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Discussion in 'CareFusion' started by Anonymous, Jul 29, 2014 at 6:53 AM.

  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Hello cafepharma family.. Do anyone have any information or have heard anything about Carefusion Respiratory – AirLife division? I have been in orthopedic sales for the past 5yrs but was approached with an opportunity with this company. Any positive feedback is much appreciated.
  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    It's pretty cray cray in there. When you walk in the first thing they'll have you do is sign a release form that protects the company from any lawsuits (just sign it they won't let you in without it). Then they'll take you to this other room where they have this giant edible garden (seriously, dude, giant gummy bears hanging from trees. You won't believe your eyes!) with a chocolate river accompanied by some acid-trip-inducing boatride operated by a total quack and his army of little orange people. It's nuts. Like nothing you've ever seen before. (NOTE: DO NOT DRINK FROM THE CHOCOLATE RIVER - THE UNDERTOW IN THAT THING WILL SUCK YOU RIGHT IN!)

    Next they'll take you over to other room where you can lick the wallpaper. I wasn't a huge fan of that place. Seemed kind of counterintuitive to have such a germ-ridden exhibit in a healthcare building. Those fears were soon laid to rest, however. The wallpaper tastes like real fruit! It's amazing!

    The rest of it is like this: 1) they give you some soda that makes you float, 2) you take this bubble ride on a replica model T, 2) they have a bunch of geese laying golden eggs, 3) they have as television based deathray that shrinks you to midget size, and 4) later you bust through the ceiling in a giant flying elevator.

    It's kind of a crappy job....
  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Hahaha! Pretty funny comment. Anyone have any legit info on this company?
  4. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    To say this is a step backwards from orthopedics is an understatement. Seriously, this is a crappy job.
  5. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Yes, thanks for the comment..