Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Merrillville, IN – June 19, 2018
This was my first pharmacy technician job and I loved the responsibilities that were put on me. I really loved the IV room, making Chemo's. I worked with some very smart pharmacists. Very stressful place to work, never made to feel appreciated but I learned everything I know at this job and I owe it all to my Lead Technician. Very smart woman.
Pharmacy Technician II (Former Employee) – Colton, CA – August 13, 2018
It’s a very busy job and you will work hard , but the management will not acknowledge or do reviews. The only time you will hear from them is if some policy is changing or something negative. The benefits are ok, but not very good for a family. There a lot of new graduates, which the people who have been in the field for 15 years and up have to train just to see them leave when they are overwhelmed by the workload. One of the managers is not in a position he should be in and can not supervise or take any kind of positive feedback about things that need to be addressed.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Colton, CA – June 25, 2018
What was discussed in the interview process was nowhere near executed during the time I worked there. They sugar coat your job responsibilities and tell you what you want to hear, solely because they need to fill in people in their schedule no matter what (it was an obvious red flag as to why they're so understaffed). I gave up an opportunity I had prior to this company because these people offered what I was looking for. Also, you will not be paid accordingly. Will not match up to your previous pay and will work you like a dog. I cannot describe what a terrible experience this place was, please, stay away from this company. If you're desperate for a job, there are other opportunities that will not only pay you on time, but will treat you far better than this company will ever treat their
I've come to enjoy this position with this company. The location I'm contracted with provides a calm and secure work environment. I feel like this is a company that I would like to stay with and move up the ladder. Sadly this is only a part time position for me currently, thus my looking for another job.
Pharmacist (Current Employee) – Jeffersonville, IN – March 31, 2018
CPS is a comfortable company to work for, as they have clear expectations but do not micro manage their employees. As a part time/prn employee, I feel I have a great chance of moving upward to a full time position if one becomes available. Working for a contraactor is different from working directly for a chain or primary employer, and in a lot of ways I find I like it very much.
InPatient Clinical Pharmacist/Informatic Liaison (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – December 5, 2017
Management is great and offers suggestion for annual goals to achieve. Encouragement for being a great team player and excellence is highly encouraged. Management is always available and practices to attain a high level of excellent patient care and safety.
Great supervisor! Open communication within the department, regular departmental meetings
A lot of data collection and very little time for clinical practice.
Corporate Director of Pharmacy - Consultant (Current Employee) – Lexington, KY – September 6, 2017
Excellent company to work for. Working as a corporate director present many challenges in many different settings. It is never boring. The company provides a strong education component and excellent support.
Regional Manager (Former Employee) – Tupelo, MS – August 22, 2017
My typical day at CPS was working with the pharmacists that I managed to ensure that they were successful. During my time at CPS I learned that there are a lot of ways to run a hospital pharmacy, and that CPS had it down to a science. The job was well balanced between work and life and the culture was like a family. The best and worst part of the job was the travel.
PRN (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – July 24, 2017
CPS is a wonderful company to work for. Excellent management, Great follow up on any issues you may have. Work place culture is very helpful with very little or no stress, CPS provides the extra educational material you need to stay current and informed as a pharmacy technician. Coworkers are always help full and willing to pitch in an help everyone. The most stressful part of my day is making sure all hospital areas have everything they may need before the pharmacy closes for the day or over the weekend.
Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) (Former Employee) – Merrillville, IN – July 23, 2017
Absolutely loved CPS, but (1) of (2) managers, and a couple of technicians (one in charge of scheduling) were 'buddies'. Made training difficult and schedule unbearably biased. Interestingly, of the technicans there, exception being robot automation techs, NONE were even CPhT (with certification)
Licensed Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 19, 2017
busy in the mornings from 7am to 11am. steady work throughout the day. completely dies down at 4pm -7pm then its closing time. the hardest part of the day is the mornings when trying to organize discharges at the same time when doing morning "med pass".
Deceptive/Poor Leadership All About Money NOT People!
(CPhT) Remote Operator Specialist (Former Employee) – Naperville, IL – July 10, 2017
During the interview I felt like this was a great job to pursue. Upon hitting the floor and workflow I can tell you this business is years upon years behind the game of where it needs to be for today's competitive healthcare market. Poor training or Computer Support and Services. No consistency in business practices. No presence of leadership or resolve when it comes to subjects that pertain to workflow. Office space is acceptable, but organization of the office is up for grabs. People work alone on their own pace or ethic, not as a real team. Management smiles and nods when they are to be found, but offer no help. Pharmacists will tell you they would rather have more pharmacists than technicians while implying that anyone less is useless. Computer software or the lack of is horrible. IT support is terrible and non-existent. I was presented a particular shift when hired for a particular time slot that was agreed upon. Another person at a different time slot quit, my schedule was changed without real request, more like you don't have a choice in the matter. That new schedule did not work for me well and I requested to change back or cut my own hours and pay. Company responded that need I be reminded of what I agreed upon when hired, yet they changed that halfway through. Company was violating Federal HIPPA laws on a grand scale as I reminded them I did not agree to that when presented the job. I filed a formal complaint with the federal government as a result of them saying they accepted my resignation on the spot after they could not work with me on an acceptable schedule asmore... I was giving my 30 day notice. Basically, when they didn't get their way and have their cake to eat it too I was FIRED? Nope, I technically resigned a whole month ahead of schedule because they didn't like what I said about them violating Federal Laws and if their lawyers were going to protect me should violations or worse situations occur or be discovered. I have been seeking solid employment since. I suspect they are giving me a bad work review.less
Horrible Management and Parent Company. All Politics!
Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Tewksbury, MA – June 5, 2017
The company is not run very well. No one seems to care too much there seems to be more concern on peoples brakes instead of real serious issues. You are incouraged to give suggestions but not one is really listening