All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Johnson & Johnson employees based on 25 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
4.1/5
 
Work Life Balance:
4.5/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4.2/5
 
Benefits:
4.8/5
 
Company Culture:
4.7/5
 
Career Progression:
4.1/5
 
Colleagues:
4.8/5
 
Training:
4.1/5
 
Enjoyment:
4.3/5
 
Overall Rating:
4.4/5
 

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Application Advice:

Great and short process compared to other medical companies.

Interview Advice:

Prepare well, learn about the company and be yourself in the interview process.

Trainee Sales Specialist, DePuy Synthes at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Have a strong CV and at the online interview video stage, bring out your personality.

Interview Advice:

Tell a story with the interview questions and elaborate on the reason behind what each experience taught you.

Associate Product Manager, Immunology at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Be true to yourself, your personality is such an important part, with culture being a big part of life at Johnson & Johnson. Be sure to think about the consumers with every answer that you give and think about the bigger picture within your answer.

Interview Advice:

Have clear examples of where you have demonstrated key skills.

Nicorette Innovation & Digital Graduate, Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice: Have a good understanding of new product development, the ability to work cross functionally and time management.

Interview Advice: Previous experience, examples of specific skills

Graduate Trainee, Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

show you care about the J&J credo and leadership imperatives

Interview Advice:

what makes you different?
how have you been innovative? challenged the status quo? taken lead?

Category Development Graduate, Category at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Company ethos and values

Graduate Trainee Engineer, R&D, Manufacturing at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Make sure you research and come equipped with company specific knowledge

Interview Advice:

Know the credo!

Trainee Sales Specialist, Medical Devices, Biosense Webster at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Make sure you show enthusiasm in both the role and the company itself. Make yourself aware of the history of the company and how it delivers on its responsibility to consumers as the largest healthcare company in the world.

Interview Advice:

Relax! Stay calm and try get your key points across in the video interview stage in a concise manner.

The in person interview is more about your experiences and your understanding of the company values.

R&D Graduate Trainee, R&D at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the company, and its CREDO. Utilise as many networking opportunities as possible to contact those who currently work in the organisation.

Interview Advice:

Have a range of examples, on work experience, extra curricular activities. Utilise the STAR method when answering questions. This is a great template to ensure you are answering the questions well, and keeps you on track!

Customer Development Graduate, Commercial at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Understand J&J's values, the importance of the Credo and get to know a bit about the brands that J&J owns.

Marketing Graduate, Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Interview Advice:

Know the credo

Associate Product Manager, Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Research the company - J&J is known for its Credo; our guiding principles that are pivotal to the way business is carried out and decisions are made. If your values align to the Credo there is a strong chance that you will be a good fit for the company.

Always know the why - if you can't explain why J&J is the right place for you, and what you can bring to the company, it will be difficult to justify why you deserve a job over other candidates.

Interview Advice:

Research and prepare for general competency questions (examples of times you were a leader, examples of times you worked effectively in a team etc). Prepare all interview question responses in STAR format (explain the Situation, Task, Action, and Response you gave).

A few questions I was asked in my interview:
- What will you bring to the role that other candidates may not?
- Give an example of a time when you applied principles from the Credo in a decision you made

Northern Europe Marketing Graduate, Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

- Basic P&L understanding
- Triple win understanding - consumer, customer, category

Interview Advice:

- Understanding of the Credo and J&J values

eCommerce Marketing Graduate, Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Research the company, its values and what the company does. Apply if your values match with J and J.

Interview Advice:

Have examples of where you can show you have developed the skills that they are looking for. Put in a lot of work researching the company and industry.

Associate Product Manager, Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Be willing to take on responsibility for your development. Be proactive. Think outside the box.

Interview Advice:

Try to relax, there are no trick questions. Be yourself, they should like you for who you are.

R&D Graduate Trainee, Research and Development at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Be prepared for online tests and video interviews. Make sure you will not be disturbed, you are switched-on and able to concentrate.

For the interview, dress smartly, even though it isn't face-to-face. Do a bit of research on the company and its competitors.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you know the J&J Credo. The Credo is a mission statement defining J&Js dedication to serving its customers, supporting its employees and local communities and delivering for stakeholders.

Answers that align with the Credo will help you stand out and show that you share values with others at the company.

Graduate Engineer, Process Engineering at Johnson & Johnson
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Interview Advice:

Research J&J's history and be yourself! J&J value you as a person more than what is on your CV.

Graduate Marketing, Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, highlight all your talents that make you special

Interview Advice:

Be yourself! Johnson and Johnson are all about the people they employ and how they fit in the working environment

Graduate Engineer, Joints Product Development at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Utilise your experiences and show your passion for working in a pharmaceutical organisation. Show that you are interested in putting the patient at the centre of your work.

