Mission: Our employees all understand the responsibility we bear as we work together toward our common goal: to advance the health care system for better health for all. We look toward our ICARE shared principles as a unifying set of values to guide us in our mission. Our company-wide ...
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Proud to be identified as a Fortune 2018 World’s Most Admired Companies. Once again, McKesson ranks #1 in wholesale distributors in the Healthcare Industry. A big congratulations to our incredibly talented employees - we couldn’t have done this without you!
As the founder of a popular sewing night, Holly created a new tradition at Lewiston, Maine’s Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope and Healing. In doing so, she has made a difference for hundreds of patients in her community.
By growing organic vegetables, Jason and his fellow volunteers provide high-quality food to people in the Vancouver, British Columbia region who rely on their local food banks to make ends meet.
Through her volunteer service with Atlanta’s Ahimsa House, Carrie has provided a safe haven for both the human and animal victims of domestic violence.
You want to spend your career in a work environment of healthy collaboration, and enjoy leveraging your resources to develop solutions. You possess a high level of integrity and naturally embody the ability to lead, developing people and process improvements along the way. You are a strategic thinker, customer focused, and inspire excellence in others. You get the job
You want to spend your career in a work environment of healthy collaboration, and enjoy leveraging your resources to develop solutions. You possess a high level of integrity and naturally embody the ability to lead, developing people and process improvements along the way. You are a strategic thinker, customer focused, and inspire excellence in others. You get the job done, and expect those around you to do the same.
Does this sound like you? Explore why a corporate career with McKesson is the right job for you.
You are motivated by the fact that the work you do positively impacts others, and wake each morning ready to make a difference. You take pride in the job you do every day. You are driven to work until the job is complete, and thrive in an accountable and respectful team environment, focused on common goals and delivering results.
Does this sound like you? Explore why a job at one of McKesson’s Distribution or Call Centers is a good fit for you.
McKesson President and CEO John Hammergren on leadership and McKesson’s shared values:
“Whether you’re talking about a person or a company, leadership is about values. Values are the foundation for leadership, and the job of leadership is to create the conditions that allow strong values to thrive.
We lead by having the courage to make difficult decisions and by caring enough to do whatever it takes to help our customers succeed.
We lead by contributing to a supportive work environment where everyone feels connected and engaged, and where it is safe to confront facts, take risks, and try new idea
In the Community
Diversity & Inclusion: Leading the Next Evolution of Business, Talent and Culture
Diversity at McKesson is good for business, critical to our success and core to ICARE.
At McKesson, diversity is encoded in our Equal Opportunity Statement: McKesson is committed to the philosophy of equal opportunity employment and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, ancestry, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability, medical condition, marital status, veteran status, or other non-job-related criteria.
Business: Leverage diversity to create superior business solutions
McKesson’s commitment to diversity and inclusion reflects a deep understanding that diversity is good for business. Applying a diversity lens to our business strategy helps us identify opportunities to better serve our growing diverse customer base. Partnering with our Corporate Strategy and Business Development organization, which develops business strategy, and our Employee Resource Groups, which bring the cultural view, are critical for success.
We track the progress of our business opportunities in our Chairman’s Diversity Council, as well as reporting progress to our Board of Directors.
Influencing the Evolving Culture of McKesson through Employee Resource Groups
Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are not only a place to influence McKesson’s culture – they are also instrumental in enhancing members’ professional development and supporting business solutions.
Since the initial rollout of Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) in FY09, we have expanded to 13 chapters. Our goal is to expand the reach of our existing ERGs across McKesson by establishing national boards that establish the overarching strategy to be executed by the regional chapters.
Women’s ERG (OWN IT): Hosted event by author Helene Lerner, In Her Power - Reclaiming Your Authentic Self
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender ERG (OPEN):
African-American ERG (ASPIRE): AASPIRE has developed an ongoing campaign entitled “ASPIRE to Be a Brand New You” which focuses on professional developments skills for its members.
Military Employee Resource Group (MMRG): MMRG hosted Veterans Day celebrations across the company that included more than 300 employees and focused on creating awareness of the many efforts and initiatives MMRG has within the community both internally and externally.
