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Alliance Healthcare Employer Reviews

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too far to drive for a couple hours
Home Health Aid/Care Giver (Former Employee), Dayton, OHJune 27, 2014
I would go in take care of the patient for about an hour. The company was a diverse company. I learned how to be patient with people.
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Good place to work
RN Staff Nurse (Current Employee), Meridian, MSMay 27, 2014
Pros: flexibility
Cons: 12 hour shifts
Generally busy with various things going on. Can be hectic but my co-workers agre great & dependable.
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Didn't give me a long enough chance to find permanent work.
RN (Former Employee), Girard, OHOctober 8, 2013
Pros: enjoyed assignment with ccoa
Cons: a lot of travel to the different offices.
Hired for a "temp to perm" position with Circulatory Care Centers of America. CCOA decided to hire from within, so I was let go. Alliance Healthcare hasn't attempted to find me work since I was discharged from CCOA in June.
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Comfortable and productive work environment
Home Health Aide (Current Employee), Brooklyn, NYSeptember 18, 2013
Pros: doing a perfect job ensuring that patients does not fall or get hurt.
Cons: disrespectful remarks from some patients.
A typical day involves bathing,dressing and preparing patient / patients for the day. Other aspects of the job includes ensuring that the patient/ patients take their medications, and are provided with their meals. Patients are also assisted for exercises and ambulation and in cases where necessary, toileting. At the end of the day, patient's are fed, – more... cleaned and put to bed. – less
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enjoyed wokin with the ederly great experience
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee), Columbia, SCMay 6, 2013
go to clients home and get them up and feed them, bathe n dress them for the day
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Great home health employer
Home Health RN (Current Employee), Woodinville, WADecember 28, 2012
This is a company that will care for their employees. Supervisors are sensitive to nurses' needs, and take the extra mile to add a personal touch to the care that is provided through the team's effort. As a nurse you are able to work independently yet integrate and help manage the healthcare services surrounding your patient. Everything is tailored – more... to the needs and likes of patient and family. This is a good place to develop and expand on psychosocial skills. – less
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Liked helping patients.
Medical Health Technician (Former Employee), Meridian, MSNovember 25, 2012
Pros: got to meet alot of great teenagers.
Cons: doctors really don't care about patients.
Job paid horrible and the hours were not good either. In need of better care for the patients.
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Make things what u need them to be
RN (Current Employee), Columbus, OHOctober 17, 2012
Pros: flexibility
Cons: work in progress
The good thing about working home health is that you get to meet and help people that need you, and the setting is more relaxed so that you can impart valuble information that you might not have a chance to in a facility
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Fantastic coworkers
LPN floor nurse (Current Employee), Braintree MassachusettsJune 1, 2012
Pros: steady hours
Cons: no breaks
I've learned so much at this job. My co workers are great and dependable. The hardest part is working over nights. The enjoyable part of my job is the patient care.
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good
Dispensing Team Member/Reach Truck Driver (Current Employee), nottinghamSeptember 2, 2014
I have been working for Alliance Healthcare/Boots as a Team member for 12 Years and feel as though I am now ready for a new challenge and career change. I believe that I have the necessary skills and determination to develop successfully within a new role. I am a motivated individual who is keen to learn new skills and develop both personally and professionally. – more... I currently work as part of a large team and it is therefore vital that I am able to communicate effectively. As part of a team it is also essential that i am able to motivate my colleagues to ensure that productivity and quality levels are reached to the necessary requirements. However even though I work well in a team, I also work well on my own, and enjoy using my own initiative and making decisions independently. – less
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Good place to work if studying
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee), Chessington, ENGAugust 22, 2014
A good place to work part time when studying. Hours were flexible and could easily work around study time.
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Management are poor and backstab
Porter (Former Employee), Livingston, SCTJuly 10, 2014
Pros: it's a job if you like being treated poorly
Cons: lies cheats, drug dealers in toilets
Worked hard via agency and ended up seeing a known thief getting a callback ( he stole drugs from tote bins) to work extra days
All staff In production line backstab and stir up trouble for others , ended up leaving after an agency worker tried to start a fight in front of camera , explained to manager who couldn't care less
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Flat organisation so intensely demanding roles
Senior Product Manager (Current Employee), ChessingtonJune 13, 2014
Employer with a long standing presence in its industry. Gives opportunities to learn but growth/development within the organisation is an issue.
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Fun people to work with
Team Leader (Current Employee), South NormantonJune 5, 2014
I have thoroughly enjoyed my time with Alliance healthcare but i have career aspirations and the desire to make a career for myself. This at present does not seem possible within Alliance Healthcare due to management restructuring.
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worked like a third world sweat shop.
warehouse operator (Current Employee), Livingston, SCTJune 3, 2014
Pros: better pay than jobseekers
Cons: everything
Avoid the Livingston branch at all cost!

Management are clueless and run the factory as if it's a sweat shop in a third world country.

Staff are not much better, if you constantly like bit ching about everyone then you will fit in well here, I never knew so many people could be so two faced in the one factory.

Do yourself a favour and look elsewhere.
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Alliance Healthcare
Warehouse Operative (Current Employee), PrestonApril 15, 2014
I work within a team responsible for managing expensive bulk orders in a routine that is productively and operationally efficient. My responsibility is to ensure all orders are completed accurately and in time for delivery. Understanding the
nature of group dynamics is the key skill for incremental improvement to occur, in regards to the speed and accuracy – more... of the process to reduce lead time: – less
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enjoyable and friendly place of work
Delivery Driver (Former Employee), Leicester, ENGFebruary 27, 2014
Pros: discounts at large pharmacist stores
great place to work with great benefits. Daily routine would check your goods and left to yourself in which way best suits you to deliver according to destion.

Management were great friendly and helpful when ever you required their help.

Made good friends with other drivers working for alliance healthcare
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Great employers
temporary team leader role (Current Employee), HinckleyJanuary 29, 2014
At Alliance Healthcare my job role was warehouse operative, whilst working here I have gained my fork lifting qualification and I have also worked as a temporary team leader role. During my time here I loaded vans with medical equipment using the forklift and worked well in a team as well as alone
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Well managed company
Multidrop 3.5 (Current Employee), letchworthNovember 18, 2013
typical day would be start 5am - load the van with the first lot of drops
get a manager to sign me out,
I have learnt a lot about different types of drugs and where they should be kept.
management is well organised so the drivers day runs smoothly as possible,
most enjoyable part of the job is the whole package,
I would love it to be permanent atm I – more... am temp – less
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Demanding and stressful
Line worker (Former Employee), Alfreton, ENGSeptember 25, 2013
Pros: above average pay
Cons: long, drawn out days, no talking.
A typical day at Alliance Healthcare was just picking order after order, restocking the shelves and tidying rubbish as you go along. I learned nothing. Management were more concerned with themselves to care about the well-being of the others. Co-workers were good, they were friendly and shared cigarettes if you smoke. Hardest part of the job was the – more... job itself, and the most enjoyable part was probably breaks and finish time. – less