When Nothing Is Normal
What is it like to start a new job in the midst of a pandemic?
Erin McEachren | | Opinion
To say it has been an interesting time to start in my role at Johnson & Johnson Surgical Vision would be an understatement. The process of onboarding in a new place is always going to have its ups and downs, whether it is in person or remote. Nevertheless, even in these difficult times, it has been a thrill to join the company, partly because it is so focused on people. I think we have all been feeling the need to show more empathy, and be more supportive of each other, and the team at J&J Vision has been very warm and welcoming, for which I am very grateful.
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