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Cardinal Health
Cardinal Health
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7000 Cardinal Place Dublin, OH 43017
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Warehouse Associate | Dixon, CA | Jul 5, 2022
Stressful environment with high favoritism
Everybody has that one friend or family member that you never see because they work long hours and are heavily involved with work. Welcome to Cardinal health care. This job demands you to work 12-14 shifts on your feet unless you work on the forklifts( the racks you don’t walk much at all). Don’t bother working as hard as you can, they will expect that from you from then on, and the supervisors who sit in the office filled with AC and play games on their phone when their not watching the cameras and micromanaging, will be the ones to tell you to work that hard. Favoritism is heavily recycled here and unless you are family with someone already in the warehouse, a lot of people will give you the cold shoulder. You don’t get breaks every two hours and it takes 5 mins to walk to the break room and you only get 10 mins for a break?? The main problem are these supervisors, they have no idea how to run a warehouse, if you have input, they will ridicule you. These supes work in a unit and are always in communication, if they don’t like you, they will do whatever possible, no matter how petty it may seem, to get you to quit. The work is tedious, it’s tiring mentally and physically, yet your numbers have to be better than the day before. OT is apparently your fault because we take “long breaks” there have been days we got out in 8-10 hours because our “leads” and “trainers” helped the warehouse pick orders and get out in a timely manner HOW ABOUT DOING THAT EVERY DAY?? Lazy, the overtu
Pharmacy Technician | East Hartford, CT | Sep 15, 2014
Avoid if you can
I was told in my interview that starting pay is $17/hr for Tech I in PET but that it would raise as soon as I got AU certified. I asked how long it takes to get AU certified and was told 6 weeks. Do not believe this. The course takes 6 weeks but it takes several months before you can take the course + six weeks + several months to receive the certification. Then you won't actually get promoted when you get certified. They will make you wait until you are on the site license, which takes another several months to apply for and another several months to wait for approval from the state. Then your supervisor will tell you he will promote you, but will not actually do it. You will get strung along. You will wait for your promotion to get announced but it won't happen. When you question him about it, he will tell you that AU certification is only one factor in promotion and it is discretionary based on the manager's assessment of things like "leadership ability". But your manager only sees you for anywhere from 5 min to an hour per day because you are a third shift employee (10pm start - when you get AU certified you will work opening for some amount of time) and he is a first shift employee (7am start and he stays in his office outside the lab a majority of the time). You will open the site by yourself unsupervised for two hours, then act as a shift lead, generally with the newest employee for another 3 hours, you will perform production, perform sterility, do your paperwork,
Warehouse Associate | Valencia, NM | Jul 15, 2014
Worst place to work ever!!
I been working for this company for the past six months ( Jan 2014- July 2014) and basically Cardinal is a company that does not care for their employees. In order to get this job you must accept overtime, however, I do not recommend it for part time associates. Here is why: My situation was that because I was a part time associate they require you to work overtime for everyday that you work. Unfortunately, if you live in the state of California, the law says that if you work over a period of 30 hours or more per week, the employer has to pay you full time benefits. I was working average of 32 hours per week and because of that, first they send me home for like month temporarily with no pay, no benefits and then two weeks later was fired. I was fired because they were forcing me to go full time and since I go to school to get better, they simply fire me because of that. Unfortunately, they don't explain it but you have no other choice if you want to work or not. Now you know it. :) The quality of the supervisors that they hire are completely a bunch of . One day, I ask the question to my supervisor when freshly started, if this is going to be a full time or part time position and my supervisor told me " if you don't like it, you can go next door", as soon as he said that, the guy was fired the very next day. The way I can describe the work environment its a completely messy. Sometimes our supervisors ask us to have orders ready in like 10 min or 15 min so. The order
ProsFriends, some nice people, may be good pay.
ConsPolitics, lack of respect, poor employee treatment.
