"No regard for handling the pandemic. California is in the red tier yet senior level management pressures employees to participate in group team building and meals where employees are unmasked and not socially distanced. Why?"
"Did work for Edwards Life Sciences in Irvine for 2.5 years, is a Great company with excellent compensation."
"I've worked for Edwards Lifesciences for more than 4 years now, and overall it's been such a gratifying experience. This is the place that made me an engineer, and that has blasted my dreams and aspirations to the sky. I have so much to thank Edwards Lifesciences for, even with the up and downs I've been subjected to. It has been some challenging years, no doubt... but I am now stronger because of them; better prepared. I'm ready to take this knowledge and these skills to the next level!"
"Fantastic company that values employees as well as patients first."
"The overall culture, and philosophy is positive with tremendous collaboration."
"Edwards Lifesciences is a wonderful company to work for. They genuinely care about their mission and ensure that their employees are well cared for. This can be easily seen by the amenities that Edwards offers to their employees, such as the cafeteria, the gym, and other various recreational events."
"Edwards Lifesciences is a good company but the team needs more training for new employees."
"Well organized company. Business units need to communicate more."
"Great company and benefits. Fun place to work. Strong culture."
"The company can be great to work for and has an overall great environment. The issue is they don’t really invest in people they go through a lot of employees especially contractors."
"I worked for Edwards Lifesciences for 2 years, and during that time I noticed how important is to create a culture based on the accountability of every employee in the organization. This is the key to the success that has been experienced in the company. Becoming the best manufacturing facility out of 7 different facilities around the world."
"Edwards has been a good company to work for. They are patient/employee centric however they are closing our facility and laying off the remaining workforce."
"I worked for Edwards Lifesciences and the company had excellent benefits. The campus was beautiful and compensation was higher than industry average. However, within the finance department there could have been improvements made in terms of work life balance. The average hours were 70-80 hours per week and the teams were small."
"-Design & Implement early intervention safety program, occupational health, and injury & illness prevention program - Perform job hazard analysis and created ergonomic risk assessment standard for biomedical engineering facility -Assist in hazardous waste removal, labeling, , recording and monitoring of chemical hazards to insure regulatory compliance to EPA, ISO, & OSHA standards -Conduct and train employees/supervisors on emergency preparedness, chemical safety, ergonomic and physical safety, and total worker health programs -Oversee safety focused engineering projects that focus on saving costs towards workers comp by decreasing lost days, decreasing WC claims, and increasing OSHA first aid recordables vs injury claims -Conduct training on increasing employee safety and aware -perform pinch force testing and push/pull force testing using force dynamometers -assist with LOTO training, confined space compliance, and worksite internal audits. -Assist occupational health and human resources with case management and investigations --Resulted in 50% drop in recordable rate and injuries per month during tenure"
"Overall the company itself is great with a good culture, gives back to the community, and great feeling of affecting lives of people who are in need. Department has its issues and needs a cultural change itself."
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