Reimbursement Counselor (Former Employee) – Fort Mill, SC – September 20, 2017
The happiest employees at this company are the ones who do the following: In all cases (especially with management ) Do not point out errors Do not ask questions that potentially can point out errors Keep social interactions to a minimum When socializing provide generic responses They will ask for your ideas, opinions, and that they are open to questions and feedback. Not true.
The benefits are GREAT.
A lot of emotional and biased descision making at this company. A lot of contradicting statements, instructions, and requests. A lot of vague feedback and unrealistic expectations.
Implementation Specialist (Former Employee) – buffalo grove, il – September 20, 2017
this company gave me everything I wanted in a company. I worked from home and got paid well and had great benefits. It was not an easy job and I had to work the hours expected but I was well taken care of for my work.
well paid, well educated
The company sells off parts and my part was sold off which sucked
Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – September 12, 2017
I worked for AmerisourceBergen almost 11 years, I will admit that it provided the best learning and development experience for my career. It was a Wow moment. The company culture was "Patient Minded" applying the family value principles. The managers worked together as a team to create an atmosphere that was successful. We supported each other at work and in our personal lives, not just management but with the associates. The hardest part of the job would be leaving. Leaving a diverse community of family and friends.The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that what we did from receiving the product in through shipping the product out, that what we just completed may have saved someone life.
Benefits, Paid vacations, Career Advancement, Work Culture
Order Picker (Current Employee) – Mansfield, MA – September 9, 2017
Managers and supervisors are very unprofessional and unorganized, The managers are always on your case about you numbers and your pace, They pay poor for how fast they want you to keep up your pace all night for up to 10 or more hours a night. The hardest part of the job is being spoken to poorly, they have no respect for you or anyone. It was a terrible experience working for them.
Poor Management, lack of respect for their employees, long hours, work holidays, unorganized
Business Analyst (Current Employee) – Fort Mill, SC – September 4, 2017
Management changes and not a lot of communication. Not understanding the direction of the company by hiring outside consulting company and pay big bucks to them while associates are receiving a 1% pay raise
Program Coordinator (Former Employee) – Frisco, TX – September 1, 2017
Lack of support from management when it mattered. Would be given "verbal" reassurance things were being done but lack of follow through in a timely manner. Associates provided feedback and suggestions for improvement but management did not act upon suggestions. Managers did not have experience in working the programs and therefore, could not fully comprehend issues that the associates were encountering in daily activities.
Lack of management. Good luck working here. You will get used a lot and they will expect more and more. The raise is a joke. This company knows how to discourage workers to quit instead of firing them. I've seen it over the few years I been there.
Too many to list but advancement is minimal, HR and the managers always agree with each other.
Too many rules, I mean too many! Very unreasonable ( dumb)ones. They do NOT have experienced trainers that can train new people properly. Training is horrible. They do make part time workers work overtime which is not right at all. This company treats part time worker unfairly.
Very limited long term planning, stressful, unclear evaluationws
Manager Business Operations (Former Employee) – Chesterbrook, PA – August 30, 2017
I was at ABC for 5 years. Within 2 weeks there were signs of instability as 4 or 5 people were laid off. The remaining staff was very confused on why some of these folks were let go. Each annual raise was about 2% with the top performers getting maybe a 2.2% raise. There was maybe a .2% difference between the top performer and the bottom performer. No incentive to go the extra mile. My boss deflected any team conflict and enabled the people creating issues for the team. Communication by email was the norm so you could CYA - very sad. HR refused to get involved with team issues - what's the point of having them, right? Some of the work and tools were awesome. Good luck finding a good manager there since many would take on some of the bad behaviors as done by management. A great place to capture some content for MBA case studies.
Up-to-date tools, some good project work
Management, raises, evaluation, enabled bad behaviors
Patient Case Coordinator (Former Employee) – Monroeville, PA – August 30, 2017
I think the company is a very shady place with favoritism. Employees are back stabbers and it wasn't an enjoyable place to work. Working for this company was very stressful and didn't take your family life into consideration, especially for emergencies.
advancement opportunities, strict, not family oriented, low pay, had to learn other jobs whether you wanted too or not and still get paid then same rate, favoritism