TRICARE Home Delivery Enrollment Coordinator (Former Employee) – Bethesda, MD – February 1, 2018
I worked remotely out of Walter Reed in DC so I did not have a lot of opportunity to judge the culture but I will say Express-scripts took a keen interest in investment into education and that will remain with me the rest of my life.
I would recommend this company for friends and family as well as I would work here again, if I have the opportunity.
Felt I missed some collabortive opportunities with other dept within the organization
Data Entry- Entering (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – October 18, 2018
Great benefits package for a single person. The company is annoyingly lenient on attendance. Its a great place for a technician to learn to input prescription information. The work does get very boring after a few months.
Didnt know their turnover rate until i experienced working there
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – October 18, 2018
No flexibility or room for growth. Fired cause of the process i needed to go thru to get FMLA. if you're management you're still under a microscope. Usually only people working within the company ALREADY gets hired or promoted
Patient Care Advocate (Former Employee) – Dublin, OH – October 17, 2018
This was a horrible job to work for. We had so many screens we had to worry about and they only provided 1 computer monitor for everything. Most jobs I have been in that require many screens for processing give us 2 computer screens to work with.
PHD Pharmacy help desk (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – October 13, 2018
Good training and feed back. On how you are doing. Always positive management. Easy to move up if you want to. Fun place to work . very busy. Hardest part is dealing with customers that don't want to listen and they get upset.
Fun place to work
Too short of lunches 30minutes isn't long enough for a long day.
Senior Manager - Client Application Services (Former Employee) – Franklin Lakes, NJ – October 12, 2018
Express Scripts as a company has a clear vision which is well communicated and embedded within its employees. The top executive take time to meet with employees and keep them motivated. The work at home culture is very effective with a lot of emphasis on team building and building effective quality solutions for customers.
Can be a fun place, needs better communication and leadership.
Lead Accounting Assistant III (Former Employee) – Warrendale, PA – October 11, 2018
There is no collaboration, management tells you to do something from the higher ups then reverses it constantly. Training is very poor. If they would have the departments work together on issues I think that is would work for everyone and make each team more successful. You are supposed to reach goals that are not obtainable when another team has something you are working on and cannot correct it or ship it in time and it ends up being on you, when you could have worked together and prevented 1/2 of these slip ups. Communication was the biggest issue they had when i worked there and was a lead.
They will have birthday months so if its ur birthday can get cake, free coffee, have a lunchroom. Most of the people were extremely nice.
Patient Care Representative/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – October 10, 2018
A typical day at Express Script for me would be to assist patients with their needs at the pharmacy, I enjoy working with my supervisor as she is eager to assist her employees when they need it. The most enjoyable part of the job is knowing that I am there to assist the patients with getting their medication.
Pharmacy Help Desk Representative (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – October 9, 2018
I like the job alot. It's the environment in the job. It has alot of favoritism going on in there. Other be than that I luv the place.....I luv the job and different people I talk to everyday. It makes me feel good to know I'm helping someone get their medication....
Pharmacy Technician Trainee (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – October 9, 2018
It has been awhile since I worked with ESI, but I really enjoyed the experience. It was my first pharmacy job and it provided the best foundation in pharmacy I could ask for.
They clearly value their employees. They took time and patience with the training, and provided all the needed resources for success.
At the time, they were beginning many initiatives to improve Culture and Employee Satisfaction. We often had pot lucks, and daily team meetings to ensure clear communication among everyone. They also had a peer recognition program which was a great way to see and acknowledge one another.
This was important to have, especially because starting at the ground level, the work can monotonous and repetitive. Which isn't suited for everyone. But with their efforts to improve the surrounding environment, it made the job worth it.
I wished I could have continued my employment, but had to leave due to moving away from the company. I would certainly re-apply in the future if the timing is right.
Senior Patient Care Advocate (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – October 8, 2018
Company claims all in for their members, but not the case at all. When system makes error, member is out of medication, there is nothing you can do. Most members in my department were senior citizens on fixed incomes. Very poor structure.