- Current Intern, less than 1 year★★★★★
One of the Best Internship ProgramsJul 19, 2019 - Intern - Hourly in Dublin, OHRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
The culture of the company is what makes people stay at Cardinal Health. The dress code is relaxed for a Fortune 16 corporate environment and the people are amazing. Everyone I've met has been really nice and willing to help in any way possible. Everyone here wants you to succeed in whatever you choose to do. There is no pressure to stay in the job you come into. You are free to explore other areas of the company as you please. During my internship here, I did work that was relevant to the company and all the work I did is being used. There weren't any duties that made me feel like it was "busy work." The whole internship was worthwhile.
One downside of Cardinal Health is that there is a huge amount of employee turnover. People move from job to job really fast (usually around 2-5 years before they switch to a different role).
Other Employee Reviews
- Current Employee, more than 5 years★★★★★
Great companyFeb 28, 2023 - Account Manger in New York, NYRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Solid company, good benefits, very focused on diversity and inclusion
Large corporation tough to get things moving
- Former Employee, more than 8 years★★★★★
Work Experience Varies by DivisionFeb 28, 2023 - Demand Planner in Columbus, OHRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
CSS: inclusivity, empathy, people development, career development assistance, process and efficiency driven, excellent benefits, PTO accrues rapidly, Bravos, Good place for the ambitious. Manufacturing and Inventory: excellent benefits, PTO accrues rapidly, Bravos
CSS: Long hours, generally the brunt of unhappy customers, high stress environment for sales to perform, fall-out from supply chain misses, can have long hours with little work life balance Manufacturing and Inventory: None of these: inclusivity, empathy, people development, career development assistance, process and efficiency driven, plus micromanagement, no structure, no training, no clear direction, no contextual support on any processes, TOXIC ENVIRONMENT where managers discuss co-workers in front of their peers and when you ask a question there are audible sighs from the SME. No work life balance - meetings scheduled outside of core hours / outside of business hours for west coast based personnel,Continue reading