Midmark Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Midmark Corporation makes medical, dental, and veterinary products and provides related services. It was founded in 1915 as The Cummings Machine Company. Headquartered in Miamisburg, Ohio, USA, Midmark maintains production and administrative offices in Versailles, Ohio, as well as seven other locations in the United States, one in Mumbai, India, and one in Quattro Castella, Italy.
Plenty of employees have complained about the HR department at Midmark. Heres what one of them said, "Human Resources at Midmark walk around trying to find something to get you in trouble for. They don't have any kind of respect for the workers at all. They just look out for each other in the office area. Midmark is not a good place to work for."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"If you are looking for a workplace as the final resting place of your professional life then this is the company for you. They put people in leadership roles that don't know what they are doing nor are they transparent to their direct reports. There are confusion and illogical direction that most of these leaders are doing. They don't have the proper skill set to identify and isolate issues and creatively reconstruct them and turn them into solid opportunities. They lack the respect in focusing on their greatest strength which is the people that work hard day-in and day-out that absolutely knows what's beneficial for the company. Look some place else for a much better opportunity this place is not for the smartest and skillful person."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Everything with the middle management. It's all about them and they lie."
Former Employee - Director says"Poor leadership after Ann left"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Lacks competitive benefits/PTO/perks compared to other medical device companies of any size. Promotions seem to be based on favoritism, nepotism, and years spent at Midmark- not based on skill set, experience, or value. Odd location for a medical device company; hard to attract talent. A lot of inexperienced people in positions of leadership. Basic best practices common in the medical device industry are not understood (i.e. design controls and the differences between each phase, timelines, project planning/execution, accountability from teams & decision from leadership). Leadership is big talk and little action."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Good Ol' Boy culture from top to bottom, and completely gutless. Everyone there is timid, most of them are related to someone else who works there, and all the wrong things are rewarded."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Form is MUCH more important than substance. Lack of accountability - a lot of talking and not much action."
says"Increased workload with no compensation and treated unfairly by management."
Former Employee - Sales says"Management doesn't walk the talk. Revenue relies too much around making distributors happy through entertaining them instead of adding true value to the company's product and history. Giving distributors a platform that they can't do without such as (automated ordering system, loyalty incentives, clinical education, professional and solution based sales education vs. just features & benefits) instead of trying to be their best friend and entertaining them all the time."
Former Employee - Business Systems Analyst says"* Nepotism (lots of people in Versailles are related) * Not a lot of good employers in the area to compare to - so this mediocre company looks stellar locally. * The area is dying - this company has about 1400 employees (1000 locally) and is in the top 20 largest employers in the Dayton area. * High margin products (with scrutiny in medical costs and the consolidation in the medical field away from individual doctor offices, this too will end) * Frantically looking for a future revenue stream for when the high margin durable good they make are no longer their cash cow. 'Services' is the target. * Protectionism - the locals protect the locals. They all know that when a local loses their job they have at Midmark, there is very little chance they will find another one in the same field in the commutable area. * Job experience from Midmark is not liked by other local employers, they know about the bad management and the way it works there."
Engineer says"advancement is all pre-arranged, dont bother applying for advancement unless you were asked to do so, very insider and incestuous, they really like to listen to your ideas, then they sit on them for a few years, and suddenly have a brilliant idea of their own. fascinating."
X-Ray Technician (Former Employee) says"Human Resources walk around trying to find something to get you in trouble for they don't have any kind of respect for the worker at all they just look out for each other in the office area is not a good place to work for sorry"
Material Handler (Former Employee) says"Horrible managers horrible work culture horrible HR the absolute worst privileged people you’ll ever run into anywhere lazy people everywhere . Your managers are uncaring uninvolved lying self centered people.PayEverything"
Assembly Line Worker (Current Employee) says"Well,unless your related to someone who works there or good friends with someone do not seek employment at the leesburg facility. The supervisors are all related and good friends. Forget about training its very little to nonePayEverything else"
Teammate (Former Employee) says"You work your butt off for this company and they don`t care about you at all. They tell you that it is family orienated and that they care about you and your family. NOT!!! The best thing that could happen for that company is UNION to protect the employees. BAD place to workdecent health insurancenothing"
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) says"Upper management does not show any interest in the employee working on the production lines. I hate to bash them with negativity but they pretend to be friendly and will act fake towards you, especially HR. Their policies are too strict when it comes to family emergencies. Workers get along for the most part. Pay is decent there but not given enough options for growth. Make sure you have proof of any medical condition or it will count against you.Monthly chances to win $20 gift cards. Free lucnhes once in a blue moon.Short breaks, 30 minute lunch/ not enough microwaves for 20+ people at a time. Upper management is too strict."
