Classic example of being overworked and underpaid
Pharmacy (Former Employee) – Madison, WI – November 11, 2014
On a typical work day, you are extremely busy, overworked, understaffed, hungry, while management is nowhere to be found, as they lack all knowledge pertinent to the department they are supposedly running.
Job descriptions are out of date and frequently do not reflect the actual amount of work you are responsible for.
Coworkers are generally supportive of one another until they're not.
The Human Resources department is uneducated, lacks proper training, communication, and listening skills, appears oblivious to many federal and state laws, and generally does not care about the best interest of the majority of employees.
Insurance is OK but has some very high copayments and deductibles.
competitive pay (in some departments), friendly coworkers for the most part, inexpensive, yet delicious cafeteria food
high turnover rate, untrained workers, management is disconnected, human resources department is an ineffective joke