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Nice place to work
Business Project Manager / Business Operations PMO (Former Employee) –  Chesterbrook, PA22 January 2018
Career advancement opportunities were usually lateral. The pay was average. Good bonus opportunities. They do respect work-life balance. Mostly a collaborative environment. Constantly reorganizing departments.
Pros
Good bonus opportunities
Cons
Lots of organizational restructuring
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Productive place to work
Patient Case Coordinator (Former Employee) –  Frisco, TX21 January 2018
No job security, you can be laid- off at any given time. And the company does not let you move to open positions within. You have to apply for open jobs like a new employee.
Pros
Always learning
Cons
No job security
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Productive
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) –  Kansas City, MO20 January 2018
It is productive, and enjoyable working area with different peoples from different backgrounds. Totally, it is awesome working at Amerisource Bergen Corporation.
Pros
Free lunches some times
Cons
Short breaks
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Great and simple job with many hours but very poor management
Night- Shift Associate (Former Employee) –  Whitestown, IN20 January 2018
If they were to put the manager and some supervisors in check it'd be a great work environment. Some days might be longer due to the production, but again very simple job.
Pros
Great diverse employment, healthcare, 401k, and so much more to offer
Cons
Management is horrendous
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For people who want a decent job and nothing more.
Warehouse Associate II (Former Employee) –  Morrisville, NC19 January 2018
AmerisourceBergen will pay your bills for as long as you wish to work for them. The company is stable, so the length of your employment is based solely on your willingness to show up to work and perform the bare minimums of what is required. There is incentive pay on top of hourly pay which gives you the opportunity to make well above what you are supposed to make, but only if you can maintain an elevated pace. After a few years an elevated pace wears on your joints. If you aspire to move up through the ranks from the entry level warehouse positions, your best bet is to be a friendly employee and an average performer. If you are a top performing warehouse associate, at every opportunity for advancement you will be overlooked almost as if you're too valuable at the entry level task for management to allow you to do anything else. As I previously stated, if all you want is a job that pays a decent wage that rewards you for high performance it is not a bad place to work. On the other hand if you wish to be in a supervisory or higher position within a reasonable amount of time, your best bet is to gain some experience elsewhere and if a position becomes available to apply externally if that is where you want to be..
Pros
Incentive pay, team spirit amongst employees, nice benefits
Cons
family time (night shift), physical wear and tear
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Sr. Nurse Manager (Former Employee) –  Frisco, TX18 January 2018
Very punitive culture. Sr. Directors were very harsh and unfair with poor sense of business. No training, but standards were strict. It was very difficult to thrive.
Pros
Pay and Benefits
Cons
Culture
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ok place
APS (Former Employee) –  Bethlehem, PA18 January 2018
It's not a bad place to work if you work anywhere but in aps. You need to have no life to work at this place. They work night shift so hard. Night shift would work almost 12 to 14 hour night while day shift 8 hours. Which is very unfair but they don't see amything wrong with it.
Pros
the pay
Cons
long hours
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fun work place
DevOps Engineer (Former Employee) –  Chesterbrook, PA17 January 2018
Very good place to work and people are polite at everyone. I will definitely prefer any one to work here. i don't want leave this place but my contract has ended that's the reason i'm leaving this place.
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a typical day at work
Program Support Specialist (Former Employee) –  San Bruno, CA17 January 2018
I was only there for a short time. The management was very nice and helpful, however some of the staff on the team I was on was very competitive which made it hard for me. There were staff members that became very jealous because I was a fast learner and when I learned how to do something I was very good at it, and they did not like that.
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Tough contract to accept
Benefits Verification Specialist (Former Employee) –  Fort Mill, SC16 January 2018
I knew what I was signing up for, however the location was a beautiful location a little short on encompassing culture but the people there tried to make you feel included.
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Reimbursement Counselor/copay analyst QA (Current Employee) –  Fort Mill, SC16 January 2018
Amerisource is not a place to work if you ever need to be hired on permanently they constantly hire a lot of individuals to work contract work. In all honesty it is seasonal work because they tend to only keep employees until the open enrollment season is over and then they start doing large lay offs, generally with no warning.
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Busy and productive
Computer Operator (Former Employee) –  Phoenix, AZ14 January 2018
Working for this company provided opportunity to learn new things and grow with company. Working with this team was fun and enjoyable on all shifts. Team members were very close and it was like a family.
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not a pleasant place to work
Reimbursement Counselor (Current Employee) –  Monroeville, PA14 January 2018
poor management, poor planning for anticipated increase in workflow.
no meetings to discuss changes which were constant.
individuals that needed to be supervised, weren't.
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unhappy place
Pharmacy Technician PRN (Former Employee) –  Nampa, ID13 January 2018
Managers don't care about employees. Bad morale. Not many people like their job. High turnover rate. Managers expect you to remember how to do a task after learning and doing it once. No grace period for new hires.
Pros
you have a job
Cons
can not take time off
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Fast paced, High anxiety
Associate (Former Employee) –  New York, NY13 January 2018
Typical corporate environment, excellent benefits, competitive salary.
Management is not very pleasant. Leaders are hard drivers, producers, and rivals at the same time. Organization emphasizes finishing work and getting things done. They have high expectations. Long term focus is on rival activities and reaching goals.
Pros
good benefits, competitive salary
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Very stressful, NO caring
anonymous (Former Employee) –  Orlando, FL13 January 2018
Management doesn't care for the people that work there, You don't have a life, they treat you worse than slavery they take your breaks away, they make you work more that 13 hours every day and they make you come in early after having a long shift. People are very unfriendly, co workers don't help at all, i'm wondering why to many hours of work they are overwhelming. the only thing they have good is the benefits, not a good place to work at all. Never seen a place like this one.
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Never work at this place
Picker/Packer (Former Employee) –  Edwardsville, KS12 January 2018
I work there for 4 years. Its was OK at first until they got bought out by another company. They work until the work is done, that could be over 12 hours. They call your breaks, if the the truck is late leaving your going to break late sometimes four to six hours till your last break. You have no life working for this company. I don't recommend this work environment to anyone. And yes they do show favoritism. If you have no life no family and you like a lot of overtime and bullcrap, this the job for you!
Pros
Pto
Cons
To much overtime
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Its a overall decent place to work/ Good Benefits
Patient Case Coordinator (Current Employee) –  Charlotte, NC11 January 2018
Overall Amerisource Bergen is a decent place to work. The only con to me is that they say that there is room for advancement but there is limited advancement positions open which leave you stuck in entry level positions. It doesn't matter how qualified you are.
Pros
Competitive wages
Cons
Lack of available jobs for advancement
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Associate Trainer (Former Employee) –  NC10 January 2018
This company had me fooled. I thought they were very diversified and employee driven. It was the opposite. My last mgr was very rude and unapproachable. She made promises she was unable to keep. She had no family and made rude comments about people that put children before there job.. I would never recommend working for this company.
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Subject Matter Expert and Verification Specialist (Current Employee) –  Frisco, TX9 January 2018
clock into computer, clock into phone, open up various databases, pull patients information, review record information perform necessary action to patients record.
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