Negative work environment sixty percent of the time.
Pros: short commute
Cons: bad morale, lack of communication, unprofessional management
Assign work stations and then I print, separate labels, pull medications, pack, and then scan them. Pull compound ingredients for a pharmacist to check and then mix compounds.
Work on stats off and on all day in between day routes and make sure different areas aren't getting more than their share of work without enough help.
Management tends to belittle employees rather than encourage them. They also like to make decisions without even knowing how their decisions affect the daily operations. Empowering the employees who are in these areas each and every day to make some of these decisions would be a better choice. Favoritism also runs rampant in this company. They tend to pick and choose who has to do the jobs no one else wants. Only the favorites get what they want, when they want it.
Several of my co-workers are extremely negative and unmotivated. They help the managers in making the environment and morale bad. The hardest part of the job is giving a hundred and ten percent of yourself and not getting so much as a pat on the shoulder, instead our manager says next time lets get our routes out even earlier or our numbers down lower, etc....
Always more, more, more. It gets tiring after awhile especially when there are only a few people who give it their all.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the multi-tasking and the personal satisfaction of doing a great job.