Clinical Support Specialist - Nurse Scheduler (Current Employee) – Plainview, NY – August 7, 2018
For the most part it was wonderfully smooth transition. They worked with me when I had pre planned days I needed off when I was initially hired and I am always able to get in contact with someone if I need anything. There was no uncertainty, they were clear with what the expectations where and I was able to make an informed decision
Contract pharmacist (Current Employee) – Wakefield, MA – March 19, 2018
GREAT ESTABLISHMENT TO WORK FOR will recommend it to anyone willing to work hard and contribute to the success of this establisment I will continue to work for this etablishment as a contact pharmacist on call....
Consultant Pharmacist (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – December 17, 2017
I had a great time working at Pharmaceutical Strategies. Great staff and work atmosphere. I truly enjoyed my time working for such a great company. My experience with Pharmaceutical Strategies was a gateway to other opportunities
I have learned a lot about a pharm. plant. The management is not that good. The hardest part of the job is working many hours and not having time to spend with family. I enjoy what I am doing. It is a great experience.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Mount Prospect, IL – September 27, 2016
All day long except for lunch and breaks, which they monitored like hawks, it was pretty much sitting at your cubicle and answering the phone. I would have to refill patients medications, as well as apologize to patients for other employees messing things up. They did not keep me since I needed time off because of my fathers untimely passing.
nice people to work with
management tried to make things up about me that makes me sound bad
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Stoneham, MA – April 29, 2016
My advice to any new employee: Before you accept any job offer through Pharmaceutical Strategies (or any other temp agency), make sure you DO YOUR RESEARCH on the company you'll be working for! Don't immediately accept the job because the hourly pay is good.
Go to Glassdoor.com or Indeed.com and read the employee reviews! Go on different websites, talk to former employees, and figure out what the employer's reputation is. Find out if the employee turnover rate is high, find out if managers are allowed to give references for former employees, find out how often they promote from within, etc.
I worked for Pharmaceutical Strategies at the Express Scripts in New Castle, Delaware (I was technically a Pharmaceutical Strategies employee, even though I worked at Express Scripts). The hiring process was simple. I went through a background check, drug test, vaccinations, and faxed in all the necessary documents to them. I also had to provide proof of employment for every place I worked at in the last several years. Nothing too complicated, I didn't have to climb a steep cliff or duel any knights in the hiring process. I never met anyone from Pharmaceutical Strategies in person. All communication happened through email, phone, and fax machine.
I was paid very well, considering I was only a Pharmacy Technician. I entered in my hours online and got paid every Thursday. I didn't receive PTO until I worked for a year, and I didn't receive benefits.
Working at Express Scripts was horrible, but Pharmaceutical Strategies was alright. The only real issues I had was when one paycheckmore... didn't go through, and when Pharmaceutical Strategies messed up my information on my W2. But those issues were resolved quickly.less
Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Stoneham, MA – January 11, 2016
I enjoy working for the company but I do not like that you receive absolutely no benefits from this place. You just get a paycheck. You cannot receive Paid Time Off until you work for the company for 1 year.