"I have worked with McKesson for about a year and a half now and the company has a great vision but limits their employees growth and potential. The people you work will be some of the best you could think of but the value Mckesson has for their employees is low."
"Easily the worst place I've worked in my entire career. Systems are terrible, culture is broken, and senior management is racist. This is in an environment in which the average salary was >$100,000. I can't even imagine what average employees go through. Avoid this place like the plague."
"I work for McKesson for two years, love working for the company. I used to work in the La Vergne, TN distribution center, I hated it. The fact is all the managers there are racist, especially the operation manager. Instead of him solving problems he helped to create them. Like one incident where they fired a supervisor because they claim that he was having an affair with the employee which they had no proof of that except some phone calls between them. But it was ok for his boss to be dating one of his employees, people seen them outside of the job even at the company Christmas party together, what kind of example is that. The issue was that he cares about his employees and the well being. He did not like the job anymore so he was leaving and they did not like that. And come to find out they block him from getting the job at another facility. Also employee (white) comes to work drunk, fails a drug test and still has a job. I thought McKesson was a drug and alcohol free work place. Please someone need to do on investigation in the La Vergne facility."
"I've worked a 6 month IT consulting stint at McKesson. The company gives you all the tools to succeed but has an issues with employees not documenting their job as a form of 'job security'. It's a large company so I don't know if it's a widespread problem. As a consultant it's difficult getting things done when you have spent most of your time just gathering information."
"McKesson Corporation was an interesting company to work for. I was working for MED3000 but McKesson bought them out in December 2014. We were a third party billing company for many different states in the U.S. I worked for them over 2 years and would have still been there if the company we were doing the billing for renewed their contract. McKesson Corporation is located in a lot of states and employs a multitude of people."
"I have been an Instructional Designer with McKesson for six years - three as a contractor and three as an employee. My team has been great to work with and the management have been helpful and informative. Unfortunately, over the past three years, my department has been reorganized three times and while the company at large (McKesson, Corp) is doing very well, my division is on the verge of being eliminated."
"Well as a consultant you are treated like an outsider. I was astonished; after sticking it out in here to see this project to term with a successful program and Autonomy deployment under budget with only a 3% variation on requirements. While I witnessed many employees come and go on the project. Dedication and success had little meaning to McKesson making no attempt to offer any assistance or recognition as a former consultant that they did nothing and refused to be of any assistance."
"I've worked as a part time employee for 1.5 years and have learned many great things. However, it sometimes feels like a large company. That can be hard when I am looking to make a change, I must go through layers and layers of management to really get anything done sometimes."
"Concerned only about the money! Patient safety doesn't matter as long as the insurance companies are seeing lots of self care instead of being seen."
"I have worked at McKesson since 2010 and found it to be a good company. I would still recommend others to McKesson."
"This is close by to the campus. Health care is a noble job. Great application of .NET."
"McKesson is a very successful company but is stuck in the 20th century when it comes to marketing. Very hierarchical and conservative with not a lot of folks who have a strong marketing skill set. Lots of cubicles. Can't wear jeans. Mostly older, white men in charge. I wouldn't choose to work there full time."
"McKesson is a great place to gain experience. They offer a variety of different career paths along with the intricacy of navigating the politics in the big corporate of America."
"The political landscape at Mckesson is difficult at best. Depending on which department or BU you are working in, you will be treated differently and compensated differently. The organization as a whole is process oriented."
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