Receiving Specialist (Current Employee) – King of Prussia, PA – July 20, 2017
It's a job. There have been many company mergers, and I've seen many employee and mangers come and go. The turnover is unreal and the majority of the people still employed have been with the company over 10-15 years, and are comfortable.
Poor management, no support from HR or ethics committee
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – West Chester, OH – June 25, 2017
Since the buyout by CVS, this company has gone downhill. There is a large turnover of staff and corporate doesn't seem to notice or care. Lack of proper training throughout the pharmacy is a huge problem. Medications are not processed properly or in a timely manner, therefore, their contracts are not happy. You can ask the same question to any number of management staff and get a different answer from each one. Some managers have the idea that staff should just figure things out themselves and give no direction whatsoever. Pay is poor and the health insurance is a catastrophic plan only. There is no sense of job security as CVS is implementing many changes. This company has zero respect or regard for their employees.
Some nice co-workers
Insurance plan is high deductible, low pay, mangers with little to no management skills
Over worked and underpaid its a revolving door they can't keep people here, they treat you like children instead of adults...always recognizing faults instead accomplishments... Boring and dead environment no fun atmosphere at all.... The point system sucks they do not offer sick time you have to use a point if you're sick which could possibly end in termination depending on how many points you have(10.5 and you're out)....management needs to be revamped
Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Lodi, CA – June 17, 2017
work is pretty easy, it does get a bit hectic depending on the day of the week. Management is alright but I can tell it was biased when it comes to work schedules. The hardest part of the job is just coming in to work. The most enjoyable part of the jobs is making new acquaintances/friendships. (Some can be rude and likes to gossip) but it's good so far.
Dispensing Pharmacist (Current Employee) – King of Prussia, PA – June 14, 2017
Verify physician orders send from various nursing homes. Verify medications (in blister packs) after it is filled by technician Verify compounds (gels,creams ointments, solutions) that have been compounded by tech Answer clinical questions from nurses/ doctors at nursing homes
Pharmacist (Former Employee) – Hayward, CA – June 14, 2017
Overall it is a wonderful place to work and I will be sad that I will no longer be working there and will have to find a new work environment. Currently there seem to be many changes occurring due to the buy out so current work environment subject to change.
this company is very unorganized when it comes to new work ethics and training. everyone trains differently and everyone that trains different is taught different. management is also inconsistent with the employees
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – La Vista, NE – June 12, 2017
Like msot companies, Omnicare has its flaws, but all in all it was a solid place to start a carrer in pharmacy. Management was fairly unbiased in adressing any issues that came up and as long as you worked hard you could do relatively well for yourself.
Narcotics Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – West Chester, OH – June 12, 2017
This job was extremely stressful. There is entirely too much work for as few employees work there. It is a very "high school" like environment. You are either a "popular" kid and work is a fun place to socialize, or you are not and people are outcast and treated poorly (even by management). The job is fast pace, and mistakes can be life threatening to the clients. It is extremely stressful, poorly managed and extremely deficient in pay.
Order Entry Clerk (Former Employee) – arizona – June 11, 2017
CVS has come and took this place over.. you guys NEED to look else where they're only hiring part time because they are letting people go like crazy. don't do it they can't even promise you a long term job! RUN don't let the good money fool you. You will be sapped up this place has changed...Omnicare would never have tolerated this but they gave up
Lead order entry tech (Former Employee) – Golden, CO – June 11, 2017
Trust me they do not care about their employees. All they care about is their numbers. Management does not have your back. Even HR will throw you under the bus. Most stressful job I have ever had. I worked there for only one year and had three different managers, who were all fired because the general manager is as crazy as they come. Stay away! Not worth any amount of money they are willing to pay you.
Distribution Manager (Former Employee) – Westbrook, ME – June 11, 2017
I worked there for 10 years. I had to give up my positions there once we moved and new management took over. I had a company car with a gas card and one day my card did not work. I went to my boss and he had no idea why.