Zimmer Biomet

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Zimmer Biomet
Zimmer Biomet
3.6
840 reviews
Zimmer Biomet Ratings
3.6
Average rating of 840 reviews on Indeed
3.5Work-Life Balance
3.6Pay & Benefits
3.0Job Security & Advancement
3.0Management
3.3Culture
Headquarters
345 East Main Street Warsaw, Indiana 46580
Employees
10,000+
Revenue
$5B to $10B (USD)
Industry
Health Care

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$19.58
per hour
$9.75-$29.40
2 salaries reported
$18.70
per hour
$7.25-$33.80
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$448
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$200-$700
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$15.50
per hour
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10 salaries reported
$15.50
per hour
$7.75-$23.25
Salary Satisfaction
58%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 1348 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

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Overall Reviews at Zimmer Biomet

1.0
Polisher | Warsaw, IN | Aug 23, 2018
Horrible place to work
Management (or lack thereof) is ridiculous. Trained monkeys could run that place better. While they never actually say they want more pieces out. Theyll complain about not hitting target, when it's their procedure that ties their own hands. They wont listen to anything a production worker has to say and NEVER want to hear about QUALITY issues. If you bring this up you're sure to have a TARGET on your back and WILL be replaced by someone who will "look the other way". They whole train of thought is "if you dont go looking for a problem, it's not there". The whole "quality" philosophy is just a joke and employees are trained to fool FDA to pass inspection audits!! Was told multiple times and I quote "we know there is bad parts going out, but we cant stop production for it!!" Their slogan is " Made as if intended for family" I heard a MANAGER say and I quote again " only if it's my mother-in-law" WHAT???? This used to be a good company until they merged with Biomet and the whole atmosphere changed. I'm not blaming Biomet, but the lack of unity and harbors a constant hostile work environment much like an infected hair that just festers stench and irritation. Be aware of this place as they will lie straight to you face and not think twice. They ARE cutting labor rates and firing anyone that is at top pay to replace them with a temp making a third of pay and expected to do the same rate. They will promise temps full time and after SEVERAL years just let them go. People have familie
ProsFree backaches and sore hands and fingers
ConsNo sense of security or a single ounce of morality
1.0
Operations Engineer | Palm Beach Gardens, FL | May 12, 2021
Poor culture and employee management
A typical day for an engineer supporting production operations at Palm Beach Gardens consists of supporting or directing projects and resolving manufacturing issues on the floor. While the place offers a great platform to learn the processes and business, there is limited opportunity for growth due to the organizational structure. Additionally, performance reviews are held annually while the manager one-one meetings are scarce throughout the year, leading to poor communication, less room for engineer development, and opening a wider scope for the manager in the annual review. The reviews I personally got were highly inarticulate, unsubstantiated, and opinionated, and the manager refused to overturn when I tried to explain. So, your growth is limited if you are not the favorite engineer. This location has a fast paced environment and the management took some healthy strides towards project management and setting priorities on a corporate level over the last couple of years. Unfortunately, not all of it have transcended down yet and the lower level management's foresight in terms of setting priorities and workload distribution is still quite uncompetitive. You will be asked to take up additional tasks with a "need it right now" expectation and could still be evaluated negatively for the tasks that you have postponed to cater to this immediate need. I believe for this reason, it has been communicated over and over that the general expectation is 10 working hours per day from
ProsEngineering team is cool
ConsPoor culture, biased recognition
1.0
Senior Sourcing Specialist | Palm Beach Gardens, FL | Jul 15, 2020
Nothing Positive
I worked at the South Florida location in PB County and it was a nightmare. From the top down, the entire Management team was so disorganized and unskilled at their jobs that I felt like I was in a twilight zone from the beginning. From Day 1, my Manager did not even take me around to introduce me to people until day 3. Also, what I was told during my 11 hours of interviewing did not turn out to be true. I was told promises and things that did not turn out to be factual. My first week on the job, my Manager told me that she really disliked working at Zimmer Biomet and that the job was causing her to be stressed out of her mind. Each time I would walk into her office, she would evoke a sense of negative energy. Also, the other Managers in the department had no idea how to implement new ideas and changes. In addition, there was a language barrier as many of the Managers were not fluent in English and they would speak Spanish to each other which made the employees who did not speak Spanish feel like outsiders. The work environment was dark, gloomy, and uninviting. All I would hear from my Manager were negative comments all of the time. Lastly, there was no formal training given and if I had not proactively reached out to my Manager for one-on-one meetings, then I do believe that she would not even bother to schedule any meetings with me. The issue with this company is that it portrays itself as wanting to make people believe that it has values and is ethical but in r
ProsZero positives
ConsManagement doesn't know hw to lead, horrible work environment, Horrible Managers, no sense of team work, language barrier, high turnover rate
