Career Prospects

7.4 / 10

(based on 11 ratings in 2016)

2016

"The company is training graduates with the hope of retaining those that have talent and progressing their careers."
Graduate,
"Promotion is dependent on experience and performance. However, there is a well defined technical and managerial route that can be taken within R&D."
Graduate,
"In terms of promotion, there are various different routes available. One can rank up being more technical or managerial with either choice being weighed up very similarly."
Graduate,
"Promotions can happen quite rapidly if you display the correct set of skills."
Marketing, Graduate,
"There is a clear progression route within this company. The set rotation scheme on most of our graduate programmes helps to facilitate this."
Marketing, Graduate,
"The size of the company means that there is no lack of opportunity."
Graduate,

2015

"The graduate schemes with Johnson & Johnson are supposed to be accelerated leadership programmes so once you ‘graduate’ from the graduate schemes you’re in a good position for a promotion."
Graduate, Inverness
"Being promoted at the early stages is quite streamlined and you are given a lot of support on how to get there."
Midlevel, Maidenhead
"I just recently started working but from what I gather, if you put in the effort and make it known that you are interested in a different position, then you have many options to grow into different roles."
Graduate, Diegem, Belgium

2014

"In my experience, there are many vacancies available, and Johnson & Johnson looks internally to fill positions. For finance there are progression opportunities, but qualification is a key to start this progression to manager level."
Finance, Graduate, Antwerp, Belgium
"It is dependent on your performance throughout the year which you get assessed on from your personal development plan. If you demonstrate that you are exceeding your job specification then you will be expected to advance to a higher position within the company."
Graduate, Inverness
"As a graduate you complete two years at the same level, and then are required to move into a sales role. For many people this is not vertical progression as some may want to remain in marketing, but this is purely on the individual."
Marketing, Graduate, High Wycombe
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