment to celebrating differences, learning from diverse perspectives, and creating an inclusive workplace. Forbes named us one of the best employers for diversity, and Danaher recen
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Danaher (Minneapolis, MN) in Jul 2021
InterviewEmail from Recruiter, call scheduled, to HR generalist, to team. Behavior type questions. Recruiter started off explaining the company, opening, reporting structure, and background they were looking for. She got back to me and kept me up to date. I wasn't successful in the end. However, she offered to put me in contact with another opening and gave me some good tips when I asked for feedback. Very impressed with professionalism, courtesy and empathy she showed towards me.
Behavioral questions were asked. Recruiter was awesome to deal with throughout the process. I liked that she said follow up is fine with her, don't be afraid to reach out to me.Answer Question
Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce
First Job Programs
Maintain entry-level hiring and career development programs to give people career starts
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...There is use of contractors, and those folks get paid less and have significantly less in terms of benefits, time off, etc. Headcount is kept tight, so it can be hard to convert unless 1. your boss fights for you and 2. they have justification to add a headcount....
January 13, 2021