Pros: fair standard industry pay
Cons: unstructured training program, poor decision making
Unprofessional management. Fires new hires midway through a crammed 2 week training period if trainer does not like you personally. No objective determination whatsoever. There was no organization and structure in the training. Scheduled topics were postponed and rescheduled constantly. Trainer came in at the 2nd week saying she is not sure what topic to start on. 5-10% of the time was spent on talking about her (T.F) personal life or quirks of people working in the company Talks down and treats trainees as if they were children and makes asides when she does not approve of their answers. Expects "you people" to absorve and perform right away tasks with multiple step processes after explaining it mostly once (sometimes twice, rarely thrice) from new pharmacy system to go live in a weeks time. Keeps reminding trainees, fretting about it like its their fault. Inputs numbers for trainees to work on, that the system receives as errors further confusing trainees. Twice, she said she is confused and stopped solving the problem all together.She even had the training class re-key her incorrect qty computations of a product for 6K patients in the live system taking half a days training schedule. They need to have a review and oversight team look into this trainer and her training program.