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Great place to work
Inventory/Returns clerk (Former Employee), Thorofare, NJJanuary 13, 2014
Excellent company to work for. Enjoyed working here. Returns; inventory control; vendor returns; picking orders and palletizing. Co-workers are great people to work with.
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They don't care about thier employees
Stock put away (Former Employee), Romeoville IllinoisJanuary 13, 2014
Pros: the co - workers are friendly
Cons: very bad management, no care for the employees concerns or health
I recently got hired and worked a couple of days and i was rushed to the emergency room for chest pains. I called the two days that i was in the hospital talked to my supervisor and my wife called my manager explaining what was going on with me as Sunday I returned to work 3rd shift and my manager said welcome back as i showed him the release form from – more... the hospital then about 5 minutes later the manager and supervisor called me in the office and said i was terminate without a written or verbal warming and the 3rd shift management has no business running as he listen to the supervisor who is arrogant and seems like he don't like Americans and the manager only been there 6 months and he acts like the character from the tv show my name is Earl very dumb.And I got a hold of H.R they are for the company they are useless I guess we live in a NO CARE WORLD we are falling apart within I guess we are not allowed to get sick anymore they expect us to have a heart attack there. STAY AWAY FROM THIS COMPANY IT'S ALL ABOUT THEM – less
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Cash Manager (Current Employee), Chesterbrook, PAJanuary 9, 2014
a typical day at work what you learned the most enjoyable part of the job
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great place to work
Regional Manager (Healthcare/Pharmacy Division) (Former Employee), PADecember 30, 2013
Pros: the flexibility of working from home and traveling
Cons: day-to-day training via the internet
Manager for three states. There were employees in each state at various hospitals. My duty was to manage the day-to-day operation of each account to make sure it remains in good standing. I was responsible for managing the employees, training as needed, etc.
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Great job if you're single
2nd shift warehouse associate (Former Employee), Raleigh, NCDecember 28, 2013
Pros: benefits
Cons: long hrs
I started this job when business was really picking up so I started out working a normal 8 hr shift but by the time I left a normal shift was 10 hrs. The work is very repetitive and you are on your feet the entire time. Not really bad if you want to stay in good shape. I lost 20 lbs in two months. Eventually the job gets a little boring and the schedule – more... takes a toll on your body because you are expecting to work at a very fast pace for 8-12 hrs daily. On the other hand the benefits are great and they take pretty good care of their employees. At least once a month, they provide food or snacks for everyone. The hardest part for me was the scheduling. I have a 6 yr old and neither one of us was happy about not being able to spend time with each other everyday. Also the pay is decent, plus you get an incentive for making over production. but they make billions of dollars on the backs of warehouse employees who only make $12 no bonus at all. They are a 24/7 operation so they rarely get holdidays off. Vacation hrs build up pretty quickly but usually holidays are blacked out so you can't use them for that. On the other hand, holiday pay is like double time and a half....I guess you gotta take the good with the bad. – less
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fun, team oriented place
Benefit investigator (Former Employee), Charlotte, ANCDecember 19, 2013
It was very team oriented with weekly goals and incentives for those who achieved them.
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No room to grow i've been with the company going on 15yrs being unable to make interviews because of time restrictions
Independent Contractor (Current Employee), Middleburg, OHDecember 18, 2013
i am not willing to leave a job and not have one to go too. being a independent courer for the company means that i'm contracted to deliver any means necessary!
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Not a good experience...
Double Checker - Vault (Former Employee), Denver, CODecember 17, 2013
Pros: nice friendly people
Cons: shady-ness from upper management
Met great people there, although I developed Carpe Tunnel Syndrome through repetitive motion doing double check in the Vault, filed a Workman's Comp claim and was DENIED because their Concentra Dr. Said it wasn't work related, when this is the first job I've had since 2009. He even diagnosed with CTS but said it wasn't job related... Go figure. So I – more... resigned. I guess Big Government Corporations such as these challenge EVERY WC claim that is filed. Even when it's the truth. I can't work for a company that treats employees badly after a WC claim is filed. Too shady... Breaks were on time. The night managers are really good at that, and when it's time to leave they make sure to announce that too. My two bosses were great :) Lunch would be provided sometimes and even the Part timers got to share it too :) lots of micromanagement though, with fellow employees. – less
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I enjoyed learning about the pharmaceutical industry.
Program Management Coordinator (Former Employee), Frisco, TXDecember 17, 2013
This was a great company to work for. There were a lot of advancement opportunities.
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Productive Place
OrderPicker/Case Picker (Current Employee), Mansfield, MADecember 10, 2013
Job is very busy. 10-13 hours of case picking.The Management could be improved. a lot of good people I met at this company.
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Very busy, plenty of hours.
Warehouse associate (Current Employee), Brooks, KYDecember 10, 2013
Pros: plenty of vacation time.
Cons: not enough pay.
Lots of hours, if the pay was a little better, this would be a great place.
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Customer Care Specialist Level II (Current Employee), Naperville, ILDecember 7, 2013
Pros: benefits
Cons: high turnover
high turn over. call center if you like being on phones great. if you never worked in a call center really think about.
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Shady Management
Warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee), GADecember 5, 2013
Pros: incentive pay
Cons: bad communication
I learned that a working supervisor is just another way to say you are an hourly employee. The hardest part of the job was working with a manager that does not listen and is a narcisist especially when the DC director is his personal friend. this company has a fake image and does not care about it's associates just getting the manual pick side finished – more... and treats the shipping Dept. like "The back end of the operation" this company is a joke that has to promote it's own image so job seekers beware. – less
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like the job
ORDER PULLER AMERISOURCE BERGAN (Current Employee), Roanoke, TXDecember 2, 2013
production rate is two high. no set time to get off but you do get fri an sat off
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SOME DAYS WERE BETTER THEN OTHERS
Warehouse Associate ( Order Filler ) (Former Employee), Thorofare, NJNovember 26, 2013
Pros: good pay and benefits
Cons: no communication between management
WENT INTO WORK STARTED YOUR JOB ,YOU KNEW WHAT YOU WERE TO DO TO GET THE JOB DONE.