Asian ERG (PAVE): PAVE held a celebration event that focused on introducing Asian cultures to the McKesson community.
Latino/Hispanic ERG (PALMa): PALMa successfully provided professional development programming to its members by exposing them to executive leadership through speed-mentoring activities, coffee chat open forums, and participating in mentoring programs. http://hispanicexecutive.com/2015/mckesson/
Today, as the inventory and transportation manager for U.S. Pharmaceutical’s Atlanta distribution center (DC), Carlos is still in the business of delivering essentials.
Now health system and retail pharmacies and other McKesson customers rely on Carlos and his team to make sure they receive critical medications and supplies.
“Failure is not an option in the military,” says Carlos. “Here at McKesson, we have the same mentality.”
Born in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Carlos attended the University of Puerto Rico, where he joined the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC). When he graduated, he was commissioned into the U.S. Army as a second lieutenant.
Carlos spent nine years of his service overseas, including deployments to Bosnia-Herzegovina and Afghanistan.
“As a leader, it was my job to get the best out of my team,” says Carlos. “I was successful in the military because the soldiers who worked for me did the best job they could.
“I relate to my team the same way I related to my soldiers,” he continues. “I build relationships. Because, at the end of the day, you want your people to go out and do the best they can — not because they have to but because they want to.”
The MMRG Connection
The McKesson Military Resource Group (MMRG) helps veterans network within the company. Carlos is the point of contact for the MMRG at the Atlanta distribution center.
“The MMRG helps vets connect and build relationships throughout the company,” says Carlos. The group also gets together outside of work to do community projects, such as fundraisers for the local VA hospitals or helping the homeless, many of whom are vets.
Veterans Make Great Employees
He says people who have served their country in the military typically have a good understanding of structure and discipline. They know how to show up, not just on time, but 10 minutes early. If they are told to do something, they complete the task the first time they are asked, because following orders is second nature.
“You also learn to work with a diverse group of people,” Carlos adds, “because the military is made up of people from every race, culture and ethnicity.”
Most of all, Carlos says, people with backgrounds in the armed forces understand how to pull together as a team.
“In the field, you can only be effective if the person on your left and the person on your right are both covering you,” he says.
As a leader, Carlos adds that the military “teaches you how to be in charge of people and work as a unit, even under adverse conditions. This kind of training makes any corporate job simpler.”
I have been working at McKesson full-time (More than a year)
great teamwork environment and plenty of opportunity to grow!
can be long hours but the mgrs. will take care of you
Advice to Management
great job at creating a fun culture!
I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at McKesson (Houston, TX) in May 2018.
I applied on January 25 and got an email on the 29th to schedule a phone interview with HR. Had phone interview on the 31st. Was asked specifically about contract experience with human subjects and asked questions about positions on my resume. I had a phone interview with the hiring manager on February 22. It was a good conversation and I felt at ease talking with her. I was told they were still taking in applications, but HR would be in contact either way. After about a month I was contacted to go in for an in-person interview with the other contract specialists and the legal counsel. Went in on April 5 and had a good conversation with the other specialists and the Counsel. Everyone was nice and were easy to talk to. After two weeks I had not heard anything so I sent an email to the hiring manager to follow up, and the next day I got an email from the recruiter asking for a writing sample. I submitted two samples. Two days later I got an email from the hiring manager telling me that I was in the final running with two other applicants and that executive leadership was reviewing our applications and that they would be in touch once a decision was reached. I got an email on May 4 telling me I was not selected. They said they enjoyed talking with me and learning about my experience and that I was a strong candidate, but they went with an attorney instead. Needless to say I was very disappointed. Not only did I not get the job, but I lost out to an attorney. It seems really unfair that and attorney can apply for paralegal/contract administrator type jobs, but paralegals/contract administrators can’t apply for attorney jobs. I’m really frustrated about that and this is not the first time I’ve lost out to an attorney. I’m a paralegal with a masters degree, but it’s like it doesn’t matter...so frustrating.