Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Panama City, FL – January 16, 2017
It was a fantastic work experience fillies with many great heath benefits. And the work hoyrse were very flexible. Packing pills and filling prescriptions were our main focus as well as great customer service and satisfaction. The days went very smoothly and the pay was great!
CBC Billing Specialist (Current Employee) – Daytona Beach, FL – December 28, 2016
Working at Omnicare is a whole new experience for me. My day consists of searching for Insurance or a Med D plan for people who have no insurance on file and checking to see if people who applied for Medicaid were approved.
Revenue Agent (Former Employee) – Daytona Beach, FL – December 15, 2016
I enjoyed working for Omnicare because you are constantly working. There is never any down time and your work is always being reviewed for productivity. The hardest part of the job is that we have to complete billing daily and if my team was slacking I was the one chosen to carry the load. The positive side to it is, my supervisor always knew who was being productive and who was not. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to listen to music which made the day go by faster. A typical day at work includes data entry, data entry and more data entry and I love to type. I also enjoyed interacting with various insurance companies to resolve billing discrepancies.
I always work harder than my employees but we receive the same pay!
Purchasing Manager (Former Employee) – Wakefield, MA – December 14, 2016
They promise you the world but give you nothing!. Two dats of training is the normal and there is a revolving door in the front, they can not keep help. The management is not supportive and have a sink or swim or mentallity.
This is a company that feel my children should not be priority if taken ill. They have a point system design to terminate people if take ill death car broke down on the way to work there isn't any excuse....
the pay is low. work is repetitive , no real advancement.
Technician (Former Employee) – King of Prussia, PA – December 11, 2016
Management is not involved in the direct day to day work on the floor. This creates a gap in knowledge , the basic employee is left to learn from observing others that may or may not have been trained properly.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – December 9, 2016
Technicians are not treated like people try are treated like slaves. They do not talk to you appropriately. You are expected to be quiet and refuse your hand to leave your desk. You are viewed as incompetent if you made a mistake. If you are not friends with management you are treated like you don't exist.
Private Pay Collections Specialist III (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – December 1, 2016
It's a typical collections department but just kinder because your dealing with elderly 90% of the time. The hardest part is discontinuation of the medication for the residents in the facilities due to non payment
Technician (Former Employee) – West Seneca, NY – November 27, 2016
The worst I wouldn't suggest anyone going there you get treated with such disrespect you are replaceable to them even after all your dedication caused health problems from all the drama they dished out run far away
Order Entry Technician (Current Employee) – Hickory, NC – November 22, 2016
but they're not. no on the job training, you are expected to know your job within 2 weeks which is impossible. The RPh's need to work together in a coherent fashion. Management is incompetent, no one who knows anything is running the ship. If you complain about management, there is retaliation. Workload is too large for amount of people working. Job description is always changing. They need to get it together before everyone quits.