Employee morale is depressingly low. No one wants to do the work because they get pushed down to the point where no one wants to try anymore. Worst I have ever seen.
Dealing with silly decisions that kill morale.
The rules change on a day to day basis
Answered - Packaging Associate (Current Employee) - Woodstock, IL
Not delivering patients medicine on time
Answered - Management (Former Employee) - Kansas City, MO
The micromanagement or the site leadership team and the fact that the site could be successful if given the opportunities, resources and leeway to succeed.
Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - Philadelphia, PA
Answered - Analyst (Current Employee) - Madison, WI
Under trained employees.
Limited inter-departmental cooperation.
Lots of meetings but no palpable improvements.
Answered - Shipping and Receiving Clerk (Current Employee) - Malvern, PA
The Fast Pace at which projects need to be completed. You must be on your feet at all times to complete the projects required.
Answered - Laboratory Associate, Quality Control (Former Employee) - Morrisville, NC