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Will the Credo stand the test of time/

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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in High Wycombe, England
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in High Wycombe, England

I worked at Johnson & Johnson

Pros

JNJ offers a great career path within a respected company and category - namely healthcare. Multinational opportunities are at large.
Likewise, JNJ has a strong track record of innovation - allowing you to be at the forefront on new consumer insights and solutions.

Cons

Whereas the Credo is at the heart of leadership values at JNJ - on paper, these values are not always rigidly demanded of senior management to succeed. Allowing leaders to progress within the organisation while blatantly ignoring respect for the employee and for the customer - is happening. As a result, poor role models are emerging for employees to aspire towards.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

It might be prudent to take a good look at direct employee feedback for each people leader, no matter how senior - and reasses if the results (shareholder metrics) do indeed outweight the first Credo responsibilities....

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  1. 1 person found this helpful  

    Good, but plenty of room for improvement.

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    Former Employee - Supply Chain Manager in Bracknell, England
    Former Employee - Supply Chain Manager in Bracknell, England

    I worked at Johnson & Johnson

    Pros

    Good opportunities to gain experience in the numerous businesses that make up the J&J Group of Companies.

    Cons

    They are obsessed with running projects that only focus on the J&J organisation internally. They need to actually speak to end customers and plan projects based on how they can meet their end customers expectations.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The customer is king, focus on meeting customers requirements and expectations. The brand reputation is excellent but prices are generally in the top quartile. Establish customer requirements and then ensure your business is aligned to meet to meet these requirements at the lowest possible cost. Times are hard, people are looking at cost and brand recognition is becoming less important to consumers.

    Approves of CEO
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    Lots of politics, good overall compensation

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    Former Employee - Technical Lead in Maidenhead, England
    Former Employee - Technical Lead in Maidenhead, England

    I worked at Johnson & Johnson

    Pros

    Good compensation for most employees

    Cons

    Endless politics between regions and divisions

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Drop the politics

    Disapproves of CEO
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