5.0
Coordinator | Mount Laurel, NJ | Aug 3, 2017
Could be a great place to work
Solid company financially. I'd like to start out by saying most employees I work with are incredible. Smart, energetic, compassionate, caring, reliable, and extremely fun to work.There is however a lack of training, and not much potential for upward mobility unless you fraternize with management. Nepotism is alive and well in my office. People are put in management positions that are continuously late to work, don't use the time clock, and come and go as they please and frequently are the ones that lead the bit@! parade about conditions. And also they usually aren't the best employee qualified for job.The current manager doesn't come in to work for hours after crunch time in the morning when he should absolutely be there. By the time he gets in all fires have been extinguished with no help from him whatsoever. He's in way over his head. He's arrogant and inexperienced in management. He'll never greet you in the morning unless you're his buddy. His language is unprofessional, his sexist comments toward female employees is despicable. He has lied to us several times. He spends money wastefully He talks about other employees' personal issues in front of a group of employees. He has crushed the morale there. But all this being said we have a great bunch of employees that just get it done in spite of him. If he never showed up to work another day the place wouldn't skip a beat. None of us know what he does other than make everybody else do everything. WE GET IT DONE! And that's m
ProsGreat craft employees
Conspoor pay, lack of training, lack of management
5.0
IT Analyst | Warsaw, IN | Oct 30, 2020
Overall, great company that shows desire to succeed
Through and through, I would recommend working at ZB for the positive culture, work/life flexibility (huge), the pay is fairly competitive, and the benefits are frankly amazing. With my experience, when reaching out for help you will receive assistance much more often than not. Direct management is very supportive, and share the same desire to succeed. You can (depending on your job function) end up working long hours if things go horribly wrong, but you could expect that out of any company. The benefit here is, in those situations, I have been occasionally told when one of these events have happened by my manager to take a half day on Friday because we've been non-stop, for example. Management does appear to care about you as a person, and not just a number. The largest outstanding issue I have consistently witnessed is the communication avenues between middle and upper management and senior leadership can be broken. Expectations can be different from upper management that were communicated to middle management and below, which can lead to problems down the road. The prior concern has been brought up, and upper management claims to be working on resolving this issue - but we'll wait and see what happens. Even so, all in all, this is a pretty great company to work for in my experience.
ProsGreat benefits, pretty good pay, excellent middle management, work/life balance, opportunities for specialized training available
ConsCommunication breakdowns at upper management
3.0
Quality Technician | Warsaw, IN | Jan 10, 2018
Not for this girl
This was not a good assignment for me. Have done contract work before and this place is a total train wreck. No clear vision for the company and the management is horrible. Training is horrible, the only way you know if you are doing anything right or wrong is if you mess up. With the FDA breathing down their neck you would think they would want to improve the way things are done but that is not the case.This company should have been completely torn apart and rebuilt the right way starting with management and the processes that are done on a daily basis. This company has a lot of issues and they have done so many people wrong in the past that they are having a hard time finding good quality minded employees. A lot of times when I was working there if anyone asked me where I was working and I said "Zimmer Biomet" they would scoff and have a lot of negative to say. The money was great, but hours are long and the culture dismal. Most of the employees are sick and tired of giving up their family life for their work life. It is mandatory every other weekend and most of the time 12 hour days. As for this girl I most definitely would never go back the this place. To be fair to the company I only worked at the Biomet Building and from my understanding the two companies are ran differently. Maybe Zimmer made a huge mistake by buying Biomet. They should have bought it completely changed over to Zimmer and that would be that.
ProsMoney was good
ConsPoor vision for company and WORST MANAGEMENT EVER
2.0
Receiver | Warsaw, IN | Sep 25, 2017
Wish the merger hadn't happened
I was Legacy Biomet, and ever since the merger happened, there's hardly any chance for advancement anymore. You apply for other jobs and don't even get an interview. Our raises were cut, our bonuses were cut and may not even happen because performance metrics are so bad within the company. The CEO recently stepped down, which to me is a bad sign. They are moving people to other departments to "help them catch up," and then those people are left standing around doing absolutely nothing. It's frustrating. They keep offering the temps more incentives to get people in and don't focus on why there is such a high turnover rate. Biomet was a great company, the new company just isn't that. It seems to be getting run straight into the ground. If we hadn't been bought out I would be making $2 more an hour than I am now, and it doesn't seem that's going to change for Legacy Biomet people anytime soon. Hey, if you go in as a temp though, you have the opportunity to get a $1000 bonus. As a full time employee with the metrics, I would get less of a bonus than that. That place is a disaster right now, and I don't see things getting better. So happy to go and pursue other opportunities.
