I feel as if Owens & Minor could stand to have some major improvements, but there are some things that they do well.
The company values the customers and every order has to be packaged and shipped via a certain process.
Perhaps if they lent more time to training the new hires and considered implementing a third shift along with not accepting as many orders per day, it could be a better place to work.
Overall, not bad, but using the voice program is tedious.
Long hours, but substantial pay.
Owens has a long way to go, but if they get a CEO that intimately understands the process, then they would be in great shape.
Free lunches occasionally, break room, Concentra clinic, in-warehouse supervisor's office.
Overtime every night, no AC in the Summer, point system could use some fine tuning