Lead Pharmacy Tech (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – October 14, 2017
Work days are ok. Just come to work and get the job done in a timely manner. As the lead Tech I would coronate the other employee's in the area on day to day runs. Make sure medications are out on time and correct.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Florissant, MO – October 11, 2017
A typical day at work was face pace. I learned to stay focus. There is room for improvement for management. Workplace culture was good. The hardest part of the job was some of the work processes. the most enjoyable part of the job was providing customer service.
Assistant Purchasing Manager/Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – West Seneca, NY – October 10, 2017
I would never recommend anyone to the horror that this place was known for. This was the worst work experience that I had ever had. The employees were split between 2 areas and they would clash on several occasions.
Felt work to be pleasant and everyday new learning experience
Managed Warehouse/Assistant Purchaser (Former Employee) – West Boylston, MA relocated to Wakefield, ma – October 8, 2017
Take inventory of card wall and pull bottle supplies to schedule what is needed to fill inventory card requirements.If there is not enough bottles for stock or production I would order from drug supplier. Assign to my workers the task of day and check the done product before a signs off to okay as inventory. Everyone is interacting to keep filling all scripts to be prepared to be delivered to hospital facilities.I was able to learn quickly interacting with all departments to improve quality of work and able to help those other departments in the process when needed. The hardest part of the job was to acquire patience for training worker patterns and how everyone has more strength one way but may not in others. Some time may be needed to better equip the worker to be successful so the outcome would be more fulfilling for employee and productive for the organization. I enjoyed working with all the people I worked with and with my efficiency of work it was a challenge to complete all tasks with a proficient eye for detail which i strive to maintain and take great pride accomplishing.
flexible hours on first and second shifts
the company closed down my facility and was not able to make the move.
Full-time position working as a pharmacy tech allows me to work on Euclid machines in which pills are put in the machine to be sealed. Also work with bubble cards in which pills are put in the bubble holes in the card and then sealed closed on a hot surface. These medications are sent out to nursing homes and jails.
A typical day at work is I come to work, do my job, and go home. The workplace culture is very negative and impersonal. Two personality characteristics I do not possess. Favoritism is rampant. If you are not on the good side of the managers, you will not be acknowledged whatsoever. I mean they will literally walk right by you as if you do not exist. The hardest part of the job is literally being an employee. I look forward to the day when I leave. Long story short...look elsewhere for employment. DO NOT APPLY.
A typical day at work is sitting at a computer for most of the eight hours entering data for clients. I learn to develop both speed and accuracy. Workplace culture can be considered family oriented. The hardest part of the job was leaving work at 1:30am.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA 23227 – October 5, 2017
Omnicare is a long term care facility with excellent customer service. My days were spent picking drugs for processing to be reviewed by the pharmacist before sending to the client. I learned to handle drugs to send to the customer. Management was responsive and fair. Culture was inspiring, people were friendly and tended to serve many years with the company. I found my job to be very easy. I enjoyed contact with other employees.
Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – October 2, 2017
I would have to say that I got to work with fun but hard working people. Some of who have been there for 10 plus years, I've learned so many things about the company has grown to be, about how small the pharmacy was before it expanded. I started as an Order entry tech processing orders but moved to the medical records and float in depts I'm needed in. It has been a great experience!
Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Golden, CO – October 2, 2017
One of the worst/stressful jobs I ever had. Went through different managers who gave employees the run-arounds. Whenever you needed to get a hold of manager, you'd have to wait at least two to three days (or more) to hear back from him. Management doesn't schedule people accordingly. Too much of day crew versus night crew BS. Not worth working overtime if asked because everyone is willing to take advantage of you.
As long as you do your job you will keep your job. Not too much responsibility, managers are great. Workload is there and always overtime available. Good employees and team culture. sometimes work can feel repetitive.
Very pleasant atmosphere great teammates that you can rely on to give you a helping hand when needed.Very well training facility to help their technicians to strive. Pharmacist are very appreciated when they can take a moment with their busy day being behind the phones all day with doctors to help out the technicians with the work load if it becomes a bit too heavy to make the delivery go out on time. I learned all of my skills through Omnicare without them i would have not been even half the technician that I am today.