Mission: Masimo is committed to improving patient outcomes and reducing cost of care by working with dedicated hospital staff to convert healthcare institutions around the world to Masimo SET® pulse oximetry technology. We are accomplishing this goal through ...
I read all these reviews on Masimo, and some of them are very harsh, but true. I"ll break it down for you: this is a great place to get your feet wet in the medtech industry. If you want to learn a lot come here, you'll get thrown in with the sharks so keep swimming. This isn't a place for slackers, or people who think they will get by easily. There are demands and they want those demands met. So if you don't have a backbone or a self-starting, self-motivating personality this isn't the place for you. They make great products, and they are doing their best to boost culture and add more fun in each day. Note: there is no mentorship, so if you are coming here for that it is not the place for you...doesn't mean it isn't the right fit for someone else though.
Sometimes you need to say no to the late hours, even though it is frowned upon. We all have families and lives we need to get to outside of that shiny building. I know people who work through the night and all the next day, it's not healthy.
Advice to Management
A mentorship program would be great, especially for those who are given tasks they have NEVER performed or went to school for. Listen to marketing...as hard as it may be for an engineering driven company, your marketing team has a bunch of bright people who have a lot of ideas and can really help build the company even more. Lastly, listen to your employees in general...they care about their jobs and working there but they want you to listen.
I applied online. I interviewed at Masimo.
HR called me after I applied online
Interview on phone about basic questions related to my goals. Then she said she will share my resume with hiring manager and will get back to me. This never happened