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
Great place to work, mostly fair to all. Gym, good food, easy to promote if you want to. Most coworkers are helpful. Supervisors are great. Work/family balance is good. Salary is good and a raise annually. Many drug programs to choose from.
Cons: Most are hired temp to perm.
I was let go along side about half of my training class. It was three days in and no incidents occurred, there is absolutely ZERO job security. I had a friend work there who worked there for years and was one morning let go after about four years of working there, they were given no reason, and neither was I even after asking. They will rehire you after firing you if they need help again though. this is a very one sided company to work fo, you are disposable McKesson is very corporate. Jen the trainer is the rudest woman I’ve ever met in my life she told a woman in my class who had a seizure that she needed to shut up because she was talking trying to warn of her seizure. I’d sue if I was her worst experience ever
McKesson isn't the best place to work in the world but when it comes to warehouse jobs, this one is perfect. The work is simple and easy to understand. The trainers are not always the best and management can get problematic but that's most companies. The workplace culture was great for me and the hardest part of the job was knowing you could be working a 12 hour shift if too many people called in. The most enjoyable part of the job was the people working on the floor with you.
Knowing that you were making a difference in every persons life is what keeps you going. Knowing that you can speak with different people from divers stages in life, places in the world, and statuses just makes you love life more and more. Really makes you feel that you are blessed every day.
The main focus of my team was to help doctors to be as effective as possible working with cancer patients. Every decision was framed around patient safety and security. The culture is extremely flexible but minimalist. Technological advancement is slow but steady.
***MUST HAVE SOME KNOWLEDGE OF DAY TO DAY PHARMACY OR MEDICAL FIELD***Good training session, Incoming support related calls, document issues, assist pharmacy techs with proper app use to process medicine. communicates with insurance & government agencies. customer service based.
This company will have a open door policy and will also disclosed your personal/work issues with other employees. Also make jokes and talk about other production. When your doing good they will try to encourage others to be just like you or compare them to you. Sometimes in a lot of cases making people hate their top performers. Besides the childish games. The pay is decent.
Used to love working here. Until new management moved in. Place went down the drain quickly. Everyone's true colors show when they are scared to lose their jobs everyday! If you want to work for mckesson, beware of this location!
Short and sweet. This was a great place to work with a wonderful culture. The technical staff was spot on. Employee review process could use work, it felt like they took processes from all over and created a kitchen sink.