- Columbus, OH
- 1001 to 5000 Employees
- 4 Locations
- Type: Subsidiary or Business Segment
- Founded in 2008
- Revenue: $100 to $500 million (USD)
- Health Care Services & Hospitals
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What is it called when someone or people work around, avoid and make it impossible to do your job? I’m learning a new position and of all people the nurse supervisors are being super unprofessional by avoiding work with me and go straight to senior staff
Do you have a workday ritual? What does starting your day look like? For me, my day doesn't go quite as well unless I have time for my morning organization and room checks. I setup each room for the next patient. I pickup and put away any extra supplies...cluttered rooms/desks bother me.
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- By being under McKesson, a huge global company, CoverMyMeds has financial stability and provides job security that many other Columbus based companies do not. Especially in this market. - Great opportunity for growth. Stretch programs and specialization tracks can get you experience/skills to move into a role/department you are interested in. There is also the opportunity to work within other parts of McKesson which is pretty cool. - Awesome company culture! No we are not a start-up anymore, but in my opinion, CoverMyMeds still has a start up feel even though we are under a huge corporation now. -Flexible work from home policy -The work you are doing is making a direct impact on bettering the lives of people/patients. It is not just mindless work you are doing. I love ending the day knowing that everything I am doing is making a difference.
- I will say that since being acquired by McKesson, more corporate policies have moved in, hence changing the culture a bit from when we were a start-up. This has definitely been a bummer to see as someone who has been here for years. Many people who have been here for a while are not happy about these changes, which is understandable. This is going to happen in any acquisition from a big company though, so take this with a grain of salt. If you are wanting everything associated with a true start-up, this may not be the place for you, and there are plenty in the Columbus area.
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I applied through an employee referral I interviewed at CoverMyMeds (United States) in May 2023
InterviewThe process was fairly straightforward for this role — a call with a recruiter, a hiring manager interview, and a panel interview. All rounds were mostly behavioral in nature, with questions around my management experience. The team members I met with were friendly and it seemed like it went well. After the panel round, I didn’t hear back for almost 3 weeks. I tried following up multiple times. When they responded, they mentioned that they decided to extend an offer to another candidate who was a former colleague.Interview
Mostly behavioral, around my management experience.Answer Question
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CoverMyMeds Awards & Accolades
- 100 Best Places to Work: Employees’ Choice - Top Large, Glassdoor, 2021
- Best Workplaces in Health Care, FORTUNE, 2021
- 100 Best Companies to Work For, Fortune, 2020
- People 50 Companies That Care, PEOPLE Magazine, 2020
- 75 Best Large Workplaces for Women, Fortune, 2020
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...Good benefits as well as access to good employee discounts, work from home worked well for most roles that were changed after the pandemic...
September 25, 2023
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Overall, 42% of employees would recommend working at CoverMyMeds to a friend. This is based on 870 anonymously submitted reviews on Glassdoor.
65% of job seekers rate their interview experience at CoverMyMeds as positive. Candidates give an average difficulty score of 3.2 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty) for their job interview at CoverMyMeds.
36% of employees think that CoverMyMeds has a positive business outlook. This is based on anonymous employee reviews submitted on Glassdoor.