RX Delivery driver (Former Employee), Montgomery, Al – July 12, 2015
Cons: Need better maintenance for vehicles, better support from management, and increase in pay.
My typical day supposed to began at 9:15 pm, but most of the time started later. I learned a great deal about how medications are classified and the importance of accuracy. My only thing that I wasn't – more... very happy with was the support received from my management when it came down to resolving problems with other facility employees. You try to do your job as you are trained and because the facility employees don't want to do their job, you become a target. When you explain to your management your side of what happened, they don't listen or act upon what you have to say. So I feel with better management that will support their employees more, this will make this place even better. – less
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Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee), Montgomery, AL – June 1, 2015
Pros: overtime anytime
Cons: dont get off on time when you finish your work and helped others
A typical day at Turenne is a very busy day. constantly moving standing on your feet. I have learned a lot in the healthcare world with this long term care career. I just want to expand. My co-workers are very helpful. Hardest part of my job is not getting off when the schedule say get off. Everything is enjoyable learning new things everyday.
Pharmacy (Current Employee), Montgomery, AL – March 11, 2015
Pros: great benefits!
Cons: the temp. is always too cold! i always have to bring a coat to wear inside.
I really like this company! I like my manager, my job, my customers, my coworkers, my schedule, etc.
When the economy was down, we couldn't get a raise, but now we can. They also didn't take away our – more... benefits or increase the price for benefits when the economy was bad. My cousin's health insurance price was doubled at her company. I am so grateful that didn't happen here! I don't think people really understand the value in our benefits here! It's a huge deal, especially for someone with a family!
I worked there for over 2years and i learned how long term care pharmacy operates. I enjoyed taking on cycle fills as my personal task and over time enjoyed learning the basics for I.Vs. I learned and – more... did daily orders as well as closing paper work and running the delivery area. I also obtained some minimum experience in the B inventory purchase order in the evenings. I helped in training new employees and also stock inventory and my first experience in moving a pharmacy from one building to a bigger location. I will say that the first year and a half of employment there i was satisfied with management but the last six months i was not. The hardest part of my job was trying to make things work with the new management. The greatest part of my job was not only the many people i had gotten close to and developed friendships with but also the times were i actually got to meet face to face with some of the patients and nurses at the facilities. – less