THE HARDEST PART OFTHE JOB WAS WHEN YOU HAD TO STRUGGLE WITH HEAVEY PRODUCT YOU NEEDED TO GET THE JOB DONE WAS ON THE TOP SHELF AND HARD TO GET TO, AND MANAGEMENT DID NOTHING ABOUT IT.

THE MOST ENJOYABLE PART OF THE JOB WAS KNOWING YOU DID ALL YOU COULD DO TO GET THE – more... JOB DONE . – less
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Great people and working place
Reimbursement Counselor (Former Employee), San Bruno, CANovember 25, 2013
Pros: free parking
Cons: short breaks
I learned a lot from this company. I learned how to work individually and with a group. We have a weekly meeting to see if there are things we need to improve and new things that we should learn. I like how they organize everything so that we wont feel overwhelmed. Hardest part of the job is where we are given a little time to train on certain new product – more... but once I get the hang of it, everything's going great. Love how the co-workers and managers feels like a family. – less
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A good place to work
Data Entry Specialist (Former Employee), Frisco, TXNovember 22, 2013
Pros: i had good coworkers and i enjoyed working there.
Cons: they let me go, stating i was not up to their standards, when i was performing as well as others in my position.
There was almost always enough work to do. My coworkers were nice, competent, and hardworking. My trainer was thorough and communicated what I needed to learn clearly. My boss was intelligent, communicated well and was understanding and worked with me when I needed to leave work early to take care of personal business, as well as letting me make up – more... the time. – less
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Nice place to work
Sales Operations Administrator (Former Employee), Thorofare, NJNovember 18, 2013
It was a nice place to work. There really wasn't room for advancement and my department got laid off. I enjoyed going to work everyday.
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Stable long-term environment.
Program Manager (Former Employee), Orange, CANovember 18, 2013
Loved my co-workers and supervisors. Hard to get in the door, but great once you're there.
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Worst place ever to work at
Reimbursement Counselor (Former Employee), Monroeville, PANovember 15, 2013
Pros: clocking out each day
Cons: everything!
Never work for this company. If you respect yourself and mankind, you'll run from this place. Job is extremely stressful and thankless. As a 3 year devoted reimbursement counselor, I was basically pushed out the door so they could not give me a raise. They just want to hire new people occasionally so the pay rate stays down. Your job basically consists – more... of being on hold with insurance companies for the duration of an 8 hour shift. If you don't get the quota of casework out a day, even if its out of your control, they will fire you. You could give your best and they say thats not good enough. If you want to be rushed, stressed out and always scared your going to be terminated, then this is the job for you! You are constantly getting emails all day telling you to work faster and to not talk to anybody. Emails were monitored and there is no privacy at your desk. Rules were always changing. They expect quantity over quality. They promise overtime yet Never give it, unless you are one of the "chosen" employees. They have weekly meetings which are just the supervisors screaming at all the employees for not "being perfect". There is no opportunity for advancement unless you are a total butt-kisser. Supervisors have no personality are very cold and there is so much favoritism. They will see you in the hallway and not say a word, but when you get to your seat you'll receive a long degrading email from that same supervisor. They promise raises and job advancements but when the time comes, they give lame excuses as to why they can't achieve either of those options. Yearly raises are .20 cents at best if given. They don't train anybody and expect you to work a caseload. If you have a question about a new rule, dont dare ask management, you are told to figure it out by reading a piece of paper called an SOP which is a typed up bunch of nonsense. The employees were forced to clean the kitchen and refrigerator and tables daily. The company makes millions, yet is too cheap to hire a janitor. The parking lot is 10 min from the door. They give occurrences for sneezing too loud and for simply being out of your seat. Oh and if you have an important phone call to make, you are only allowed to take it in a room where there is a camera watching you at all times. Worst place to work. – less

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