Cencora Employee Reviews about "work life balance"
56% would recommend to a friend
(160 total reviews)
68% approve of CEO
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Updated Nov 28, 2023
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- "Good benefits and very accommodating" (in 298 reviews)
- "The pay was good and they were nice" (in 153 reviews)
- "Most of the people were great to work with and wanted to see the projects succeed." (in 112 reviews)
- "We care about our patients and have a good work/life balance." (in 50 reviews)
- "Work from home is the best part." (in 37 reviews)
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- 4.0May 31, 2012Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsHouston, TX
Great benefits and a sufficient amount of vacation hours. They feed you and sometimes there are rewards... sometimes. They are truly trying to understand their employees with surveys. They are trying to make the job a more stable and family, fun oriented place.
Management doesn't understand how to balance personal and work life. You work long hours and low pay. Somethings aren't kept confidential.1
- 5.0Mar 7, 2021Senior AssociateCurrent EmployeeWhitestown, IN
Benefits, team environment, caring management. Work life balance has gotten 100 times better over the past few months and DC is heading in the right direction.
Sometimes days can be longer due to staffing
- 4.0Jan 16, 2023Quality AnalystCurrent Employee, more than 3 years
Work life balance has always been at the forefront of any team I’ve worked with at AmerisourceBergen. Little to no micromanaging. Great benefits & performance incentives/bonuses.
No overtime in my department.1
- 2.0Oct 25, 2018Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsBrooks, KY
Job security, vacation time and option for stock purchase.
No work and life balance.2
- 3.0Nov 15, 2017Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, less than 1 yearChesterbrook, PA
Provide good benefits, upward mobility.
Lack of training opportunities available. Sexual discrimination and harassment is common in IT and reporting will get you laid off. Positions are not filled when vacated so other team members must pick up the slack which impacts work/life balance. Culture is not consistent across all teams/divisions.1
- 5.0Mar 17, 2017Tele-Health RNCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearFriona, TX
Great to work from home. No micromanaging and you don't have to get dress for work. Save money being able to work remote
None great place to work and food life and work balance. Everyone is helpful and there when you need assistance
- 4.0Jan 24, 2018Patient Access SpecialistCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearMonroeville, PA
I like working at AmerisourceBergen, specifically at LASH. I feel like I'm a trusted member of a team. I also feel like co-workers are willing to help when I have a question. We care about our patients and have a good work/life balance.
I guess it's true with many corporate settings, but there is not a lot of positive feedback. There are monthly personal audits and quarterly reviews that let you know how you're doing within the department, but there seems to be little room for career advancement.
- 3.0Jun 4, 2021Logistics SpecialistFormer Employee, more than 3 years
Opportunities to move up in the company Healthcare is great
Work life balance can be non existant depending on freight being behind or massive spikes in turnover. Bad middle management that sometimes disappears as they climb the corporate ladder. Low wage for anything other that management