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AngioDynamics President & CEO Joseph DeVivo
Joseph DeVivo
7 Ratings

    Spinning its wheels, not really getting anywhere.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at AngioDynamics full-time


    Most of the time, and for most of the professional functions, work is pretty low-key. Not many are spending late nights at work, and the general atmosphere in the rank-and-file areas is mostly pleasant, not stressful. Getting time off when you need or want it is not a battle. Employee Stock Purchase Program can be lucrative if you have the cash buffer to work with.


    There are very few worthwhile perks outside of the standard salary and bonus (which has never been the full amount possible since I've been here). Virtually all professional levels are understaffed, with the exception of HR. Little attention is paid to employee development or overall company culture. Some companies have a "this is the way WE do things here" attitude (which is sometimes good, sometimes bad). This company has no corporate identity that could be identified by an objective observer. Senior leadership is completely disconnected with everyday operations and has implemented several recent "improvements" that have been detrimental to actual operational efficiency.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Senior management is much too concerned about doing things that sound good in shareholder meetings. Take some time (and some talent) and develop a realistic approach to solve the operational problems you've created. There is no canned program to follow for this, but put some real, long-term, sustained effort into developing a company culture and instilling a sense of belonging to something. This requires senior leadership to actually, sincerely care about the people that work for them.

    Doesn't Recommend
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AngioDynamics Interviews

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    Manufacturing Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate  in  Queensbury, NY (US)
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Queensbury, NY (US)
    Application Details

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1+ week - interviewed at AngioDynamics in January 2009.

    Interview Details

    The interview process was very simple and we'll organized. I spoke with the company's HR representative, at which point he said he would bring me on site for an interview. It was approximately 5 hours long with 5 separate 1 on 1 interviews. Once an offer was made, the company moved quickly to bring me on board.

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    Very little negotiation was available.
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

AngioDynamics Awards and Accolades

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America's 200 Best Small Companies, Forbes, 2009

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Headquarters Queensbury, NY
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1988
Type Company - Public (ANGO)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $100 to $500 million (AUD) per year

AngioDynamics makes therapeutic and diagnostic medical devices for veins that have become a pain. Doctors use its array of devices in minimally invasive procedures to treat cancer; peripheral vascular disease (PVD), in which arteries or veins in the arms, legs, or kidneys become blocked or restricted by plaque; and other noncoronary diseases. Products include laser systems that ablate varicose veins, angiographic catheters that deliver drugs and contrast agents for imaging, dialysis catheters for those with renal failure, abscess drainage devices, and radiofrequency... More

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