Assembly Worker (Former Employee) says"I feel manager was poor because midmark formaly (vssi.) recently bought this company and were in the process of working out all the kinks and problematic areas and in the process seen i was a problem solver so elected me to help with the crews they had sent in from ohio and ended up making all the other employees disgruntled.Easy simple convientManagement"
Customer Experience Representative (Former Employee) says"Company is based in a small town of people who shares the same ideals which prohibits thinking outside of the box. Lack of qualifed management/supervisor team. Culture maybe different depending on location. Lack of training, most training provided are vague instructions.Yearly BonusHealthcare, management. Lack of communication."
MACHINIST (Former Employee) says"management is constantly making bad decisions can't seem to figure out which direction they want to go. worked for a company that was bought out by Midmark and all they ever did was lie and break promisesGreat people in the shopmanagement sucks"
Assembly Line Production Worker (Former Employee) says"They pay very well but they are not about your health. If you become terminally ill they will terminate you. It is also a great place to work if you know people in upper management other wise the rules only apply to you.There is no confidentiality either your business is discussed over beer at that local bar by the supervisors to other associates."
Welder (Current Employee) says"It is a secure job with great benefits. They have some of the best pay and insurance in our area. However, it is extremely difficult to advance if you don't like the same sports team as your manager or if you are good at a job that no one else wants to do. Most of the employees on the shop floor have a very negative attitude about day to day operations. The negativity is contagious. The new CEO shows some promise. Things may turn around in the future.Great pay and benefits for the areaNo advancement for good workers"
Executive Project Coordinator (Former Employee) says"Midmark is a great company that values their ability to adapt and change; however, the can not see the forest through the trees. There desire for continues change model prevents the managers from seeing the staff for the individuals that they are and the benefits that they offer.There managers are intimidated by others opinions and unless you follow company mantra you are alienated and dismissed, even if you have skills that could benefit the company. If you are a follower who can curtail your opinion to meet a stringent list of requirements, or are looking for a 9 to 5 that will require minimal intellectual contribution then this is a perfect company.great benifitspoor staff placement and hr support"
Paint Line Operator (Former Employee) says"If you need a job and you can tolerate corporate "yes men and women" who will back stab anyone to further their career, then this is the place for you. Management is a complete joke and it trickles down to the Supervisors, etc. You can never get a straight answer and you never know what hours you'll work because it changes by the minute. Everyone is nosey and your business was everyone's business. Their motto was "Because We Care" and they considered themselves a family oriented company, which was complete BS! I learned that I never want to work in a factory again, and the best part of the day was clocking out to leave!"
Post Market Surveillance / CAPA Supervisor (Former Employee) says"Everyday landed opportunity to interact with dozens of people that share a strong family/ workplace balance value. Most managers were able to end their days on time to attend family events in the evening."
assembly/quality control (Current Employee) says"Management ,this area is something the company needs to work on,poor communication between workers and supervisors.Work alot of hours ,you work until the build plan is done for the day whether it is 10hrs or 8hrs. Can`t plan on a schedule outside of work, can`t make plans to do anything until after work is done and if you have to leave for anything you either use vacation time or it count against you attendance.good benifitsworking hours"
Clinical Nurse (Former Employee) says"Great company to work for I had a great boss. To much travel for me at this time. I wish them the best as a company. Great traing was provided to me and others."
Clinical Educator (Current Employee) says"Midmark Corporation makes medical, dental and veterinary products and provides related services.. Great place to work at friendly manager ,and co worker ,"
Laborer (Current Employee) says"It's a typical small town factory job. Everyone is worried about everyone else's business instead of focusing on doing their job well."
Welder (Former Employee) says"A good place to work and good benifits and pay coworkers are great but feel managment could use some changes. I feel they have good euipment to work with. And a great maintancc dept.coworkersmanagment"
Imaging Sales Representative (Former Employee) says"I would rank Midmark 3 stars out of 5 stars. Great products supplied for the dental market with competitive pricing. THe hardest part of the job would be maintaining sales growth and providing existing customers with proper technical support."
DIRECTOR OF QUALITY AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS (Former Employee) says"Fun work environment. Dedicated Teammates. Organizational restructuring can make it difficult for career advancement and increased responsibility.casual dressnot centrally located"