Ethicon Biosurgery

Discussion in 'Ethicon Device' started by Anonymous, Nov 30, 2010 at 8:47 PM.

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  1. Anonymous

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    Seriously. Putting people in payback during
    a recall and backorder. No excuses made.
    Leadership promised product many times
    and never delivered. Simple as that.
     

  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    You obviously work in NJ or did a rotation through NJ. That might be where the "family atmosphere" could be present. I'm guessing you're either marketing or maybe even one of elite that though cutting the comp plan this year was a good motivator.

    As far as a great place to work, look at the last several ranking reports. The word "vacant" has been plastered on territories all over the country. Is that one of your strong signals that this one of the "best companies to work for?" I think not. Clowns.
     
  3. Anonymous

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    If you don't like working for Ethicon, why don't you leave. Quit complaining and do something about it.
     
  4. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Keep posting. Not necessarily complaining,
    just creating an informative picture for
    those thinking about joining the company because
    I know in interviews the managers very
    much sugar coat the present issues. They
    do this because they are desperate to fill
    the positions of all the people who either
    got canned or were smart and left.
     
  5. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Anyone?
     
  6. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Been here for a few years...Ill be the first to call a spade a spade...Our products are not better than Baxter's...not even close...Surgiflo is a joke and Evicel is losing ground every day since Baxter achieved its new indication. its only going to get worse in 2013...They have four reps to everyone one of ours...I feel like Im spinning my wheels any more...
     
  7. Anonymous

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    The truth is spoken.
     
  8. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    To all Baxter reps, the best way to beat Surgiflo is to have your loyal Scrub Techs and surgeons prep the product like they would prep floseal. Mix it back and forth 10 to 15 times. it fluffs the product up and it will float. so basically, everyone waited 1 1/2 years for a product that is easy to defeat and used off label anywhere that they can push it
     
  9. Anonymous

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    Ethicon Biosurgery just launched control tip for Evicel. The joke is that it for sealing the Dura in Neuro cases. COMPLETELY OFF LABEL. You want JNJ to run, report to the FDA every time you see an Ethicon Rep in these cases. They are already on the hot seat with the FDA with Evicel and air embolisms.
    The amazing part is, the management at Ethicon Biosurgery knows it and doesn't care.
     
  10. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Fluffs the product up and it will float? Jesus. What happens to the patient? Beat surgiflo outside of the OR, not in it.
     
  11. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Isn't he the guy that went into sales learning? I heard he was a complete ass.
     
  12. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    It's pretty clear that this is now the place for all those laid off from the other Ethicon business units to lick their wounds, and feel like the mothership cares. If you do decide to take the plunge, make sure you keep the job search going. Take the benifits and the keep dates of employment at Ethicon on your résumé. Its better than a gap in employment, plus you'll save having to explain your short stay at biosurgery when interviewing.
     
  13. Anonymous

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    You mean bomb the pricing like ETHICON biosurgery did for years? Lets see, you hold the customer hostage with surgicel, you come out with a wannabe product in Surgiflo, and you now change. Purse in how to spray evicel due to several deaths that have occurred. Maybe you guys should stay out of the OR all together
    Don't worry, everything out there says you will be part of the next consolidation and you will ALL be out very soon. Look at the Gynacare folks. It shows your future
     
  14. Anonymous

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    To the Baxter rep that keeps replying to their own quotes:

    You and your co-workers are not the issue. You all speak of "magic granules" and "spurting" and think you sound informed. Sounds great to Material Managers, makes you look clueless in the OR. Also, please try the fluff method listed above, it'll be a joy to tell the hospital you are advising staff on how to use another company's product incorrectly. The neuro business you seem very passionate/concerned about it simply at the direction of the hospitals to convert from their "OFF LABEL" Tisseel use, so get over yourself. The air embolism warning is for all "fibrin sealants" ie Evicel, Tisseel, Artiss, Viagel, so keep up that talk track as well, and then wonder why you lose the business.

    Again, the reason people are leaving this place is certainly not because Baxter is stocked with studs, and the business to too hard to take. The fact is, the business is very easy to take......when we have product.

    The constant supply issues and terrible culture are the reasons people are leaving.
     
  15. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Strange, I hear there was a death in Texas that the hospital is blaming on Evicel. Are you stil pushing CO2? You could have owned the market but the people that lead biosurgery got too greedy
     
  16. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Strange, you must of heard that two years ago when it happened. You should really add this to your same old s@#! sales pitch and you'll have a real winner.
     
  17. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Well, if I were you I would check again. We are converting the business now. Typical JNJ, hide the truth from their people. You should probably go ask....
     
  18. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Lets keep it simple. Baxter biosurgery is superior to ethicon biosurgery. Before you claim bitterness from an ex employee. Let me say I have no bitterness. Just simply stating the truth for all to see. Sometimes overly optimistic and positive people confuse pessimism with negativity. The truth is sometimes optimistic and pessimistic......but nevertheless is the truth.
     
  19. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Being honest and accurate I find the best policy. People who confuse that with negativity have their head buried in the sand.
     
  20. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    so you mean to tell me Andre became a Regional Sales Director after he destroyed the careers of 3 highly talented reps that went into NJ to work for him. None of them were worked with or developed. They were cast to the side so that Andre could move forward. Classic JNJ. Who are you going to step on next to move your career forward? I wouldn't work under him even if I had to. He is a complete dick