Unorganized and constantly changing policies
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – April 6, 2016
I worked here for a grand total of 5 months. Upon being hired, I was not properly trained to be able to do my job in the pharmacy because A. Nobody seems to have time to properly train B. When training does occur, each person involved has a different way of doing things so the process becomes confusing as to what is right and what is wrong. Also, be prepared to be written up if you make any mistakes at all by the lead pharmacy tech. I was constantly on the defensive after a while because it seemed like every move I made would be wrong or not in the manner of how whomever was in charge that day wanted the task completed. Eventually, the hospital somehow came to the conclusion that "I was not a good fit" and they didn't really need a legit reason to fire me because it was during the probationary period. One person even accused me of forgery but would not give me a chance to see what I supposedly forged and the person in HR didn't even seem to know what I was written up for anyway. Ultimately, if you decide to work for this organization, at least in the pharmacy, you better be very careful in your actions because you will not last long if you don't learn and adapt to each pharmacists way of doing things, along with a lead tech that feels like she is basically God and even wrote up a pharmacist for not doing her job. I don't see how that could happen because a tech has little to know knowledge of how to do a pharmacist's job to begin with.
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