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Carefusion doesn't care about us

Discussion in 'CareFusion' started by Anonymous, Oct 6, 2014 at 11:30 PM.

  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    This company has only been around since 2009. 5 years. That's it. And soon it will be gone. And no one cares.

    Spinning off companies today is like flipping houses.
    I can't wait til I can retire.
     
  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Now is your chance to reinvent yourself.
     
  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Sadly you are correct. One look at your leadership team and even an outsider could tell they were in it for a quick buck.
     
  4. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Carefusion was spun off of Cardinal for one reason and one reason only- to be sold. There was no forward thinking other than make the books look good and make it appear that the company was profitable. it is nothing personal- just business. sadly, this is today's business model. Look around. This isn't the only company going through this.
     
  5. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Yeah. Baxter is spinning off Baxalta. In 5 years, Baxalta will be sold to Merck, just like Schering was.
     
  6. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Carefusion middle management held down the people who worked for them while telling upper management what they wanted to hear. Total incompentence; the most used phrase when trying to tell managers information or facts is "been there, done that" (heard it so often it was funny). Additionally there is such a lack of honesty and integrity that it is a good thing Carefusion was sold. I just hope BD is smart enough to weed these people out before they create problems with the FDA and others. I actally feels good to see the shoe on the other foot. Companies are like Pac Man - just gobble and spit out.
     
  7. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Carefusion middle management held down the people who worked for them while telling upper management what they wanted to hear. Total incompentence; the most used phrase when trying to tell managers information or facts is "been there, done that" (heard it so often it was funny). Additionally there is such a lack of honesty and integrity that it is a good thing Carefusion was sold. I just hope BD is smart enough to weed these people out before they create problems with the FDA and others. It actually feels good to see the shoe on the other foot. in today's world, companies are like Pac Man - just gobble and spit out. You may be on top today (squashing others) and you can be on the bottom tomorrow (getting squashed). Good luck to the inflated egos at CareFusion.
     
  8. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Are you new to corporate america??
     
  9. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    hahahaha
     
  10. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    I am certainly not new to corporate America (conversely I am now at an age that I can get out), however, in a highly competitive environment, MOST people realize that you are only as strong as your team. Tearing people apart and trying to make everyone else look bad so you look good - JUST DOESN'T WORK (start each day with "let the beatings begin"). Anyone with a small bit of intelligence knows that you cannot do that and get the success you are looking for. The strategy CareFusion and GE Healthcare uses doesn't work and it shows in their business success (and lack thereof). Empty headed "skill lacking" middle management glut prevents the innovation and creativity necessary for companies to be successful and competitive. There still are some out there; some companies do hire people with ethics and morals and can still be successful as well as pleasant to work at. Time for people to start taking care of their jobs and responsibilities while they are at work and stop working full time on creating their careers (as emphasized by companies such as CareFusion and GE) as "empty shallow zombies". This is why the US if falling behind. Thank goodness I am getting out of this rat race. Vital Signs was an incredibly innovative and low cost provider until GE put the nails in the coffin and CareFusion buried it. You worked hard but felt good at the end of the day.