Interview Advice:

Be humble and honest about your experiences. Prepare for a group interview. Reach out to people that work at the company for advice.

Multichannel Specialist, Janssen Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Spend time on your application.

Interview Advice:

Research the company, read their credo and the leadership imperatives that the company bases its business on.
Have a background about what the role is, what the company do and ask questions (it was a very informal setting and just a chance to chat with people about the company and role).

R&D Graduate Engineer Trainee, DePuy International at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Prepare for the case study. You will not be able to just 'wing it'. Make sure you understand how to do a P&L and the way it works.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you cover lots of different topics. It is important to show you have a breadth of knowledge.

Marketing Graduate, Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Be concise as they have to review a lot of applications. Try to stand out but always be yourself!

Interview Advice:

They are not trying to catch you out but to get to know you so be yourself and see if you think you would fit. Everybody is really lovely so try not to stress too much.

Graduate Trainee, R&D at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Study the website and the values of the company before applying.

Interview Advice:

The interviewers are looking for candidates to relate competency based questions to the company's credo and leadership imperatives which can be found online.

OrthoKit Key Operations Analyst, Medical Devices at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Research The Credo and find past personal experiences where you have applied it's different attributes.

Engineer intern, R&D at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Emphasise where you have taken initiative and led.

Interview Advice:

When have you taken the lead?
When have you taken a risk?

Commercial Trainee, Skincare at Johnson & Johnson
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Interview Advice:

Know the Credo and research the company to have an idea of the product range.

, Customs at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Research the company and it's culture to fully understand how and why J&J operate.

, at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Do your research! J&J is so much more than baby oils and baby powder! They also develop medical devices, cancer drugs the list goes on and on!

Interview Advice:

Be prepared and be yourself. Everyone is extremely welcoming and hospitable so there is no need to be nervous. Embrace all opportunities that are thrown at you during the interview and assessment centre, showing not only knowledge but enthusiasm is important.

Commercial Trainee, at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Emphasise any laboratory experience, soft skills too like statistics and report writing skills.
Practical work experience (building, robotics, manufacturing, coding).
Team work, especially any leadership examples.
Problem solving examples.
Show any extra interests outside of the field you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Be friendly, enthusiastic (ask questions) and try to relax.
Go into depth on all skills noted in application. Give real life examples of you using these skills.
Be prepared to talk about life outside the job, your interests and other skills.

Student Tribology Engineer, Test Lab – DePuy Synthes at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Live the Credo, have passion that goes beyond the job itself, to touch peoples lives.

Interview Advice:

Do not be nervous, the people interviewing are all really nice and friendly.

Marketing Assistant, at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Ensure you are prepared for the interview, in terms of any upfront work they provide as well as with experiences you are able to talk about. Your CV should not only talk about your education but also other experiences/ qualifications you have.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for competency based questions at the interview.

Marketing Commercial Trainee, Brand Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Do background research on company, different sectors & brands that they offer.
Partake in some extra-curricular which will give you something extra to talk about in the interview.
The sector which I work in sells business-2-business. It is important to know this and have an understanding of how this works, and how marketing in this way differs.
Working in the pharmaceutical sector requires a small amount of knowledge on the NHS and how pharmaceutical marketing differs.

Associate Product Manager, Marketing – Infectious Diseases at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

The company credo isn't just a marketing ploy. It is genuinely followed throughout the company - so it is very important to mention this in interviews, and demonstrate qualities that are in line with the company Credo.

Commercial Trainee, EMEA Region at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Really focus on what drives you as a person - J&J look for people that have the values outlined in 'Our Credo', make sure these are aligned to your values.

Interview Advice:

Why this role?
Why this company?

Health economics and market access research assistant, Health economics at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Ensure you are aware of the company Credo and come across as friendly and hard working.

Interview Advice:

Show good examples of times where you have actively made a change. Show interest in the NHS and how pharmaceutical companies work.

Medical Assistant, Medical Education at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

In the role of health economics as a research assistant an excellent understanding of scientific literature is really important. It is beneficial if you have a science background and a First in your degree.

Interview Advice:

J&J really focuses on the people it employs. Working well within a team and having a positive and hard-working ethos is a good way to stand out.
As well as the usual advice such as being prepared and researching the company.

HEMA Research Assistant, Heath Economics and Market Access at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Get to grips with the CREDO, make sure it fits your values and that you can demonstrate this in your application.

Interview Advice:

Again, the CREDO is key. The recruitment process is very well organised and throws many and various activities which you will be assessed upon so prepare well for the assessment centre.

Finance Graduate Trainee, Financial Accounting at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Feel comfortable with large amounts of data. Not necessarily 'maths' skills but a large part of the role is understanding and condensing large volumes of information into actionable insights. Also be able to demonstrate how you have handled ambiguity and things that are new to you as you are given responsibility straight away and may not necessarily fully understand your area.

