Laborer (Current Employee) – Boothwyn, PA – April 30, 2018
the company is expanding so it makes sense why some people might not get a raise. my only issue is with my manager on mondays because i work in the si department which has favortism. ecery one i work with is nice
Christmas party was a blast as we celebrated the years accomplishments.
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Boothwyn, PA – March 6, 2018
Great place to work with a lot of support from all aspects of the company either external in the field or at the home pharmacy where there is always a pharmacist on call 24/7. Sales meeting gave all sales people a chance to get to know each other and grow on each others aspects and experience.
Great pay and benefits
Lots of travel using your own car only paying milage.
Anonymous (Current Employee) – Glen Mills, PA – January 23, 2018
Been there for many years. Used to be family oriented but not so much anymore. Days are very busy and sometimes overwhelming. Advanced twice in my position over the years. Hardest part of the job is finding the time in 8 hours to complete expected tasks. What I enjoy most is the fact that I am helping our patients.
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Glen Mills, PA – August 3, 2017
I currently work at Pentec’s corporate headquarters. It’s very evident that Pentec cares about their employees; the company does its best to make people feel happy and appreciated with various perks & events. There are also many programs in place to ensure that workers can give feedback and be recognized for a job well done. In my experience, supervisors are helpful and want you to be successful. The executive team communicates regularly with employees so that everyone knows where the company is heading. Overall, Pentec is a patient-centered company that provides a friendly, team-oriented working environment.
Great work atmosphere with great people and experiences
SI Pharmacist (Former Employee) – Boothwyn, PA – December 7, 2016
I enjoyed working with Pentec Heath for almost 9 years and only left do to a relocation to Florida. I learned a lot regarding USP 797 compounding requirements caring for renal dialysis patients and pain management via intrathecal pump patients.
IV Prep Technician (Former Employee) – Boothwyn, PA – July 12, 2016
As I look back, some things weren't as good as they seemed. Very poor leadership that trickled down. You have no shot unless you cozy up and kiss..you know. Your ideas or opinions meant nothing at all. They jump at the chance to bully you around and make you look stupid. The hard work I put in there for nearly two years did nothing but destroy my body, and never had a chance to ever move up.
Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) (Current Employee) – Boothwyn, PA – June 14, 2016
I was so excited when I first got to this company being fresh out of school! I used to brag about retiring from this company 40 years from the day I started, but the old manager of pharmacy left and reality slowly sunk in. It should say opportunity for advancement for the people who the manager likes. So much favoritism in renal it's sad! It's not about how well you do your job but what counts is who you are friends with. If you have your own opinion about things you are labeled as negative. We are in a clean room for 7 hours out of a day with minimal breaks not to mention they do not want you to talk unless you are one of managements favorite. People who express thier opinions to management get written up, so much for open door policy? You are definitely not allowed to be yourself at this company or at least in renal. I've seen pharmacist lie on people just to get them in trouble with management especially if they are having a bad day, misery loves company. I'd have to say my coworkers are what makes it worth getting out of bed in the morning to go to a place that does not care if you have no errors they will promote who they like even of the person has an error every month. They hire friends of friends, you don't even have to have any experience in pharmacy if you have a friend there you will be hired. Overworked and under appreciated is what you get when you come to pentec health. I know people need jobs and I'm grateful I have one but all I've seen in the last 2 years at this company I won't be here much longer. And don't get me started on how they treat the older techsmore... the people who have paved the way and helped this company become what it is today are often pushed out once they reach a certain age (smh). I hope the CEO reads this maybe something can be done to make things go back yo the great company that it once was.less
Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Boothwyn, PA – June 13, 2016
My work experience at Pentec Health. I get along WELL with my peers, Management team are young inexperienced individuals who haven't had proper training. They promote based on popularity and not fairness of seniority. They have no compassion for the veterans and they basically want you to work and DO NOT want any feedback or ideas. Never in my 20 years of working have I experienced this kind of work atmosphere.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Mansfield, MA – May 11, 2016
Horrible management of the mass pharmacy. Must be in with the boss to get recognition. Favoritism and unethical behavior abound. HR does not back employees, when issues arise. Manager/Director of pharmacy in the mass pharmacy is totally narcissistic and bi-polar. Very hostile environment. I wouldn't recommend anyone to work there or access thier services.
IV Prep Technician (Current Employee) – Boothwyn, PA – March 8, 2016
In the two years that I have been with the company it has expanded greatly. The workload is not overbearing but still keeps one busy throughout the day. Management is understanding of employees schedule and hold each employee accountable. I love the people but not to fond of some of the procedures which seem counter productive