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54 English questions out of 54

May 28, 2019

What is paid time off like at CoverMyMeds?

Pros

- Great benefits including flexible PTO, lunch provided daily, healthcare, dental and vision at no cost to employee - Lots of opportunity for internal growth - Flexible working conditions and super fun office environment - Very philanthropic - Merit increases are generous - Truly values its employees

Cons

- Limited opportunities in Cleveland office as majority of roles are focused in Columbus - Pay is a bit lower because benefits mentioned above are factored into compensation - That's it. This place is awesome!

Great benefits including flexible PTO, lunch provided daily, healthcare, dental and vision at no cost to employee

May 28, 2019

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September 14, 2020

Does CoverMyMeds offer relocation assistance?

Pros

-The people are amazing and the best people I've ever worked with in my whole career. - Your leader invests in and and helps with your growth and development plan to help better your career. - Countless opportunities for growth! - Great benefit package - Great work/life balance

Cons

Actual pay could be a bit higher compared to industry averages.

Great benefit package

September 14, 2020

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November 7, 2019

Does CoverMyMeds offer massages?

Pros

Work life balance, growing company, amazing benefits (free breakfast and lunch every day, beer on tap) and overall very collaborative environment

Cons

Growing very quickly and at times need to regroup and reprioritize to make sure everyone is aligned on strategies

Work life balance, growing company, amazing benefits (free breakfast and lunch every day, beer on tap) and overall very collaborative environment

November 7, 2019

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May 28, 2019

Does CoverMyMeds offer dental insurance?

Pros

- Great benefits including flexible PTO, lunch provided daily, healthcare, dental and vision at no cost to employee - Lots of opportunity for internal growth - Flexible working conditions and super fun office environment - Very philanthropic - Merit increases are generous - Truly values its employees

Cons

- Limited opportunities in Cleveland office as majority of roles are focused in Columbus - Pay is a bit lower because benefits mentioned above are factored into compensation - That's it. This place is awesome!

Great benefits including flexible PTO, lunch provided daily, healthcare, dental and vision at no cost to employee

May 28, 2019

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February 26, 2021

Does CoverMyMeds offer family leave?

Pros

First thing first, this is still a great company to work for when compared to other companies. Benefits are good (free lunch when in office, no insurance premium, and 12 week paid maternity leave, 4 weeks for dads). Workday is flexible and is a true 8 hour day. You can log in, work, and log out. They also hire pretty great people and I’ve met some of my closest friends while being employed at the company. Company has also provided a $250 work from home budget that we could use to expense items that “improved” our work from home experience (did not include lunch).

Cons

While it is still a good company, no company is perfect. After working for the company for over 3 years, I’ve been able to witness many things that have transpired. As an AC in patient services, the workload has dramatically increased with the growth of the company which at times is exhausting. The flexible PTO is only flexible to a point. You get 15 days and anything after will need to be approved by a manager. Since working from home due to the pandemic, we no longer receive the perk of daily lunch. Mckesson is our parent company and it is clear that since the acquisition, they have made an effort to streamline positions within CoverMyMeds and consolidate where possible. I believe that this has directly affected our workload as the company is not backfilling. The company is rather pulling employees from RxC (also owned by McKesson) who assist in a limited function within our queue. I am exhausted by the workload that I have now compared to even a year ago and definitely compared to when I first started. Its is also very hard to get a position outside of support (patient services, network services). There have been few positions that have opened while everyone has been working from home and when positions do open, there is typically only 1 position available making it extremely competitive. Once you get hired as an AC, you either have to move into a case manager position (also over worked and less flexible) or move into a leadership position. If neither of those areas fit you then you’ll have a hard time attaining a position that fits you within the company.

Advice to Management

My overall feeling is that the company has declined since being acquired by McKesson. We had a great ride in the beginning but now it’s becoming a regular company. The workload is becoming too much, please start backfilling and hiring more AC’s rather than replacing people with RxC. The work that RxC does is not the same quality as what we do as AC’s. Yes workflow is the same but their quality lacks. Please consider increasing compensation as we no longer receive lunch. You are loosing your competitive advantage of having great people. People can only do this for so long before needing to move on. Also, please provide paths for employment to other areas of the company outside of support. Stretch projects are great but typically do not lead to a job offer in that business unit. It would be nice if stretch projects actually lead to being able to work in the business unit that the stretch was done in.

Benefits are good (free lunch when in office, no insurance premium, and 12 week paid maternity leave, 4 weeks for dads).

February 26, 2021

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