Présentation de ResMed

  • San Diego, CA
  • De 5 001 à 10 000 employés
  • 1989
  • Entreprise cotée en bourse (RMD)
  • Biotechnologie et pharmacie
  • Entre 2 et 5 milliards de dollars US

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At ResMed (NYSE: RMD, ASX: RMD) we pioneer innovative solutions that treat and keep people out of the hospital, empowering them to live healthier, higher-quality lives. Our cloud-connected medical devices transform care for people with sleep apnea, COPD and other chronic ...
Mission : By 2025 we will improve 250 million lives in out-of-the hospital healthcare!

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Mick Farrell
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« Une entreprise investie et innovante »

Employé actuel - Confidential, Saint-Priest, 69, Rhône-Alpes
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    a Phone call and then online video than in person. When I got on-site, the facility was ancient and outdated, and then I meet the team that had no questions for me to answer and no proper knowledge of all the questions I had for them, nor did they care. I had nothing to say, but I talked about a very unprofessional staff with an improper dress code, bad manners, and completely incompetent and clueless infrastructure. Then came the hiring manager, who never made it to the interview, and was told to get on a call with him which I thought was very unprofessional of him who had no explanation of why he couldn't make it in for the interview. I don't believe in phone interviews because most of the conversation could be addressed and channeled improperly and should be completed face-to-face. I could tell that he wasn't even listening to anything I said and make bad judgments. I lost the opportunity because, at the end of the day, he asked for something else that was totally not what the job description asked for in the first place, so either he was intimidated, or he had someone already on his mind. It was a process to get to that. I was way overqualified for the role, and the expectations he had and his response were very unprofessional. My recommendation is to learn how to interview first and know what you are looking for because you do not know what you are looking for because it wasn't even his profession. It's like having a salesman interview for a mechanical role and then returning and saying you didn't have the right skills. How would you know, buddy? I wouldn't recommend this prison camp to anyone

    no questions what so ever I did all the talking

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Prix et récompenses de ResMed

  • JUST 100: #1 Corporate Citizen in Healthcare (#18 overall)Forbes, JUST2019
  • Atlantic Canada's Top EmployersCanada's Top 100 Employers2019

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