fast paced, needed a better way to que work orders equally to workers through out the day. Should monitor who log out of there phones to make it fair to others workers who receives phone calls after phone calls then you can see others are not on there phone.
IV Technician (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – November 29, 2017
• Assist with compounding of medications following company standards • Process IV refills, label medication, maintain IV Que, then post and track related data • Handle problems regarding cleaning, restocking, and sending IV Supplies • Meet team goals for charting, MSD Pumps, and completion of orders
Medical Records Technician (Former Employee) – Annapolis Junction, MD – November 26, 2017
The people who work in Omnicare are not fair. They don't look at performance but instead they look at who you know and who referred you to the company. The upper management doesn't look at your performance.
Machine Technician (Current Employee) – Peabody, MA – November 25, 2017
Im working at Omnicare more a little more than a year, i don't get why there are so many bad reviews. I'm working in the automation department, my manager is nice and helpful. although no level of advancement but overall its not a bad place to work at. people are always helpful and willing to help, a lot of overtime opportunities but they gotta pay us more. pay sucks.
Far from the best and more close to the worst. If you need a job and they're offering, take it and keep looking as if you don't have a job
Pharmacy Technicain (Former Employee) – King of Prussia, PA – November 21, 2017
Coworkers are horrible, constantly throwing you under the bus, more like competition than coworkers. Everyone want to be in your business, lots of ego, constant micromanaging, favoritism among management, nasty bathrooms, the worst culture ever, low morality, high health benefits, terrible training.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Beattyville, KY – November 21, 2017
Pharmacists and techs were like family. All tried to accommodate facilities and residents to the best to their abilities. Very caring and productive. Omnicare as a whole cared more about money than their employees
Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 20, 2017
Worked out of my home office and car, set up own meetings and open houses to promote company,liked working independently this way. The hardest part was being the liaison between corporate and local offices, as there was internal conflict which created a stressful experience among colleagues. Typical day was early morning account visits, training personnel on our software, assisting staff using our system and showing a presence in the community. The customer service and problem solving was enjoyable. Would have a group conference call every Friday with direct report to give valuable feedback to corporate.
Worked independently creating own schedule.
Miscommunication and disconnect between internal departments.
worst place to work,low moral all the time, no advancement in pay, insurance fraud, poor poor management, Management degrades employees below them, policy's on facility and long term care issues are never consistent, mangers keep huge changes from employees
Order Entry Technician (Current Employee) – Bradenton, FL – November 15, 2017
I've been here less than half a year, the employess are nice to work with but there is a major lack of communication with management to employee. The work is not hard, but they lack in training employees.
its a cool place to work at times, depending on the department youre in i guess, but it also a revolving door, someone is always leaving, dont know if thats due to pay, management, hours, or just enviroment period. but if youre coming to clock in, work and go home, maybe its the place for you.
Pharmacy Technician Intern (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – November 14, 2017
I was an intern at Omnicare for Pharmacy Technician. It was a great experience working with other pharmacy technicians, and being able to train and learn from them was was expected in a pharmacy warehouse. I put my education to use by helping them package and stock medication bottles. Making blister packs for nursing homes. Picking medications that needed to packaged and sent out. I liked working there because they were very helpful and taught a lot of different things.
Medical Billing (Extern) (Former Employee) – Beachwood, OH – November 14, 2017
I did not work at this company this was an externship for Remington College. The staff there was very helpful in helping to learn their systems and from what I could tell they were good and fair to their employees