Cencora Employee Reviews about "pay"
56% would recommend to a friend
(486 total reviews)
68% approve of CEO
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Updated Nov 22, 2023
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- "great benefits and they are more focused on feeding you or hosting a catering party as a reward for performance." (in 288 reviews)
- "The pay was good and they were nice" (in 162 reviews)
- "Most of the people were great to work with and wanted to see the projects succeed." (in 102 reviews)
- "We care about our patients and have a good work/life balance." (in 52 reviews)
- "The peers were good, and I was able to work from home so had a lot of flexibility" (in 40 reviews)
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- 2.0Oct 13, 2022Nurse EducatorCurrent Employee, more than 1 year
Pharma has money- the pay is comparable to prior on-site positions with quarterly merit based bonuses available though that is now changing to a yearly bonus in 2023.
They are eliminating our position April 2023 & we were informed via a town hall Teams meeting with all attendee mics muted and the chat turned off. Of course just a week prior they implemented a transfer freeze until February. Honestly, it’s the most strategy I’ve seen at this company. They hired new employees a few months ago and since their position is being eliminated that means they won’t have worked there for a year so they are being told to reimburse the company for all RN licensing fees the company had paid for. This can be in the thousands!! On LinkedIn they admire themselves for having a Lean team. Really- there is not an inkling of process improvement for the nurse educator. It is ridiculous how we are told to document and set tasks for reimbursement employees and they are never addressed. Never! Until you add it to an Escalation log 7-10 days later, while the patient just waits and waits. There are too many areas for improvement to even start listing them. The pay is not worth it at this point & now they’ve implemented Calabrio that will monitor our every call and action. This place was bad before that- don’t offer suggestions because they aren’t listening. If “the client” wants a change in workflow it is implemented immediately with severe delays in updating job aids and SOPs leading to ongoing confusion amongst the nurses. This place treats nurses so poorly, we are heard and treated as though we don’t know what we are doing. They create the confusion! Then there is the weekly team meeting where they address some relevant material, but skip right over the true issues at hand. Do not expect to be acknowledged for how awesome you are- because you are. It takes expertise to handle and care for patients that are being provided subpar care due to lack of efficiency and tasks being completely ignored!5
- 1.0Jul 30, 2014Warehouse Associate IIFormer Employee, more than 1 yearKansas City, MO
The health care packages if your single with no kids
Too many hours Not enough employees Change your hours of employment at will. Started at 7-3:30, then 6-2:30, then 5-1:30. but never ever just work 8 hrs. a light day is 10 hrs. mostly 12-14 hrs. Now the force mandatory weekends. They fire you based on another employee word. Basically no way to advance. They pride themselves on running 'lean' Incentive pay makes everyone selfish and disrespectful All these 3 stars seem to be corporate, office or management.5
- 3.0Jun 10, 2015Anonymous EmployeeCurrent EmployeeValencia, CA
There's a system in place that not many companies have, Once you're in, you either make it or you quit, I Like that. People now a days are lazy and opportunistic. Looking for a way to just get a pay check and the less they do the better. Well..NOT HERE BUDDY! ! The best part of it all is that if you do decide to work your behind off, You get rewarded. Yeah raises aren't much to talk about, but incentive will definitely knock out any raise percentage on it's rear. Once the bad seeds are gone the crop will flourish. I HAVE NOT seen an eight hour shift since we lost certain people, but guess what, the corruption amongst employees it's not as strong as it once was. There's always something to do if you wanna complete your shift, but you can go home as you were told on your first interview, if the work is done you can go home. V T O.
The corruption from unhappy people and their stubbornness. Two faced individuals. Instigators. Basically people that are tired and afraid to move on or be replaced just trying to get by.7
- 2.0Sep 30, 2015Warehouse AssociateFormer Employee, more than 1 yearBirmingham, AL
This company has great benefits, some overtime, and an incentive program for extra income for every pay period. They also have a fairly decent amount of PTO available after your first 90 days.
The pay is very low for what you are doing and the importance of what you are doing. The incentive plan is nearly unattainable unless you are in certain departments, and the company has made it harder to get for all departments.5
- 3.0Jun 30, 2015Telehealth EducatorFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsPittsburgh, PA
Pay is competitive and quarterly bonuses are great! Remote is possible.
Bad leadership: managers are lacking skills that are essential to retain staff. Manager who have potential do not last very long due to unrealistic demands. The managers have several programs and work-life balance is non existence and the turnover is continuous and spills over to the staff. The company is desperate; i have never had such a negative experience in my career. The first 4.5 years were good even though we were unable to retain a manager. In my last position; one of the managers was new and within 7 to 8 months; 4 nurses left the company. I was disappointed; the workplace environment was toxic; management focused on what was wrong; very little recognition and respect for the nurses.5
- 4.0Aug 23, 2022Patient NavigatorFormer Employee
Steady hours, good benefit package options, but they sent HR out to Reed Group. This job is not tenable for the long term.
No room to promote, and doesn't promote well within unless you hold at minimum a bachelors. I watched an employee who numbers were 200%, five years and 100% attendance get passed for a customer service job. I've seen people with 11-15 years compete for low management positions. Pay increases are only annual and capped. It looks nice for entry work, but this job dead ends after 2 years.1
- 3.0Sep 26, 2016PickerFormer Employee, more than 1 yearRichmond, VA
Typical warehouse work; Average benefits; Co-workers are cool
Repetitive work; No real opportunity for growth; Pay is mehh; Rarely holidays off unless they fall on a off day
- 1.0Apr 1, 2019Benefits SpecialistFormer Employee, more than 1 yearFrisco, TX
Unlimited Overtime and decent benefits
Mandatory overtime 50+ hours a week. Management expects you to be a robot with less than a 1% error rate. No room to move up unless you become a slave doing your job and everyone else's with out fair compensation. Turnover rate is ridiculous. Training is a joke. Atmosphere is stressful and unwelcoming. Worst place to work ever. No matter how hard you work there is no reward just more duty and no pay.8