Associate | Denver, CO | Jan 29, 2021
The Good, The Bad, and The Tiring
I started with the pharmaceutical location as an associate, a picker, before the pandemic hit and considering that they ship OTC and life-saving medications, we got hit very hard with panic-buyers. There will be either occasionally light (leaving on time), heavy (some overtime), or extremely heavy (too much overtime). Even 11 months after the beginning of the pandemic, there has been an incredibly high turn-over rate with workers. At first, they tried bringing in temp workers and it worked for a while until they were relieved of their duty because the number of totes sent out had slowed to a fairly normal amount for a short time. The workers who had been there and do the actual labor work knew it was a bad move, and it was. We got hit again and there have been more long nights with overtime over the past year than there are normal nights. Especially with being so-short handed so often. New workers will see how long our nights are and leave halfway through. Not the company's fault, of course. But unfortunate for those of us who have other jobs or attend school and cannot function properly due to exhaustion. One may think the overtime is better than no time, but once you hit 70+ hours for a single week, it gets tiring. This is the hardest part of the job and generally a typical day. Aside from the loss of sanity, the most enjoyable part of the job is being able to socialize with real people, being rewarded for working hard by management like receiving complimentary food, and e
ProsComplimentary food, good management, great benefits, enforced virus mandates, good work environment, better pay, position advancements
ConsToo much overtime, high-turnover rate, short-handed too often, little-to-no social distancing in warehouse, stressful work
Packer | Elgin, IL | Jul 9, 2019
Excessive Long Hours and High Expectations.
The job itself is okay. The benefits are great but the fact that you are working "until the job is done" is ridiculous. Work up to 12 and a half hours. The expectation to hit the high production numbers everyday every hour and continue to work almost 12 and half hours is exhausting. The work slows down after January but picks up quickly during July toward the winter. It has gotten to the point where in order to leave in 8 hours you have to the hit high production numbers. Despite hitting the numbers you are still criticized for cleaning up your station 15 minutes prior as this should be normal to do so. You are still expected to continue working until 6:30. Little to no AC and have seen employees pass out including almost myself due to the heat. This job is perfect for someone who is struggling financially that needs long hours and has nothing but bills to pay. If you have plans on going to school then you are out of luck as you have NO TIME to go to class nor time to eat dinner or do personal tasks. The pay and benefits are decent but due to the long hours and expectations aside from not having a personal life does not justify. There is no official training and learn most on your own. Not even the trainer can hit the expected production. How are new hires able to succeed when the Training/Trainer is not knowledgeable or able to hit the goals? I can recall 2 Supervisors being professional and concerning toward employees but the rest of the management has no knowledge in the f
Hadoop Developer | Dublin, OH | Nov 4, 2016
Sr Hadoop Developer
• Worked on analyzing Hadoop cluster and different big data analytic tools including Pig, Hbase database and Sqoop, Cassandra, zookeeper. • Evaluated business requirements and prepared detailed specifications that follow project guidelines required to develop written programs. • Responsible for building scalable distributed data solutions using Hadoop. • Analyzed large amounts of data sets to determine optimal way to aggregate and report on it using Map Reduce programs. • Implemented Map reduce programs to retrieve Top-K results from unstructured data set. • Migrating various hive UDF’s and queries into Spark SQL for faster requests as part of POC implementation. • Optimized Map Reduce Jobs to use HDFS efficiently by using various compression mechanisms. • Handled importing of data from various data sources, performed transformations using Hive, MapReduce, loaded data into HDFS and Extracted the data from HDFStoMYSQLusing Sqoop. • Exported the analyzed data to the relational databases using Sqoop for visualization and to generate reports for the BI team. • Developed fan-out workflow using flume for ingesting data from various data sources like Webservers, Rest API by using different sources and ingested data into Hadoop with HDFS sink. • Involved in migrating MongoDBversion 2.4 to 2.6 and implementing new security features and designing more efficient groups. • Installed and configured Cassandra and good knowledge about Cassandra architecture, read, write paths and
Production Technician | Fort Lauderdale, FL | Mar 5, 2013
The most evil company and managers I have ever encountered.
