Innomar Strategies (Current Employee) – Oakville, ON – 12 October 2015
Management is the worst. Inexperienced people are often hired and placed in these positions without any idea of true leadership. Nor is the company willing to train a manager to be a better leader. It is a very autocratic atmosphere. The managers push to get maximum efficiency from the workers and do not offer any positive reinforcements when a job is well done.
They continually boast about being leaders in the field in every meeting and yet there is high turnover (employees and managers alike). There is a glass ceiling. There market shares are less then their competitors.
Human Resources is equally inept. Complaints go unanswered and problems continue. Human Resources is not their to help the employees but only to help the few managers there suppress the front line workers. There is no help form Human Resources.
If you are not part of the popular group you soon find your days so uncomfortable you are forced to leave.
There are some really nice people there, teamwork is good. It has to be to combat the inept managers- (the enemy of my enemy is my friend). On a positive note your first year will be comfortable before the reality of the company sets in.
The reason I have stayed for so long is for the patients. Job satisfaction is high. Our job truly matters to the patients involved. We get help for the most needy, sick and pain-filled of society.
We are asked to advocate for the patients we have assigned to us, but don't REALLY push for any one patient though. Even if you QUESTION a managers autocratic authority, even to HELP a patient, it will quickly getmore... you out of the popular group (and you could be pushed out altogether).
It is a building full of young cute employees. If you are not one of these then you will not likely be hired.
No monetary bonuses are given to a bilingual employee - you get to be on the French phone lines doing extra work then the uni-lingual for no added benefit.
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Employees are given leftovers to eat. There is a healthy atmosphere.
No positive reinforcements or acclamations for a job well done.
Employee (Former Employee) – Ontario – 29 January 2013
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.
out of date, poor communication, not willing to listen.
Administrative/Payroll Assistant (Former Employee) – Richmond BC – 3 July 2013
as an administrative assistant position at AmerisourceBergen Canada (ABCC) where I absorbed a great deal of knowledge insight into the field of administration. My time at AmerisourceBergen Canada allowed me to work side by side with ABCC managers on matters regarding finance, corporate compliance and human resources.
Order picking, packaging, Data entry and Auditor (Current Employee) – Milton – 4 May 2013
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.
Associate (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 24 June 2013
a typical day t work is demanding and requires the ability to multitask and work with the different teams. i leaned how to be a good team player and how to work under pressure and the ability to multitask. m co-workers are amazing and friendly