It was an excellent experience working for Mckesson. I Definitely recommend it as a good company to work for.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – November 19, 2017
I had a good experience working for Mckesson. They offer me good training and benefits, my position was challenging I did like and enjoyed my job . My position was working remote but I always felt as part of their team. My supervisor was incredible and professional
Upper management non engaged, lack of teamwork on the common goal
Sr Staff Accountant (Current Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – July 13, 2018
Perform daily routines to keep upper mgmnt abreast of financial status. Supports and trains other modules within the dept, always available for any questions that new staff may have. Corrects/changes made from inexperienced staff making poor decisions Biggest frustration is expecting more advanced results as upper mgmnt expects from other remedial staff that are barely surviving their own job function. Adds more work to me on the back end for me. I am struggling to survive in a new management environment who has not bothered to grasp historical processes that delivered amazing accurate results to our clients in the past.
Pricing Analyst (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – July 13, 2018
I was with McKesson for over 30 years and got laid off in 2016. This in itself should speak for the lack of job security. Other employees were very nice. Most management came about because of the "it's all in who you know".
Payment Posting Representative (Current Employee) – Lewiston, ME – July 11, 2018
Over the past 11 years, I have come to realize more and more that this company does not care about their employees. The management is all about the bottom line and will throw anyone under the bus they need to in order to meet that bottom line. For the largest medical company in the world, their health benefits are not great and their pay is even worse. Most people use this company as a training ground for a better job. I am looking for a company that cares about it's employees and I've come to realize that this is not McKesson (now Change Healthcare).
SAP Functional Consultant (Former Employee) – California – July 11, 2018
Opportunity to work on multiple modules such as SAP AFS, SD, MM. Daily stand up meeting to track the work, discuss sprint stories and blockers etc. Good opportunity to work on wide variety of projects.
Customer Support Representative (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – July 10, 2018
I worked for the iPLEDGE program which is one of the many programs that are offered by McKesson. From the start, the workplace seemed amazing. You’re constantly told that you could go from a contract employee to a full-time worker so long as you did your work and showed up on time. But that’s far from the truth. There are way too many people working for management to notice your efforts but no doubt they will notice when you go one minute over your 15-minute break. They focus on you and make you feel welcome during training but once that’s over you’re forgotten about and not even acknowledged. Management is rude. Specifically talking about supervisors. My supervisor was horrible. She never let me speak my concerns and was constantly interrupting and belittling me. Even when I asked to switch supervisors nothing was done. They have a very HIGH turnover rate. They won’t ever speak to you to correct anything. While working there I’ve witnessed at LEAST 20 people being told that “their assignment at McKesson has ended” and are not given any reason why. Everyone is disposable and they are constantly bringing new classes of people in each month so it doesn’t bother them to cut people off. The work is repetitive and boring. You will get tired of it. I know it seems great and the new building is amazing but trust me it is not worth it. The only good thing I can say is that you get paid weekly. That’s the only thing that kept me there for as long as I stayed. Please save your sanity and find a different job.
I made a major mistake and took retirement too early. Left and went to a competitor who was fine. Unfortunately they sold to CAH. A nightmare from there. Excellent company. Just do your job and drive the volume/profit upwards and you will have no issues. They have quite a few sales reps that are dead wood and need to be replaced. Favoritism personified.
Great company to work for. I was very sad to her the contract ended.
Insurance Specialist (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – July 9, 2018
Mckesson is a great company to work for. I hope to work for them again one day. They treat their employee's well. They offered a free gym and they had a cafe to have healthy food prepared for you daily.
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – July 8, 2018
The area is nice. It is a good place to work. Wish I could go back. The hardest part is showing up to work because it was far from my house. One of the security guards is rude for no reason that's the bad part.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – July 8, 2018
If you don’t over think it you’re good. You get earned minutes as determined by engineering standards you want to come in under the required amount on a regular basis to be “positive” and can earn incentive pay if done consistently.Culture. Cliques. Not for me .
Incentives if you meet goals.
If you don’t meet goals in probation =termination.Attitudes
Case Manager (Current Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – July 7, 2018
This is the most unprofessional place I’ve ever worked. Training is poor. Management is poor and unknowlegable and does nothing but micromanage employees. The pay is poor for the volume of work. Extremely high stress and the amount of multitasking is off the charts. Unrealistic expectations.
Nice office, adjustable desk
Management, volume of work not sustainable, training is poor
DISTRIBUTION CENTER LEADER/GENERAL MANAGER (Former Employee) – Lubbock, TX – July 7, 2018
McKesson came in and added a completely new system platform then shut the distribution center down. They spent about a million and a half and reassured all of the management and staff that the cutbacks would not affect us and then we were told a month later we would be shut down. The severance package was nice though and they did do all they could to help us prepare for other positions.
Practice Support Liaison Manager (Former Employee) – Cary, NC – July 5, 2018
McKesson is growing so fast that it is outgrowing itself. Growing pains are the results of that enormous growth. There needs to be more thought placed in planning and more trust in the leaders you select to lead you through the change.