Warehouse order picker/shipper (Former Employee), Milton, ON – May 21, 2013
Good company to work with , good people with good atmosphere , good supervisors and nice place to work. What i learned is hope for the best but prepare for the worst. Hardest part was to work long hours and enjoyable part was people and supervisor were very friendly and workplace felt like home
Order picking, packaging, Data entry and Auditor (Current Employee), Milton – May 4, 2013
Pros: work environment.
Cons: it is closing down.
It is a good company to work with.I upgraded my computer skills at this company . I was feeling great to work in team environment and was part of the audit and making sure the orders were shipped correctly.
Employee (Former Employee), Ontario – January 29, 2013
Cons: out of date, poor communication, not willing to listen.
AmerisourceBergen Canada is not a company that i would recommend to anyone. They are using software that is 20+ years that are behind the times and full of empty promises. They are not willing to listen to logic and everyone does their own thing instead of focusing on a common goal. Moral is poor which makes for long days.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee), Richmond, BC – January 15, 2013
Pros: free lunches
Cons: stress, differents break times.
Each days that we accomplished a certain of expectation from the supervisors, such as finishing the work with in 9 hrs including cleaning. Each following Friday we get to get a free lunch by our supervisors. More people co-operated with each others and help each others to finish all the picking and packing, we all enjoy the rest of the night.
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee), Mississauga, ON – November 2, 2012
Out of 100% part timers, 90% of part timers are very slow in working and they don't want to come to work on busy days. Some employees including full timers & part timers keep on talking in there working hours and they are not consentrating on the production and quality of work. Management is ignoring all these things and they are not taking any action.
Compliance Clerk/Procurement Manager (Former Employee), Romeoville, IL – October 13, 2014
Pros: a lot of free lunches, job security
Cons: very long stressful hours.
The company has gained a lot of business in the last two years and has been trying to figure out what to do with it. There were several weeks where I had worked 80 hours. I enjoyed the challenge but was getting burnt out with the hours and some health issues. My manager was really good at trying to help alleviate some of the burden but with the business – more... growing as quickly as it did there was a lot of people that were overwhelmed. I am hopeful that there is some stability heading their way as I know there are many that were feeling the pressure and were near the breaking point. The people I worked with cared about the company and I enjoyed working with everyone there. – less
warehouse picker (Former Employee), Brooks, KY – October 8, 2014
Pros: free lunches, holiday dinners
Cons: safety, reorganization, keeping to their word as leads, managers, & higher levels
Most days at work are great, days go by fast, money is made, and new things are learned every day. I like working in groups & alone in my everyday work. I have learned a lot throughout the many years that I have been working in warehouse positions! To learn & provide materials in everyday life is something special & I take great pride in learning about. – more... Managers & co-workers come and go, good and bad, everybody is still learning there positions in their job, better reorganization of employees would be great! the hardest part about work is knowing what you are doing, having people take the time to teach you & knowing what to do. I love making new friends & building into families with the people I work with. – less
Reimbursement Counselor (Current Employee), Rockville, MD – September 20, 2014
Pros: free lunches from drug reps mon-wed, nice doctors
Cons: unqualified management, immature staff
I took this job because it was the first one I could find after being unemployed for a while. The schedule is good, 8am-4:30pm Mon-Friday. You only earn 10 days off per year, you get major holidays off like Christmas, thanksgiving, day after thanksgiving, new years, fourth of July, memorial day, and labor day. Other days you will be working because – more... its a doctors office. The office is pretty old and a little behind on technology, pretty small, so close quarters to work. It's a big practice and job is easy to make decent money, only recommended or a 1 year time and you should live close by, it's in Greenbelt, MD. – less
Pros: great benefits, enjoyable work environment, challenging work, helping people
Cons: repetitive work, mediocre pay, not using my education
Everyone is very friendly and social. Typically when I arrive at work I come a few minutes early to say hello and interact with fellow employees. We rely heavily on teamwork to solve questions during our shift. Management is very involved in our daily activities and have open door policies. We are required to attend meetings frequently to discuss new – more... techniques and changes within the company. We are always expanding and taking on new jobs. The hardest part of the job is constantly meeting production requirements when we have no say in what work we will receive for the day. It's completely random so you might get stuck with nothing but difficult cases for the entire day making it extremely hard to meet production requirements. However, it's averaged every month so typically it balances out because you will also have easy days that you can exceed production requirements. The most enjoyable part of the job is challenging myself to produce as much as I can as well as helping our patients get the help that they need. It's extremely satisfying to know you're helping someone as well as doing a great job. Overall it's a good company to work for and I have spread the word and brought in several friends as current employees in which everyone thrives in the position. – less