ProsCompany picnic, insurance, vacation
ConsDifference between Legacy Biomet and Legacy Zimmer employees, stressful environment, many departments are severely overworked right now
3.0
CNC Machinist | Warsaw, IN | May 6, 2019
Could be good, but it's not
If you get stuck with a manager/supervisor who knows nothing about the place, which is probably more than 90% of them, then you better watch your back, because if one decides they don't like you, especially if you follow company standards and they only care about numbers (which is also most of management), and they expect you to pass quantity over quality, then you might as well be prepared to be let go for any reason they can come up with. As a long-time employee with NO disciplinary actions, excellent attendance and great yearly reviews, I was let go thanks to a jealous, know-nothing "supervisor" who has Daddy as a higher up in the company. I thought I would retire from here and appreciated the good pay and benefits and worked hard and actually cared about quality and NO ONE in this company cared to keep a quality worker. ZB is a revolving door of employees and they complain they can't find good workers, but when they do, they let them go and keep lazy ones and ones who know nothing and don't want to be challenged over their lack of knowledge because you want to put out a good part. HR is a complete joke and they will side with management every time and care nothing about the employees. Co-workers were fine for the most part, management ruins the entire thing.
ProsPay and benefits, most Co-workers
ConsManagement, unfair treatment
4.0
Software Engineer | Warsaw, IN | Apr 15, 2020
First Job Out of College Related to My Degree
I worked here for 11 months. Overall I really enjoyed my experience. I worked on a remediation project which is an excellent way for a recent grad to learn a lot about the company's inner workings as well as the industry in general. PROS -excellent teammates, ZB did a great job hiring competent, dependable, kind-hearted people with excellent critical thinking -casual dress at the office (though I would recommend dressing up for an interview) -possibility for overtime -opportunity to learn about many different branches of the medical device industry (design, manufacturing, quality, interactions with vendors, packaging, cleaning, sterilization, research CONS -Although management of the remediation work was made up of excellent people, many managers are quite young and are finding themselves in their first leadership roles. This can make them relatable but also results in guidance from those who only have a few more years of experience. As always, as an engineer, be prepared be be self-taught -Limited windows, would have been a much nicer work area with a view of the outside -Lacking sense of job security for those who worked contracts (though that's not specific to Zimmer Biomet, I would expect that to the the case anywhere)
3.0
Senior Validation Engineer | Ponce, PR | Jul 9, 2015
My last project was in a Medical Device Plant, I learned a lot of things like the differences between a Pharmaceutical Industry and a Medical Device.
A typical day at work in my last project was performing cleaning protocols, reports, SOP's, among others documents. When the protocols were ready and approved I then trained the corresponding personnel and execute the protocol. Other days I had to work on the events, deviations or CAPA's. I learned how to adapt my Pharmaceutical experience and knowledge into the Medical Device Industry. On the other hand, I learned new terms and ways to perform a good job in this kind of industry which gave me the opportunity to grow as a Validation Scientist and as a professional as well. Working in this company I had the opportunity to establish a good relation with the managers and with my co-workers. I believe that the hardest part of the job was to learn some medical device terms and their applications. Nevertheless, the most enjoyable aspect of the job was the new challenge in my day to day; but at the end of the day I felt the great satisfaction to pass a new challenge successfully.
ProsNew opportunities to grow as a professional.
ConsA little more time to adapt myself to a very different way to perform the tasks.
3.0
Assistent Personeelszaken (m/v) | Dordrecht | Sep 12, 2017
Productieve werkomgeving met (nu nog) diverse bedrijfsculturen
Contract maken hier, verzuimgesprek daar, nog even mutaties op de lijst zetten, getuigschrift maken, mail en zaken uit signalering bespreken met managers, tussendoor koffie verzorgen voor bezoekers, nieuwe werknemers 'stalken' om alle contractbenodigdheden te krijgen, dossiers completeren, contact met de bedrijfsarts om een paar afspraken in te plannen, pro-actief gesprek voeren met mogelijk 'aankomende' overspannen medewerkers, salarisstroken controleren (kloppen de verhogingen en de bonussen wel?) en ga zo maar door..., verlof nog even registreren en o ja, er even bij stilstaan dat de werkzaamheden op HR toch wel heel erg leuk zijn! Veel koffie :). Binnen onze afdeling HR gebeurde elke minuut van de dag wel iets. Heel hectisch en chaotisch werken. Ligt mij goed. In de grote chaos aan het eind van de dag tevreden kunnen zijn met het feit dat je toch de belangrijkste taken hebt afgekregen. Bijna nergens tijd voor, maar toch blij dat werknemers hun blijheid terug koppelden als je ze had kunnen helpen. Echt multitasken hier. Heb geleerd dat ik niet zo makkelijk aard in de Amerikaanse bedrijfscultuur (bedrijf is in 2015 overgenomen). Ben meer een mensgericht persoon. Verder heb ik o.a. de wet Poortwachter meegekregen en uitgevoerd en Excel beter leren gebruiken. Kwam er achter dat ik de werkzaamheden binnen de salarisadministratie leuk vond, naar me toe trok en dat ik er ook goed in was. Veel invoer- en controlewerk. Leuk vond ik ook dat ik diverse procedures heb
ProsBinnen de afdeling goede sfeer, goed kunnen samenwerken.
