- 5.0Jun 9, 2023
Stryker Sales RepSales RepresentativeCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearLos Angeles, CA
Make your own work schedule
Very competitive industry, a lot is put on the rep.
- 4.0Sep 23, 2023Test Engineering TechnicianFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsRedmond, WA
- Offered good pay, good secondary compensation, and good benefits - Middle and low level management were decent - Culture was accepting of work-life balance needs - Stryker's hiring process brought in positive and effective teammates - Seems the organization from top to bottom took consistent action to make long-term improvements, even if priorities are different between groups and different levels of the hierarchy.
- Working in or around production was a high pressure environment. - Middle management seemed disempowered to drive site-specific long-term improvements. - The products and their production systems at my site at had accrued significant and costly technical debt from poor engineering in the past. Middle management only took concerns surrounding this situation seriously when conveyed by the right people. - Lack of vertical mobility and growth opportunities for technical staff outside of a tuition reimbursement program. - Consistently heard about project management faux pas related to new product development, which wouldn't have been any of my business except it could create even more technical debt.1