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13 days ago

Field & Infusion Nurse

AmerisourceBergen Sorel

This role provides specialized infusion/injection therapies and nursing services to oncology, auto-immune and rare disease patients in outpatient… AmerisourceBergen

23 days ago

Warehouse Associate I, Nights PART TIME

AmerisourceBergen Kent, WA +3 locations

• If a fully automated PkMS enabled environment must be able to utilize the functions of the warehouse management system in order to perform daily… AmerisourceBergen

30+ days ago

Bilingual Nurse Case Manager (RN)

AmerisourceBergen Burlington

· Provide medical support to patients and health care providers, including but not limited to education on specific diseases and therapies and… AmerisourceBergen

29 days ago

Service Manager

AmerisourceBergen Frisco, TX

Under general supervision of the Director, Data Exchange Services, the Data Exchange Service (EDI) Manager is responsible for services defined in the… AmerisourceBergen

30+ days ago

Customer CARE Rep II (Shift will start at 9am or 10am)

AmerisourceBergen Richardson, TX

• Assists with customer problems such as missed shipments, price adjustments and backorders; continually strives for prompt resolution… AmerisourceBergen

30+ days ago

Engineer III - Product Quality Assurance

AmerisourceBergen Buffalo Grove, IL

Under general direction of the Director – Product Quality Assurance Engineer III is responsible for testing software solutions that interface with… AmerisourceBergen

20 days ago

Accounts Payable Clerk II

AmerisourceBergen Thorofare, NJ

• Takes phone calls and responds to any questions from departments or vendors as it relates to invoice payments. • Maintains frequent contact with… AmerisourceBergen

30+ days ago

Administrator III - Systems

AmerisourceBergen Chesterbrook, PA

1. Provide Level III support for Microsoft Windows Server Operating Systems 2. Recommend and implement a security process for server resources… AmerisourceBergen

30+ days ago

CDL Driver

AmerisourceBergen Harleysville, PA

• of deliveries for maximum efficiency. • Load vehicle so merchandise is evenly balanced; place merchandise in vehicle so that it… AmerisourceBergen

30+ days ago

Senior Financial Auditor

AmerisourceBergen Chesterbrook, PA

• Assists in determining records or activities to analyze the extent of tests to apply and appropriate paperwork to prepare. • Recommends the… AmerisourceBergen

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    Horrendous treatment of warehouse employees and outright bullying by supervisors

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Brooks, KY (US)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Brooks, KY (US)

    I have been working at AmerisourceBergen (more than 3 years)


    the pay is good. the time time off is excellent. and people will always need drugs so this company is just going to get bigger and bigger, so job security is a plus.


    ( I would give negative stars if I could!)

    You will need all 4 weeks of the time off in order to recuperate from the long hours ( 10 - 13 hr days if you work 8 hour shifts and 12 -14.5 hours if you are on the 4 day a week 10 hour shift) and mental exhaustion you will experience here. you will see explicit favoritism and may be bullied in front of your coworkers by supervisors. your HIPPA rights are violated by supervisors telling your medical issues to your coworkers when you miss work and HR will take the supervisors side against you. You can be falling down with fever and supervisors will walk past and ask "are we having fun yet?" even when it is obvious that you are extremely unwell. Your coworkers will be the ones to watch to make sure you dont collapse even after they have reported to a supervisor that you are very sick. Then when the you can no longer stand and you DO collapse your coworkers will carry you out of the warehouse. You will not be safe to drive home but you just hope you make it.

    When they add more and more work you will suffer exhaustion and sleep depravity. likely to have accidents or make errors and since this is a pharmaceutical warehouse you have to make 99.97% accuracy.... We were told that fatigue was "NO EXCUSE FOR ERRORS!" ( Unless your supervisor likes you ALOT *wink, wink* , then you can make all you like and you will never be written up) There was a man that had a heart attack when i was there but didnt want to leave to go to the hospital because he didnt want to get points on hos attendence (It was MONDAY!! 5Thats POINTS!) there was another man taken out of there on two different occasions from exhaustion ( he typically worked 60 hours per week) a lady had a head-on collision after several 14 hour days and she had told people she was feeling unsafe to drive.

    you will be screwed out of almost every can work longer hours and the work load will double and they will still say you didnt make the projectated goals... goals set so high they know you wont make them. and then they will tell you that its isnt your fault...the goals were over estimated , that clients who said they were going to sign decided not to and other clients left the company. so it wasnt your fault, ( and it wasnt, there was NOTHING you could have done to in anyway make a difference in this)---but they still arent giving you your bonus.

    This is a pharmacutical warehouse and your day is not over until the last box is on the last truck. do not think you have a "quitting time". you will stay until they allow you to leave so you best have a babysitter that lives with you.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Appreciate people who work hard for you and show up everyday for years without ever calling in. when they are ill and have to call in on a monday issue points on a case to case basis. NOT an automatic 5 points for a monday call in--if someone has never called in in 3, 4 or 5 years then realize that they MUST BE SICK! Ive worked WITH A DRS NOTE saying not to work because i went to the dr at 4 pm on a sunday but i would still have gotten 5 points if i called in even with that note. . RECOGNIZE if someone calls in 24 hours in advance its likely they did it because they know they dont want to come in on a monday ( mondays suck and people know it and they know if they call 24 hours in advance they are off the hook. notice those that repeatedly abuse the system rather than punishing those that cant avoid missing work on a monday once in 3 years!) MOST of the time you arent going to know 24 hrs in advance if you will feel better by 9:30 am or your condition may worsen during the night...and you cant predict getting food poisoning on sunday night and who are you going to call on a sunday morning anyway?

    Heres a suggestion for you: When you have made $100 BILLION dollars in revenue dont give your employees a cake with that on it the same day you tell them they arent getting their bonus AGAINNNNN!! It shows exactly how little you care about the people working 14 hour shifts for you....also dont tell them that that you bought them pizza to celebrate but limit it to 2 slices and give them a cookie THAT YOU MAKE THEM SIGN FOR!!! (Who keeps a cookie manifest? you cheap bastards!) I would give you a negative star on this site if I could!!

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