Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – March 31, 2016
No proper training, supervisors lack professionalism and supervisory skills. Omnicare doesn't care about your family life or illnesses they want you to show up on your death bed!! No such thing as an excused absence even with a doctors note!!
Everything else! Rude supervisors and pharmacist, they don't even want to know your name just do what you are told!!
Worked there for 6 mos and haven't seen more of a disorganized company . Half their materials and computers would constantly have problems . They don't care about your personal life and pretty much own you. I worked over nights and there's no management there so people take their sweet time and nothing is completed. Very different from what the perceive to present themselves as.
I like to work hard and keep myself busy all the time
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Lodi, CA – March 22, 2016
Dispensing medications, packaging medications, medical record data entry and other duties as assigned. I hardest part of these jobs is when the phone rings all the time. I enjoy working with my supervisor and my co-workers there. I enjoy doing my work and like my job.
Senior order entry (Current Employee) – North Carolina – March 18, 2016
Omnicare doesn't care if you're happy or not. You will work without knowing what time you'll be home or if you'll get dinner that night. And don't bother complaining.....they know, they just don't care.
Triage Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 14, 2016
I have no Opinion about Omnicare at this time. I worked there for 8 years and when was my time to leave I left on good terms. As far as I am concerned anyone who goes and work for the Company or any other Company can form there own opinion.
Work as Pharmacy Packaging Technician (Current Employee) – Brooklyn Center, MN – March 1, 2016
I enjoy working at Omnicare. The management team cares about their employees and treat everyone with respect. My co-workers are amazing and fun to work with. The most enjoyable part of my job is working together as a team.
Intake Technician (Former Employee) – Florissant, MO – February 16, 2016
I was an intake technician and worked for about 6 months and I am very happy I'm no longer with this company!!! My manager was so unprofessional and showed too much favoritism. Constantly on her phone having personal, inappropriate conversations. Her boss had no clue about our side of the department and was no help when my manager was absent. And not to mention my 6 months of being there I was never fully trained on my job but was told to help a new hire about 3 months in. You're basically a warm body, they could care less if you actually do your job correctly, this place is a circus!! Go to as many interviews as you can before you accept a job offer from them!!!
Pay is decent, some coworkers were great
Short breaks, unprofessional management, no job training
Data Entry Technician (Former Employee) – Moorestown, NJ – February 5, 2016
If you become your managers best friend you can enjoy an easy life watching other people work. Stay away from Omnicare of Moorestown. If you value family and your health. Otherwise your signing up for misery. The money well don't expect a real raise or job security. Unless you sell your soul. They will fire you for following procedures in ethics. Remember enron yeah the pharmacy version of that. To put it bluntly people that work there now would physically eliminate a member of your family and try to frame you. Sound like somewhere you want to work. I doubt it. Happy job hunting.
it's fun everyday working with omnicare coz people around always smile, some does'nt but mostly does. it's very rewarding when everyday you made someone smile and happy knowing they're satisfied with the sevice you provided and the impact you did with the company itself. i have a very reliable and approachable supervisor , she usually ask how you're doing and if everything's alright, i have another supervisor from the other dept. that i was working on who's always asking me everyday how many fax machines i need? he's a very nice person, but strict when it comes to work, when he say you have to send this fax machine to the nursing home today, well you have to do it. he always say that we can't let those nurses wait, because they too have things to do and accomplish. I would'nt have survived working with omnicare for 13 years if i don't love the company and the people i'm working with.
summer luncheon, birthday cakes for celebrants, xmas and new year fellowships.
In my time at Omnicare, I sat threw 3 reductions in force, finally being affected when the company was sold to CVS. I grew as a professional in my time there, but the environment could have been better. Moral on my floor was very low and there was little done to try to improve morale. Upper management cared only about the bottom line and not about the individual employee.