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I have been working at RxCrossroads full-time
The pay is very good, offers annual raises based on performance. Generally easy job where there is no micro managing, for the most part
AMATEUR managers and supervisors. You can tell the leadership team lacks the management experience. There is so much favoritism its not even funny, good luck getting an in house promotion without kissing someones butt. No formal training, sink or swim situation.
Advice to Management
pay attention to the feedback your associates give you
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at RxCrossroads (Louisville, KY) in November 2012.
Spent hours on the phone in interviews with HR recruiter (from Omnicare) and their hired IT consultant. Then spent hours onsite in face-to-face interviews with top brass. Then waited for three weeks with no word from them and I followed up with voice mail and email to them. Then finally got a call back from IT consultant with follow-up questions. They led me to believe I was a finalist for the position... "You'll be hearing from HR again soon." Well, you can guess what happened next... no communication from them for almost 2 months now. Once again, I attempted to follow up, but no response. Totally unprofessional in the process. Their IT consultant was rude, uninformed, and seemed to be at odds with the rest of the atmosphere. The Omnicare recruiter must have fallen off the face of the earth. Affirms my belief that "HR" doesn't stand for Human Resources, but Horrible Reputation. Senior executives in Louisville seem to be solid and would probably be good to work with, but all other aspects of the process were less than acceptable. I understand they eventually felt that I was not their choice, but to not communicate that is pathetic.
- I didn't really get odd questions... just asking me to explain my background and experience. The IT Consultant, however, seemed less interested in my answers than standing on his own soap-box. Answer Question
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