Interview Advice:

J&J always ask about the 'leadership imperatives'- When have you lead, shaped, connected and delivered. You can find information on these online and the entire interview is structured around these four competencies.

Business Intelligence Executive, Market Research at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Understand the company, the industry and ensure this is right field you wish to work in. This is a highly regulated industry but with that comes very interesting and challenging work. The application process is made up of:
- An online application form.
- A video interview.
- An assessment day in Leeds, on-site.

Expect the video interview and assessment centre to be challenging. DePuy Synthes set very high-standards and expect this to show through. The current intake of graduates are all Masters level graduates with strong engineering backgrounds. This scheme is highly competitive and so be honest about the projects you have worked on and the experience you have.

Interview Advice:

Read up thoroughly on the company, it's history and current product platforms.

Expect to go through a tough assessment centre. This will involve multiple exercises (individual and group) to assess your technical and business acumen.

Graduate Engineer, Design Quality Engineering – DePuy Synthes at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Do thorough research before applying and make sure you know what the job entails.

Health economics and market access research assistant, Health economics and market access at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Understand the company's core values and see whether you can align your own to these. Do your basic background research on the company. Ensure you show that you really want the job.

Drug Safety Scientist, Drug Safety at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Be transparent, a team player and willing to learn.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Associate Product Manager, Pharmaceuticals at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Read the brief very well. Prepare for CBI interview.

Business Intelligence, HIV at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Make sure you live and breath our Credo - it is what we stand for!

Interview Advice:

Know our products and recent campaigns.

Graduate, Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Show that you know the company and JNJ Credo

Interview Advice:

Make sure to know the Credo by heart.

Health Economics & Market Access Graduate, Medical Devices & Diagnostics at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Rotational graduate schemes are by far the best way to really try out varying roles and find out what career path would suit you. It also allows you to build a broad skillset therefore I highly recommend applying. Be sure to explain why you want to work in the FMCG industry, this was really key when I applied.

Interview Advice:

Explain why you want the role and your journey in realising that this is the industry and company for you.

Category Development for Adult Skincare, Shopper Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

You really need to show you're organised and enthusiastic.

Interview Advice:

I don't think it's all about your work experience, it's definitely not about what degree you got, it's about your personality. You need to be sociable, confident and independent to work well in this role

Territory manager, Field sales force at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Look carefully at not just the role you are applying for but the future opportunites within the entire business

Interview Advice:

Be personable, approachable, confident and know the company and its values.

Territory Manager, Consumer at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Emphasise relevant experience of, or evidence of research into, the role. Include key skills and attributes that you possess that relate to key aspects of the job description.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you are passionate and interested in the healthcare industry and are familiar with the Johnson&Johnson Credo, the ethics which guide the way we do business. Relax and be yourself!

Territory Manager, at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Be happy, confident and be willing to try a range of job positions to build your skills and knowledge.

Interview Advice:

Telephone interviews- Informal questions more around why you want to work for the company and how you believe you could support the company. They give you an idea of the questions in an email before!!

Assessment day- 3 rounds group exercise, interview and case study. Have examples of Key work following STAR format, be confident in sharing ideas but show accountability when you don't fully understand something.

Marketing Graduate, Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

I would bring out all the extras that you have done whilst at university, school etc. as they are skills that they will be looking for.

Interview Advice:

Come prepared for a group task, an interview and a task where you digest information and present back.

Territory manager, at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

research market position

Interview Advice:

pratice assesment centre exercises

Graduate traineee, Shopper marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Show that you are a results orientated employee and that you value being part of a team. Project Management and Leadership skill are paramount when applying. It doesn't matter what background you come from in applying for this job whether it be marketing, sales, legal, finance etc. this role will equip you with the basic skills necessary to move on to any role within a FMCG company.

Interview Advice:

Know how new products are launched. Know the marketing mix, how you land new products in store and how they should be priced against competitors. This will be helpful as a segment of the interview process will more than likely ask you to present on launching a new product in the market place and the most important aspects are - Price of product vs competitor - Listing of product in store in line with Planogram dates of said store (ie. when Tesco decide what goes on their shelves) - Marketing plan to launch the product (TV/Print/Digital etc) and Promotional plan you will put in place for launch (£1 off etc) and set the budget aside to allow for this.

Territory Manager, Sales at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Be confident and creative. The job is what you make of it

Interview Advice:

Be confident and creative. The job is what you make of it

Graduate Trainee, Category Management at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to work long hours in a fast pace environment. There's no easy way to put it but you will be challenged!! The rewards are certainly worth it however.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself- highlight your strengths but also the development areas in which this job will help you achieve

Graduate- Nicorette Nordics, Nicorette at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Make sure you are prepared to be very flexible, the role will require you to do a lot of driving and to re-plan your journeys at short notice when required. This can interrupt with your personal life so just be prepared and remember that this is what is required when working for such a top organisation. This role and opportunity is fantastic so put your all into your application and if you are successful make the most of every chance you get to learn from the fantastic colleagues around you.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself and take time to think about your answers. I was given a number of solo tasks in the morning of my assessment day where I was given information and needed to create a product, pitch, financials etc. and then present this to a few members of staff. They then questioned me and I made sure I had reasons behind every decision I made. At J&J they trust your decisions if you can say why you made that call.

