New upper management only concern with their paycheck
Specialist - Wholesale Distribution (Former Employee) – Rockville, MD – September 17, 2018
Management not always forthcoming. When the decision was made to close an office one manager made sure she had a job none of her direct reports. Could have allowed employees to work from home and keep their jobs
Customer Care Representative (Former Employee) – Naperville, IL – September 11, 2018
I worked in the Dropship Department and did a specific job took a lower pay cut to be in that position. But then after a few months they started adding on new tasks and additional work and we never got paid for the extra work.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 8, 2018
Really good job, but the hours where crazy you had no time out you worked until you finish and after you finish you clean so you get out pretty late I have a 4 year old that also needs his mother so i could’nt do for the hours
Some employees didn't work to their potential and the management wasn't able to request them to do so. Other employees had to pick up the slack. Mandatory overtime of 2-4 hours a day around holidays. Provided good health insurance. Earned 2 weeks vacation in 3 months which was good but had trouble scheduling it.
Hostile work environment, with politics guiding the work.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – August 11, 2018
Not the place for anyone who appreciates having a competent manager, work/life balance, or a place void of politics. This was the most miserable job I've ever had and everyone around me felt the same to such an extent that employees left in droves, not the company has to resort to advertising on the radio that they're hiring. The red flags are legion. If you're desperate, get hired and immediately start looking for something else because management will be the main reason you leave.
Patient Case Coordinator (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – August 10, 2018
This company had great benefits and average pay Expectations were high and work life balance could hsve been better. The hardest part of the job was keeping up wth almost daily changes to processes and quotas Also the attendance policy and audits were unforgiving The most enjoyable part of the job was helping people who really needed help.
free coffee, soda, sports drinks
attendance policy: one minute late was considered late
This job has potential to be a great place to work
Shipping and Receiving (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – August 7, 2018
My sole feelings about this job is based on the fact that 15 days after I was hired, the DEA came and locked the building down due to noncompliance with DEA standards on November 30, 2017 and it’s now August 7, 2018 and we’re still not working.
Been shutdown by DEA for noncompliance for the pass 9 months
Data Processor (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – June 26, 2018
AmerisourceBergen is a company that is built with the workers in mind; a company you can retire with! With benefits that rival that of the military, generous pay, and clean warehouse facility, it's definitely a rare diamond in the rough.
climate controlled warehouse, outstanding benefits, great culture, unlimited coffee, 14 days PTO, major holidays off, occasional free meals
primarily overnight shifts, mistakes go on record for a year - the clock resetting for any subsequent mistake made
Customer Service (3PL) (Former Employee) – Frisco, TX – June 26, 2018
i do not have a review to provide for this employer. they did some things great and other things not so great. overall they were pretty middle of the road and not willing to fight for employees that work the hardest yet instead worshiped mediocre talent and praised people for only doing half their job.
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – June 20, 2018
This is a great place to work at! The pay is outstanding and so is the insurance. So no need to worry about that. The people is very helpful and is willing to help to assist you with any questions. Management is always there to help increase your work ethic.