Sr. Project Manager (Former Employee) – Newton, MA – October 20, 2017
Company used to be a good place. Now not so much. Management is sometimes clueless, if you always agree with your manager you will do good. One AVP in particular has an open door policy, unfortunately it is only open when it is empty! Also they want you to talk to your direct supervisor and not bring up anything directly to them.
Sr. Account Receivable Representative II (Former Employee) – Carrollton, TX – October 20, 2017
Working at McKesson was very pleasurable. I learned how to become a better employee, how to work more socially, how to balance my workflow. I received exceptional training, and the management was very professional. The staff from the bottom to the top, was treated equally throughout the organization. McKesson, allowed everyone to be aware of situations as they occured throughout the company. McKesson was a fair, loyal, equal, legitimate company to work.
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – October 18, 2017
I enjoyed working with others and documenting requirements. I learned communication is a key factor in being successful. The hardest part of my job was being able to meet with the key stakeholders to define the requirements.
Credentialing Specialist (Current Employee) – Queensbury, NY – October 17, 2017
There is a lack of communication to the employees. They also under-compensate. This job is fine to get a couple years of experience but not a great place to have a career. The company has good benefits but lack in compensation.
I like the job simple easy. Would have liked more training and hours which are more predictable and conducive to a home life. If it was on a schedule that I was able to see the family more I would never leave.
Accounting Associate IV / Team Lead (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – October 16, 2017
Enjoyed working at McKesson. I enjoyed doing the job which was very challenging and rewarding at the end. There was always something new to learn. The benefits were good and I find it to be a great for employment.
Customer Service Representative II (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – October 16, 2017
I was hired after 90 days working as a temp. Unlimited OT at the time because we were so behind. We also went from hour lunches to 30-minute lunches because we were so behind. Many changes without the needed organization. Your job is pretty important, you're helping people receive their much-needed oncology medications. Teammates were a little difficult to deal with; nobody really wanted to take initiative for anything and wanted to play supervisor. New programs constantly without training.
Documentation Specialist Medial Collections (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – October 13, 2017
The Post documentation position/ Collections position at Mckesson I found to be rewarding. It's business wraps around patient care and medical billing. I enjoyed my stay at Mckesson and would recommend to anyone seeking to work in a patient care environment.
Customer Care Supervisor (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – October 13, 2017
Typical Work Day - Meetings, one on one, training, dealing with account managers, clients, process management What I learned - The complexities with working with account managers and multiple clients of the business Workplace Culture - 'Good old boy's club mentality' Most enjoyable part of the job - Some of the people I worked with