Territory manager, Field sales, consumer at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Apply! Sales has a "dirty" image but it is highly professional. If you have the person skills, negotiation skills and business mindset to succeed it will give you a high energy buzz several times a day when you convert stock into cold hard cash.

Interview Advice:

Be relaxed. I think i was too business formal in my presentation style before I recieved expert one to one coaching in this area. This is probably because I had always had finance work experience. However making sales is as much about the presenter as it is the content.

Territory manager, Field sales at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Find out about J&J - the Credo is such an important part of the company that it is vital to know about that and what it means both as an employee and for the company's stakeholders

Interview Advice:

Standard STAR related questions, they are looking for key values such as sense of urgency, prudent risk taking and embodiment of the Credo values also.

Marketing Graduate, Benecol at Johnson & Johnson
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Application Advice:

Learn as much as you can about the FMCG sector and the opportunities and challenges of working within this industry.
Understand the company it's history, product portfolio and it's values.

Interview Advice:

Show you bring solutions to problems and make your contributions heard during the group exercise. Make sure all your suggestions are based on logical reasoning and be able to justify your suggestions.

Graduate, South west at Johnson & Johnson
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Best:

Healthy workforce.

Worst:

Limited colleague interaction.

Trainee Sales Specialist, DePuy Synthes at Johnson & Johnson
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Best:

There's been a real effort to make me feel part of the company even when working from home.

Nicorette Innovation & Digital Graduate, Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Best: Benefits People Culture

Worst: Processes

Graduate Trainee, Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Best: culture ,people

Commercial Graduate Trainee, sales at Johnson & Johnson
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Best:

culture, caring colleagues, company that does good in the world

Worst:

slow to get things done and bring things to market

Category Development Graduate, Category at Johnson & Johnson
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Best:

Culture
Ethics
Working environment
Support and training

Graduate Trainee Engineer, R&D, Manufacturing at Johnson & Johnson
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Best:

Culture, credo

Worst:

n/a

Trainee Sales Specialist, Medical Devices, Biosense Webster at Johnson & Johnson
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Best:

Very large company meaning there is no shortage of opportunities or side projects to get involved with.

People genuinely care about their work and take their responsibilities to consumers seriously

Worst:

As the company is headquartered in the United States, certain communications and opportunities are too US-centric and not catered for employees in Europe.

R&D Graduate Trainee, R&D at Johnson & Johnson
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Best:

The people and the culture

Worst:

internal regulations (the industry)

Associate Product Manager, Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Best:

- The people
- The training
- The employee support

Worst:

- The facilities
- The location

Northern Europe Marketing Graduate, Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Best:

Global brands

Worst:

Slow moving processes

eCommerce Marketing Graduate, Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Best:

a huge mix of opportunities

Worst:

relatively bureaucratic

Customer Development Graduate, Sales and Customer Development at Johnson & Johnson
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Best:

Care about you, mental health, physical health, working environment. A huge amount of training on offer and encouraged throughout the year.
5 CSR days to volunteer and give back to the community

Worst:

Large company so can be difficult to get your voice heard with bigger things and make a change

Associate Product Manager, Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Best:

Employer is ethically minded and consumer driven.

Worst:

Some things take longer to happen than they sometimes could.

R&D Graduate Trainee, Research and Development at Johnson & Johnson
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Best:

- Invested in employees welfare and professional development
- Encourage graduates to get involved with schemes/initiatives

Worst:

- It's an enormous, multi-billion dollar, multi-national corporation. This obviously has its positives (resource to invest in and train graduates/employees) but it can also feel overwhelming at times.

Graduate Engineer, Process Engineering at Johnson & Johnson
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Best:

Ethical, care about staff, invest in training

Worst:

Bureaucratic, slow systems, old IT

Graduate Marketing, Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Best:

Global organisation - vast opportunities to grow, develop and try different roles. A real development fostering organisation. Most people are very happy to collaborate.

Worst:

N/A

Multichannel Specialist, Janssen Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Best:

Flexible working hours and good benefits systems.

Worst:

Nothing!

R&D Graduate Engineer Trainee, DePuy International at Johnson & Johnson
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Best:

the people

level of ownership

Marketing Graduate, Marketing at Johnson & Johnson
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Best:

The have a lot of physical and mental health support!

Worst:

Really not many bad points

Graduate Trainee, R&D at Johnson & Johnson
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