Material Handler (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – October 21, 2014
Pros: fun people to interact with
Cons: beware of supervisor
I mainly operated forklifts to perform picking and packing, replenishments, cycle counts, and sweeps with the RF gun. Fun and exciting atmosphere. Co-workers are great - they hired good character people who cares about their job. I learned practically all operational procedures. The most enjoyable part of the job is putting my mind into my job duties – more... to achieve 100% accuracy!
The only problem is management: Manager doesn't effectively supervise the Supervisor, who is incompetent, fails to help out operation when needed, and doesn't understand the operation. – less
Team Member (Former Employee), Jacksonville fl – August 1, 2013
Production its ok but they need to rotate people around i here a lot of people say the same thing it gets bothering doing the same thing everyday walking with a headset and pulling a cart.management can learn from the co-worker and do better and the co-worker are the best enjoyable friends.
Company that strives itself to have the correct culture and core values to succeed
Tax Associate at Henry Schein (Current Employee), Melville, NY – April 16, 2013
Currently I am interning in a tax department at Henry Schein. I have learned only from the best group of people that I work with and could not have asked for a better place to start off my young career. I have learned how to be maintain the upmost professionalism at work while also being sure to keep social interactions and the relationships just as – more... important as work. – less
culture of elitist greedy corrupt corporate executives
distribution (Current Employee), denver pa – April 10, 2013
Pros: co workers
Corporate greed at it`s finest. The management treats people horribly. The corporate execs are elitist and not in touch with the people that make them filthy rich. Much lip service is given about culture. There`s a culture alright. Corruption and greed. Do not work at this place.
Call Center Rep (Former Employee), Reno, NV – March 18, 2013
Pros: wonderful co-workers
Cons: low pay, high expectations and little appreciation for anyone outside corporate headquarters
Lots of talk about "Team Schein". It's mostly just that....talk. Employees and mid level management are expected to be grateful to work for such a "fantastic" company while ignoring the fact that they are under paid. The company is so cheap, most departments have a hard time getting adequate office supplies and the company seems reluctant to give sales – more... people adequate commissions on huge sales dollars. Corporate headquarters are in New York. All the really intelligent people work there. Everyone else is treated as a second class citizen or less intelligent because they don't have the New York mentality. – less
Area Sales Manager (Former Employee), USA – March 13, 2013
EMR sales for this company is a dead end. Management is horrible. Company does not provide training nor do they provide any career advancement. Turn over is very high due to this. Some of the staff are very nice people that are just stuck in this place. Pay check is secured due to Henry Schein as parent company and benefits are very good but but sales – more... for the EMR side hve been down and hardly ever meets monthly target. Current Sales Director/Manager is not in a position well suited for individual. Several very good employees have left this company due to the individual's management style or lack of it. Most enjoyable part of the job was the co workers. What is left of the upper management is not positive. – less
Too focused on investors and not the customers considerations/Management out of touch
Equipment Technician (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – February 18, 2013
Pros: excellent benefits
Cons: too focused on becoming a monopoly/very little team work
Coworkers throw fellow employees under the bus and don't take personal responsibltiy for their actions. Internal management doesn't listen to suggestions and dismisses concerns of customers and their company reviews.
DW Business Analyst (Current Employee), Melville, NY – January 28, 2013
Henry Schein, Inc. is the largest distributor of healthcare products and services to office-based practitioners in the combined North American and European markets. Customers include dental practices and laboratories, physician practices, and veterinary clinics, as well as government and other institutions. Worked on PRS-CMS project in gathering and – more... developing Requirements, interact with users for business rules and requirements collection, conducted feasibility analysis, transform business to functional requirements, document them and prepared the Analysis and Design Documents, Both BRD’s and FRD’s are developed, which are used to develop the system. – less
Customer Service Rep (Current Employee), Plainview, NY – November 26, 2012
- Manage incoming calls - Act as a liaison between customer and manufacturer: assist with technical questions, status updates, shipping and tracking and purchase order creation - Remain aware of current repair services, promotional programs and marketing initiatives in order to educate and build value with customer - Leadership Experience
Buyer (Former Employee), New York, NY – October 19, 2012
Pros: personal growth
This company provided me with a terrific opportunity for personal growth in my business career. Expectations were high and the work was hard. However I had the chance to meet and work with people at all levels of the organization as part of my day to day responsibiliites. The discipline that I learned here has helped me to succeed in my career and have – more... my own successful business. – less