J And J Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Johnson & Johnson is an American multinational corporation founded in 1886 that develops medical devices, pharmaceutical, and consumer packaged goods. Its common stock is a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the company is ranked No. 37 on the 2018 Fortune 500 list of the largest United States corporations by total revenue. J&J is one of the world's most valuable companies.

A former employee said this in a review: "Management at Johnson & Johnson has changed and the department went down hill fast. People would yell at each other in meetings. It was crazy. HR did nothing to help but to say yes you are working in a bad environment".


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Former Employee - Recruiter says

"Lots of discrimination based on gender, disability, and criminal history. Not a very diverse company. Won’t hire men as core employees. Dated company culture. As for the temps, you’re not the customer, you’re the product."


"Their main goal is to continuously sign-up new talent so once they have placed you, they will not satisfy any other requests for more career-oriented positions. However, they will lie and tell you, they will keep you in their prospects for a better position."

Former Contractor - Anonymous Contractor says

"I learned that my contract was extended through the company instead of the temp agency."

Current Contractor - Material Handler says

"nothing bad to say"

Current Employee - Temporary Office Work says

"Got called 2 times in 6 months, one when I was on vacation and TOLD them so. The other was for 3 days, and it was too far for the salary. Seems to be not as busy as in the past. I tested with what they said were wonderful skills and I got zero offers?"

supervisor (Current Employee) says

"this company thrives on writing up it's employees, demeaning them and firing them. if you can endure the verbal and physical abuse from the clients, get ready for the verbal onslaught from the supervisors and management!you get to leaveprocare, hr, ceo, supervisors, schedules, pay"

Direct Care (Former Employee) says

"This comany is the worst company I have ever worked for. Management is disorganized and do not care about the emloyees or the clients. I do not recommend this place to anyone.making a difference to the individualsmanagement and pay"

Direct Care Staff (Current Employee) says

"This job asks so much out of you and give you nothing in return. The company had to down size due to state funds and it has affected the staff in a great way. It takes away pay raises and appreciation gifts. The company doesn't acknowledge the employers when they have so much on their plate.free meals, outingshorrible managment"

Direct Care (Current Employee) says

"Consistently under staffed, staff unappreciated, low pay, stuck on shifts constantly. No room for advancement. You will be a body to fill shifts. Management makes no effort since you are dispensable. Stay away.awesome clientsawful management, low pay, under staffed, not appreciated, beware."

Direct Care Staff (Former Employee) says

"Clients are amazing! Sadly they pay 10.55 an hour and I have 7+ years of experience. They tell you part time hours in job offer, then schedule you full time.ClientsPay and hours"

Direct Caregiver (Former Employee) says

"J and J Holmes have clients that are very rewarding to work with. Unfortunately, management does not show much interest in the people that work for the company. I felt very unappreciative and not resected. The field is a great opportunity to help and give back to others by helping with the needs that each individual demands. That is the reason why I stayed with the company. I believe they need to expect more from their employees so the turn around is not so high and that there are people working there that are hardworking, compassionate, and actually decide to show up for their scheduled shifts.working with clientspoor management, low pay for the job demand"

Client Caregiver (Former Employee) says

"I loved working with the clients. Just the people above myself and others always seemed to be better than everybody else. They don't really care if something happens to you in the company. if you are gone one day you loose points if your sick and have a doctors note or even if a family member has died. I believe we work so close and hard with they clients and care about them and the company doesn't care about you as much as you care about the people you are taking care of."

Direct Care Staff (Current Employee) says

"A typical day at work would include client cares, cooking and cleaning, med passing and charting on the clients. I learned that caring for individuals with special needs is very rewarding and difficult at the same time. The management and co-workers that I work with are genuinely good people, but sometimes our team needs work with communication.The hardest part of the job is the hours and pay and sometimes the clients. Our team does not always commit themselves 100% into their jobs and the tasks overcome what some staff believe is necessary and what is to be expected of direct care staff. Clients can sometimes be hard to work with and it can wear down the team. The most enjoyable part of my job is by far the clients and co-workers, the clients give such a great sense of accomplishment when they learn new things, and staff that are willing to work hard for the benefit of other people make it so much easier to work in this field.breakfast, lunch and dinner are always provided for all staff, working with clients can be very rewarding and fulfilling.the pay and hours are hard to work with and can become overwhelming."

PCA Personal Care Assistant (Former Employee) says

"A typical day involved assisting clients with being as independent as they could be in their daily functioning. This included things with personal hygiene as well as daily living tasks."

Direct Care Giver (Current Employee) says

"The job was a great fit while attending college. The experience was truly worthwhile because the job helps prepare its employees for the real world great level of responsibility that the job holds."

DSP (Direct Support Professional) says

"I loved working for this company when I was employed there. I had to put in my notice because of pay and distance and it wasn't worth the drive for me. But I loved the people I worked with and for they were all amazing. I would go back in a heart beat if they pay was just a bit higher and it paid for me to travel. This company was so good to me and so was my supervisor."

Assistant House Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"Can be a great place to work. This depends on the house and the manager you have. The residents you work with are great. I love my time there."

DSP (Direct Support Professional) says

"The most enjoyable part of working at J&J is the clients you get to interact with. They make your day. Sometimes you arrive at work with all your issues and leave feeling very good about the day because you get to interact with these wonderful people. Don’t mistake me, some days are challenging but most of the time, it’s a pretty chilled environment.Free meals, enjoy activities with clients, help improve clients daily living.Lack of advancement, relatively low pay"

Direct Care Staff (Current Employee) says

"While working with this company for the past couple years, I experienced the ups and downs of being direct care. Bad news first? Well the company was outstanding when I first joined. The care for its employees has dramatically gone down over the years. There are less rewards for well deserved staff than when I first started. Management can be great when your on their good side. Overall the job gives people many skill sets to become successful in other fields. Skills like patience, communication, perseverance can be acquired working in this company. The most enjoyable aspect of the job is it doesn't feel like a job, no uniforms, just appropriate garments required for client safety.Free meals, outings with clients, flexible.no breaks, salary is not enough for the work done."

Direct Care Staff (Current Employee) says

"A typical day at work would include helping clients with their daily routines, taking them on outings, helping them medications administration, and preventing occurrence of behaviors using verbal redirection and communication skills."

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