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Not a bad place to start a non-clinical medical career....but not a place to stay long term...

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Former Employee - Medical Billing Clerk in Clinton Township, MI
Former Employee - Medical Billing Clerk in Clinton Township, MI

I worked at McKesson

Doesn't Recommend
No opinion of CEO
Doesn't Recommend
No opinion of CEO

Pros

Flexible start hours in most departments, friendliness of employees, great place to start gaining experience; McKesson is great for an entry level person to go to.

Cons

HR staff cannot really answer all your questions, wonder why they have an HR rep.

Archaic computer system that has not been updated since who knows when.

No room for advancement up the chain or for a lateral move, as things are being restructured or outsourced.

The starting level pay is $2 lower per hour than the average entry level pay for medical billers and the amount of workload is not worth the money you are paid for it.

Some of the corporate policies go against real actual law that does exist and they have no plans to change their policies to reflect true law.

Too much micro-management w/in departments-meaning too many people trying to be your supervisor at one time and tell you what your duties are (too many hands in the same pot) making the job not get done w/in the appropriate time frame as mandated by governmental agencies.

Training needs to be revamped-need training manuals for departments and use people who actualy know how to train.

There was no raise given after 90 days like most other jobs. No formal evaluation either was given.

Advice to Management

Update your computer systems to be more efficient, the PC's at the employee's desks do not have enlough memory thus making the computers run real slow.

Address the micro-management issues so that people know what their duties are, who they should really report to, because almost every "coordinator" or "team lead" thinks they are a manager, which is not true.

Raise your entry level pay to retain employees. Paying them $2 under the average for the job makes the great employees with potential leave for other opportunites.

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  1. Helpful (2)

    McKesson's work environment is generally unprofessional.

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    • Career Opportunities
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    Current Employee - Finance Analyst in Dallas, TX
    Current Employee - Finance Analyst in Dallas, TX

    I have been working at McKesson

    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO
    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    Flexible scheduling is available. (Compressed work week, no fixed arrival time, etc.)
    Ability to work from home in some departments.

    Cons

    McKesson underpays by roughly twenty percent to its competitive markets.
    McKesson does not promote more qualified individuals, rather, only individuals that have been with the company the longest are promoted.
    McKesson promotes managers with no understanding of the business.
    McKesson promotes managers that do not have well developed people management skills.
    McKesson does not offer competitive health, retirement, or incentive benefits.
    Yearly raises are fixed at 2-3%, regardless of performance.

    Advice to Management

    McKesson needs to improve the quality of its human capital. Generally, there are a large number of employees without any formal higher education, leading to a lack of critical knowledge in many key financial areas.


  2. Hard Work, Supportive Peers, Great Trainers

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    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Human Resources Manager in Carrollton, TX
    Current Employee - Human Resources Manager in Carrollton, TX

    I have been working at McKesson

    Recommends
    Approves of CEO
    Recommends
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    Compensation, Benefits, Mission, Vision, Values

    Cons

    More emphasis on development of management skills for supervisors and managers. Emphasis on soft skills, crucial conversations, meeting management, individual development conversations so that they can rely less on HR and more on themselves.


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