Equipment Installation/Service Technician (Former Employee) – Ashburn, VA – August 9, 2017
After being unemployed for 4 months, great company to be hired by. Given opportunity for advancement from inside the office to outside as a service tech. Drove to each install, not being at the same installation very long. It was nice being out and about each day. Difficult part was working through traffic each day in the Washington DC area.
Love working for Henry Schein Company. They take very good care and value their employers. It was a great experience for me.
GateKeeper/updating the address/data entry (Former Employee) – Melville, NY – August 11, 2017
Love working for Henry Schein Company. My day consist of hours that start from 8:00am to 12:00pm. It was part time. I was a temporary worker for only a month. Got to experience a very warm and welcoming team of coworkers. For only a month being their I wish I was able to stay permanently. Work on updating clients addresses so when their bill's were sent out and came back to us I will have to call the clients office to get correct address and updated it into the system. Their was more to learn but, I didn't have more time to learn more about the position. I did learned their billing process and also was able to answer the clients questions how much was billed to their account or accounts and what they were being billed for. My supervisor said for a short time I pick up rather quickly to the system and to the work involved. My most enjoyable part of being there was the people. The reason I was there for a short time was because I was holding a position for a worker who was already working in another department for Henry Schein for some time and of course had more experience.
everything you needed was there for you. I would never had to go out for lunch if I didn't want to.
I was only there for part time work and for a short time.
Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 11, 2017
Worked with the company for nearly 20 years only departed because of an immediate relocation. Work environment was well balanced with work and comfortability. The entire faculty and staff took time out to get to know one another each day to enhance the productivity between each department.
Tech Support (Former Employee) – American Fork, UT – July 29, 2017
Software based company. Customer service in several departments, received in-bound calls, updated databases, collections, made final financial decisions regarding customer accounts, tech service when requested.
I love my Henry Schein family. I don't want to leave this great company but my son was diagnosed with Autism and there are not enough resources in SC. We are looking to relocate to Florida to provide a better life with needed therapy for our son.
Product Analysis Associate (Current Employee) – American Fork, UT – July 23, 2017
Henry Schein's management has no idea what they're doing. Many employees are underpaid, while others are overpaid. They don't seem to take your experience into account when processing raises, and most yearly raises are barely enough to keep up with inflation.
Temp (Current Employee) – Melville, NY – July 12, 2017
Here is a typical working day: You receive expediting assignments, reach out to suppliers or other internal departments, and communicate statuses of orders to the overseer of the assignment.
I learned effective communication skills when dealing with suppliers and relaying information to my overseers. I improved in both organization and documenting skills when regarding information.
Everyone is supportive and actively providing me with constructive tips to better my experience and growth.
The toughest part of the job is just getting acclimated to the work flow. If you put in the effort to get the work done and you allow yourself to become conditioned over time, then you won't have problems around a month into the job.
My most enjoyable part of the job is the people in the department and how effective their communication is. They just made the experience here far less painful than it has to be.
Supportive People, Decent Training, Good for Experience.
Cubicles, Sitting in front of a computer all day, Repetitive Work.
EST/CIT (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – July 11, 2017
As a Tech, you are the professional when its convenient for the company. It is all about sales, the sales team will dictate the technical aspects despite the fact that YOU as the technician are the expert there is no project manager to bridge the gap between operations and sales. Benefits are great, however the dispatching system is non existent you are SUPPOSED to be dispatched based on location however this is far from the truth you in fact will pass your fellow technicians as you cover his area and he covers yours. You will be pushed to your limit. You will be dispatched by 3 different entities non of which communicate with each other. It will be the technicians who keep your sanity, it is a great group of guys to work with. You are provided a company vehicle, laptop (32 bit, poorly optimized) as well as company card (ball and chain). You will also go out of town, sometimes quite a bit, at times you will arrive at location "some times hundreds of miles away" and the equipment will not be there or not ordered. They try to be a dental services/supply/managed IT services company, in hot markets such as New York, Dallas, it simply does not work.
Company Truck, Company Card, Laptop, Uniforms, Benefits
Dispatcher (Former Employee) – West Allis, WI – July 8, 2017
Henry Schein is overall a nice company to work for. The dispatch department however needs tremendous improvement. There is way too much work divided upon a small team of dispatchers. There was no way to keep up with everything.
I believe if dispatch would add more head count and increase the pay it would be a good department to work in. Everyday I left I felt mentally drained.
There is lack of support from local management. I cannot recall a time when the team was stressed and behind and management came to help with workload.
Production Manager (Current Employee) – Golden, CO – June 26, 2017
Fun operation with the potential to provide great career mobility but lacking in corporate support and funds so action is often delayed. Organization culture leaves much to be desired but there are a few employees that genuinely want to make a difference and they keep the operation successful.