Material Handler (Current Employee) – Conroe, TX – February 11, 2016
great place to work for a steady paycheck, but don't expect to move up in the company without a degree.They do treat everyone with respect but I would say a downfall is that you never know what time you will get off work.
AP/ AR Return to Vendor Supervisor (Former Employee) – Carrollton, TX – February 5, 2016
There was never a dull moment in my work day as the AP/AR Returns Supervisor. It was a daily job of multi-tasking escalated unpaid deductions, approving payments above representative's threshold, sending weekly performance reports, and holding meetings as to how we can improve our team dynamic and performance. The hardest part of the job was coming in as an outside hire, in a supervisory role, and earning each team members respect. This was probably the biggest goal achieved, because I had to be able to separate the task at hand, and not feel as though anyone was offended with constructive criticism. In due time, with individual one on ones, we were able to build individual professional relationships, which in turn helped our team turn more positive as opposed to coming in on the first day. I enjoyed getting each task done on my to-do list of priorities each day and knowing at the end of the day I was productive. It was definitely challenging with my own work load and the escalations of others, but that is what I enjoy most. There was not much interaction between myself and upper management due to the sheer size of the company, but the meetings we did attend together, they were always open to ideas and had the company's best interest at heart.
great health coverage, nice people, flexible schedule
not just one ERP system, Had manual and multiple databases had been made into one would have made our job much easier
Document Control Coordinator (Current Employee) – Wheeling, IL – February 3, 2016
Co-workers are great, a typical day at work was updating SOP's and inspection documents using our electronic document software. Verifying lot numbers for product inspected overseas. Verifying all sterility certs matched the product we received in. I have learned about 21CFR, all coworkers care about their job. The most enjoyable part of the job is everyday is different
A/R Specialist (Current Employee) – Queensbury, NY – February 2, 2016
The job itself is a difficult one. It can be very frustrating at times. Most people that work there dont understand that it pays well for this area. The best part of the job is the group of people that i work with. THey are fantastic. A typical day i start with email and working things that have been sent to be done in email. Then i spend the rest of the day doing denials or whatever special projects management has to have done.
A typical day at McKesson was busy and very laid back. I learned a lot about the pharmaceutical business that was very interesting. Management was the best they went above and beyond. My co workers were the best team players ever. The hardest part of my job was at year end when I had to renew contracts. The best part of my job was management recognizing and rewarding employees for their work.
Great place to learn medical billing, or payment posting
account receivable (Current Employee) – Lewiston, ME – January 25, 2016
Great place, with great people. I have learned all about medical billing, dealing with insurance's, resolving problems with insurance and or patients in order to get the claims paid. Management is awesome and full of life and encouragement. The hardest part of my job is dealing with insurance to get them to pay claims. They will find the littlest reason in denying the claim and you have to spend 30 minutes or more on the phone on hold to try to resolve the issue at hand. I get a great feeling of accomplishment once I have the problem resolved. I have learned that you can't be sick at McKesson because you have to give a minimum of at least one day preapproved notice to have time off. I have seen many good people loose their position because of illness.
lead (Former Employee) – chino ca – January 23, 2016
a day at McKesson is bs I learned to kiss butt you get ahead management suck period co workers work hard don't get awarded hardest part of your job is to meet your goal only favorites meet the goal the most enjoyable part is clocking out job sucks don't apply trust me
Clinical Analyst (Former Employee) – King of Prussia, PA – January 14, 2016
The work is rewarding however employees are over worked. Management is not professional nor knowledgeable, there is a unrealistic dependence on employees to do the work of management while they play. The employees themselves are hard working and good people, this organization cannot retain good employees. The employee turn around is pathetic.
customer service representative (Current Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – January 13, 2016
9-10 hour work days during business hours makes doing anything besides work nearly impossible. Coworkers are friendly as are some managers, though they often do not provide feedback in a courteous or effective manner. The attitude if you don't know something is not to learn, but to transfer the call to someone that knows.
If you are a contractor, this company WILL take advantage of you, try to pay you less than your agency had told you, and will probably get rid of you when you're no longer needed.
They pay you
Long days, environment not conducive to learning, constantly trying to con contractors out of money
Accounts Payable Specialist (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – January 13, 2016
My typical workday consisted of expense reports from the sales dept. After I got caught up with my duties I often cross-trained with other duties I the dept to try gain some knowledge of the other duties in the dept. I then often trained others about my job. I enjoyed the inter act-ment of others.
celebatory lunches, such as holidays or departamental lunches for a project