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22 hrs ago

Director - National Accounts – new

AmerisourceBergen United States

include ensuring continual and proper compliance with all division, corporate, and government regulatory requirements. It is the associate’s… AmerisourceBergen


23 days ago

Asst Director, Payer Agency Service Accounts (Remote Position)

AmerisourceBergen New Jersey

Technical Skills and Expertise • Implement and deliver on various project types potentially including: • Brand planning engagements… AmerisourceBergen


22 hrs ago

Director - National Accounts – new

AmerisourceBergen

include ensuring continual and proper compliance with all division, corporate, and government regulatory requirements. It is the associate’s… AmerisourceBergen


23 days ago

Asst Director, Payer Agency Service Accounts (Remote Position)

AmerisourceBergen

Technical Skills and Expertise • Implement and deliver on various project types potentially including: • Brand planning engagements… AmerisourceBergen


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AmerisourceBergen President & CEO Steven Collis
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    Not bad, not good

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Columbus, OH
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Columbus, OH

    I worked at AmerisourceBergen full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Good benefits, relatively not stressful. Easy work. Lots of time off and paid holidays. People there can be welcoming if you stick around.

    Cons

    Most everyone in manufacturing dislikes working there. Low pay. Long hours. Messed up schedule. Very high turnover rate. Many unclear policies and instruction. The work is very boring.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay your people more. They make your business happen. Focus on quality, then numbers. More incentive for loyal/good employees. Listen to the obvious signs of the high turnover rates. Refine your policies and procedures so employees know in detail what you expect of them.

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