McKesson Information Solutions

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McKesson Information Solutions President John H. Hammergren
John H. Hammergren
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    Not the worst but could use some improvement

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Manager  in  Alpharetta, GA
    Current Employee - Manager in Alpharetta, GA

    I have been working at McKesson Information Solutions full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    • Each business unit within the company goes by its own rules so a review of the company as a whole would not be very beneficial. I worked for the Managed Services Organization.
    • Good Benefits overall; decent PTO offering and excellent tuition reimbursement program
    • Good training and advancement potential but your results may differ as it varies greatly by business unit
    • Excellent severance package - but if business run correctly should not have been necessary

    Cons

    • 4 rounds of layoffs over the past 12 months - very diminished morale and stress for remaining employees
    • A lot of silos, poor cross business unit collaboration
    • Questionable promotion decisions. During my time saw a lot of people get promoted "by default" and are the ones who generally were not the most qualified or best choice - but is this any different in any other company?
    • Constant organizational changes – again in my view this is occasionally necessary but as frequently as is done shows that earlier decisions not well vetted out.
    • For most managers performance management is a formality with no true meaning - goes back to many of the people promoted should never have been and those that are need formal training on leadership principles.
    • Use of most recent technology and processes is lagging a bit but not as much as in some other companies I have seen
    • Talent acquisition process is poor especially for internal applicants
    • Used to have pretty good work-from-home philosophy but more recent leadership is reversing that trend (which is the wrong direction)

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Improve on promoting the right people for the right role. The ones who can spout the most BS get promoted leaving the real workers discouraged. Make sure those promoted receive appropriate training in leadership.

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