Certified Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Des Plaines, IL 60018 – April 22, 2017
Once trained you work pretty independently, I learned anything I asked to get trained on. Management was new, however they were very understanding in all matters. I loved my co-workers but the pay wasn't great.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – April 17, 2017
Unfortunately this place is not far to everyone and would rather pick favorites than those who do there work. A typical day at was going to ones desk and hearing bosses yell at employees in front of everyone and listening to non job related conversations by supervisors.
Account Executive (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – April 13, 2017
Management didn't know what was going on. Staffed short most of the time. High quota for pharmacy techs to enter orders- quantity was more important than quality. Customers dissatisfied and would complain about billing, med errors, etc. Company did not care about the happiness of their employees
Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – April 11, 2017
The pharmacists are great, benefits not too bad. Very understaffed. Pay not at all competitive. When I bring up concerns or issues to management, including patient safety, nothing is done to resolve it.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Brooklyn Park, MN – April 5, 2017
Prepare and track delivery of prescriptions delivered to senior facilities. Determine if proper packaging used and operate the Automatic Label Verify (ALV) machine. Train staff on ALV use and troubleshoot any problems. Insert medication into vials and manually package. Organize, verify and fill monthly cycle fill and daily drug orders accurately and efficiently.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – April 5, 2017
first job ever, and the worst job to ever work at.
-the company has certain employee that cover for each other including supervisors and upper management. If you have an problems or concerns, managers will cover it up and take care of it at the time, but it will no go further than that. If you do go further, they will fire you for doing so. Not the best place to work for....its a sweat shop sadly.
As one of the largest pharmacy providers for elderly rehabilitation and long term care facilities. The company's culture is inclusive and they provide a fair amount of perks for their employees including discounted parking as well as public transit passes.
Pleasant working conditions, good work / life balance, good training
Intake Coordinator (Former Employee) – Lodi, CA – April 1, 2017
Management sucks. A lot of favoritism!!! The pay was definitely not worth the work you put into it.. When the company changed over to CVS the benefits sucked. And they took away our shift differential. They say they have open door policy and understand about personal things at home, but they can honestly care less. If they like you they'll work with your schedule. If they don't you get the short end of the stick.
Triage Pharmacy Technician/ Order Entry Technician (Current Employee) – Lavista, NE – March 28, 2017
I have learned a lot with this job from: entering orders, customer service with being on the phone with nurses calling in refills, and seeing when the patients medications can be expected to be delivered, insurance questions. I have learned a lot about non covered medications, and what different insurances there are. The environment is great everyone is helpful and works as a team to best serve our customers. The management is helpful on a daily basis and will answer any questions that I have to help serve the customer and give the nurse the best answers on their questions regarding the residents medication. The hardest part of the job was learning all of the system and codes with entering orders.
Pharmacy Adjudicator Technician (Former Employee) – Des Plaines, IL – March 22, 2017
Working at Omnicare was fantastic it helped me pushed myself to meet my goals. I came into work knowing that I had no room for mistakes because if I did make one that will make the team and I fall behind.