ConsDoor overname en diverse bedrijfsculturen is de sfeer in bedrijf minder positief geworden.
3.0
Orderpicker (m/v) | Hazeldonk | Jul 5, 2020
Productief groot internationaal bedrijf, veel individueel doorlopend werk (fysiek niet te belastend), soms samenwerken. SAP en BVA kan helpen.
Een productief groeiend bedrijf met werk voor veel mensen. Basis salaris met salarisopbouw bij langere indiensttreding (als vaste employee). Zoeken vaak vaste medewerkers. Een typische werkdag bestaat uit een centrale dagstart en dan aan de slag met ieders taken. Voor de meesten betekend dit dat je meewerkt aan het order picken, en verwerken van de dozen voor de lopende band voor verzending. S´middags was er voor Corona altijd een uitgebreide lunchpauze met veel keuze aangeboden tegen een kleine vergoeding door het bedrijf. Het management is soms kort, soms betrokken, afhankelijk van de persoon. Belangrijkste is dat ze zien dat je door werkt. Weinig fouten worden getollereerd, dus wees hier allert op, anders wordt je hierop aangesproken. Makkelijk contact door grote verscheidenheid aan collega´s van alle nationaliteiten. Vooral contact tijdens pauzes, afhankelijk van de eigen instelling. Nevenactiviteiten door het bedrijf vanuit personeelvereniging georganiseerd, zoals uitjes, maar er is ook een voetbalteam. Het lastigste aan het werk is de continue concentratie op de producten die vereist wordt, dus je mag geen fouten maken in serienummers. Daarnaast is het vaak geestdodend zonder afwisseling, dus je moet hier tegen kunnen. Het leukste zijn de (internationale) contacten die je kunt opbouwen. Als je bereid bent meer te doen, kun je wellicht ook andere taken toebedeeld krijgen en meer te leren krijgen over SAP en het logistiek proces.
Prosgoedkope lunch (2 euro)
Consherhalingswerk
5.0
Quality Engineer | Warsaw, ON | Jun 11, 2018
Benefits
I've been working for this company for about 4.5 years and I can only think of all the good things that happened to me and still happening. My typical work day starts at 8am and ends at 5pm unless now during summer hours, starts at 7am and ends at 5pm. Best part I like being here is amount of work we have to get done which is loads and loads which in turn helps with the job security and the BEST part of this company is benefits. I don't think any other company in at least 250 mile range offers benefits like Zimmer Biomet does. I must have to say one thing about management who is so encouraging and supportive and want you to succeed in every step you make and every decision you make. They're very well focused on lean when it comes to procedures and training and always make sure every resource is getting what they need to get the job done. Workplace culture is the other big thing after merging with Biomet. as the famous quote goes, "Rome was not built in one day". It takes time to embrace the changes & differences, but things are definitely improving and I can already see some light in the tunnel, we're getting close. The hardest part of the job is the work load we currently have and again this it the most enjoyable part since you get to meet and work with a lot of energetic and result driven team members who continues to help you through the hurdles and make you a valuable resource to the organization and in turn developing you professionally on a global platform.
ProsBenefits, Programs, People
ConsToo much work

Questions And Answers about Zimmer Biomet

How often do you get a raise at Zimmer Biomet?
Asked Jul 9, 2022
Maybe once a year if you are lucky and it never covers cost of living.
Answered Aug 12, 2022
Yearly
Answered Aug 11, 2022
What is the best part of working at Zimmer Biomet?
Asked Oct 23, 2019
The employees were like team members
Answered May 31, 2022
M-F schedule with decent benefits.
Answered May 19, 2022
What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Zimmer Biomet?
Asked Apr 1, 2019
Think about your life for a moment and ask yourself what put you so low in this position.
Answered Aug 11, 2022
Just be honest and straightforward.
Answered Jul 26, 2022
What is the most stressful part about working at Zimmer Biomet?
Asked Nov 1, 2016
Being FDA regulated. Having to make sure you were audit ready at all times.
Answered Mar 11, 2020
Zimmer Biomet has the typical stress of many details of compliance to be satisfied both with FDA and Advamed. Must be detail oriented, quality driven, work well in teams.
Answered Feb 7, 2020
What benefits does Zimmer Biomet offer?
Asked Nov 1, 2016
70 hr work weeks
Answered Aug 3, 2022
Health care Pto 401k
Answered Jul 18, 2022