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
Management (Current Employee), AHP Columbus, Ohio – September 8, 2014
Pros: work/life balance, benefits
Cons: compensation, leadership, culture
This company may be the worst led and dysfunctional organization in the history of organizations. If you are accustomed to high-performing, engaged, work teams working with, and through, others to accomplish a common goal, this is not a place for you. Employees spend more time focusing on in-fighting than the objective at-hand. In addition to the utter – more... incompetence that runs rampant in this company, you can expect to be compensated 25%-30% below market equity. If you decide to work here, you may also notice the lack of education in senior level leadership. This is because the only people that get promoted are "skirts" and cronies. For instance, the GM and VP of Sales both currently have inappropriate relationships with current and former employees, which were subsequently promoted immediately because of those inappropriate relationships. Cronyism is also very prevalent. The GM is currently importing buddies from his home state to take on significant roles opposed to allowing other VP's to interview the candidates or other local candidates.
The mother company, where everyone is either a VP or a nobody, may be an advisable company to work for. However, American Health Packaging cannot attain that same designation. Stay very far away from this company. – less
Process Engineer I (Former Employee), Lockbourne, OH – August 18, 2014
The company took a very long time in hiring me. On a typical day, I was in the facility inspecting elements as well as conducting time studies. In the end, they said they wanted someone more experienced, and when they began downsizing, I was was cut.
Finance (Current Employee), Sacramento, CA – August 14, 2014
This company runs by the book. They are structured to the point of being stifling. Management is expected to work from early morning to late in the evening with no compensation of any kind.
Regular hourly employees are treated well by the company, many little touches like salad bar lunches, pizza lunch for accident free months, occasional team building – more... exercises that are quite fun; but the stress felt by management is palpable. Again, no flexibility whatsoever. – less
slave (Former Employee), New Hyse Park – July 26, 2014
This is a job for World Customs Brokerage/World Courier which is located at New Hyde Park, NY - brokerage manager (who got fired from Fracht FWO Inc and AN Deringer) will lie to you on a daily basis and promise you big things to come and then you'll hear that she never promised you anything and that you just making things up, Many people quit from World – more... Customs Brokerage and no one cares why, that's why they're looking for people now instead of trying keeping people who worked there for 6 years or more, Complains were filed to AmerisourceBergen HR about brokerage manager and brokerage lead abuse but nothing was done, So if you want to be a slave and get nowhere - this is the place for you, good luck – less
Pros: great job, i learned so much about managing a business.
Cons: computer system needed revisions.
I provided office support by implementing administrative systems, procedures, and policies, and monitoring administrative projects. I also managed stocking, assembling, customer care, insurance resolutions and distributing medications. The most difficult part of my job would probably be the book keeping and billing. My organization skills and attention – more... to details helped me tackle all bill related issues – less
Shipper (Former Employee), Roanoke,TX. – July 7, 2014
Pros: clean atmosphere
Cons: sweat shop
Was written up after being sick at work. Showed up on time ,but was sick vomitting. Management sent me home, next day reported back to work, was called to office by supervisor who informed me, I was to signed document for not being able to cover my shift.
Representative I (Former Employee), Monroeville, PA – June 9, 2014
On a typical day at work, I would speak with not only the patients regarding their medical benefits, but I would also speak to the insurance companies and the doctor offices to authorize prior authorizations. I would also contact the pharmacies that the patients would use regarding the drug that I was trying to get the patient. I would say the hardest – more... part of the job would be how much patience you have to acquire, not only with the patients, but with everyone that you came into contact with either at the job or on the phone. I really enjoyed working with this company and I enjoyed doing what I did for the patients. The management was a wonderful bunch to work with as well. They made time at work seem enjoyable and they made us know that we were appreciated. – less