We worked a constant night shift starting as early as 9 pm for years. 12 to 14 hour shifts every night, Mon through Friday, plus 6-10 hours on the weekend were the norm. The company is too cheap to buy good equipment and too cheap to maintain it. So it was an every night occurrence to deal with several serious failures that threatened production. Technicians were expected to fix complex equipment on the spot even though it wasn't their responsibility. Production is extremely fast-paced with no slack time included in the schedule to deal with contingencies. Expect to be on your feet and constantly moving the entire shift. You may not even have time to eat during some shifts. Try working 12 hours without eating! Despite the enormous workload, you have also have an enormous amount of paperwork to fill out to document the production process which you're expected to fill out as you work. Equipment which should have been repaired immediately was not. As a result, techs frequently had to handle extremely radioactive stuff which caused enormous unnecessary radiation exposure to us. SOPs were often vague, contradicted other SOPs, or were impossible to follow. Managers nonetheless threatened and sometimes did fire technicians for not following SOPs. Unqualified people were promoted to managerial roles based on personal politics. Chief "engineer" was an ex-military mechanic who never graduated from college and didn't like college graduates. Hence he hired mainly unqualified, uneducated
Prosthey do give you 3 weeks of vacation, most of the techs are excellent, teamwork is as good as the military
Retail Sales Associate II | Salt Lake City, UT | Dec 28, 2018
Fast paced environment for workaholics
When they first hire you they’ll tell you the shift goes from 12:30 to 9:00 but in two years I think I’ve only gotten off at/or before 9:00 about 5 times. Morning shift works about 40-42 hours a week while nights works between 50-62 hours a week all of which is mandatory. Most new people don’t last longer than a month due to the workload, we have now gone through about 45 new guys in about 4 years in our shift alone, 26 of which were in the last 2 years. Mind you that might not seem like a lot but considering our shift is only made of 8 people (currently at 5 because of shortages of workers). They are currently limping on temporary work agency workers but we get about two or three new ones every other week, we might be in our 15th temp as of now. Management is clueless, and it’s made up mostly of old college and work buddies show brought each other on, our HR and manager are family as are our Ops supervisor and day shift supervisor who are brother/sister so nepotism is big here at this facility. Benefits are solid as are the PTO (if you can get it approved) you get 21 days of it but most on nights have to ‘give up’ about 3-5 days due to lack of personal, which is lost since the company has a “use it or lose” it policy. Checks are pretty good after 115+hrs EVERY pay period, but most of the time the company that does payroll “assumes” you will only work 80~ hrs so your check will be short about 20-30 hours which don’t get paid until the NEXT check and so on for the next check a
ProsPTO, paid sick time, weekends off
ConsLong forced hours, short staffed, poor management
Technical Supervisor | Guaynabo, PR | Nov 1, 2015
Technical Service Supervisor
Working for the technical service department of the laboratory division is very challenging and every day is unpredictable. At our department, we service over 350 laboratory equipment, in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, at hospitals and community labs. Those equipments need to be operating at the highest standards because based on the results they provide, patient treatment will be diagnose. Every day we need to think that a life depends on the results of our equipments. Every day services are dispatched by a Call Center or Customer Service department, services are sent to us via email or telephone call. Depending on the type of equipment the service is assigned to one of the Field Service Engineers ( FSE) or Specialist. They assigned FSE or Specialist contact the customer to perform troubleshooting by phone and determine if a part needs to be replaced. If parts are required they can borrow it from their trunk inventory or requested to Cardinal Health's warehouse. Once the FSE or Specialist has everything to perform the service they travel to repair the equipment. Service schedule, parts inventory, invoicing of services are managed in the Service Ledger application. As a manager I have to prepare service scheduling, prepare parts orders, parts forecast, prepare requisition PO, service quotations, service invoicing, coordinate service with contractors, meetings with customers when a new equipment will be installed, project management. data entry of service jobs,
Pharmacy Assistant | Seattle, WA | Apr 20, 2020
Rewarding Job ..But Definite Office Politics
The position was rewarding. Definite sense of doing good for my health care community. Management was often unresponsive to any suggestions or concerns. I learned to not expect any outcome from communicating (either verbally or in writing) my concerns because, many times, I could not even obtain an acknowledgment from management. I tried my best to fill any gaps in scheduling and consistently worked around the clock without complaint, taking last minute shifts that were left uncovered. I only relinquished my position at Cardinal when more and more work started being outsourced (taking away hours from dedicated employees, but not effecting higher up employees at all) and a cut in our pay was being implemented which would hit the lowest paid employees by 20%- 50% decrease for on call pay (again only effecting the lowest paid positions in the company). At this point everyone was left feeling unappreciated and the reality of corporate and management having our backs flew out the window. As a person who sees the importance of teamwork, I take bullying very seriously. When I experienced bullying in the workplace, and it started interfering in the output of my work, I immediately went to management. I again received no response what so ever from management. Only after making my complaint I learned another employee was also being harassed by the same individual. During my last week of employment I knew I made the right decision when I walked into work and seen the most appalling pict
ProsRewarding position that helps many in our community
Consuncommunicative management, outsourcing more and more work, lowering pay without warning
Office Politics and wanting to tip the bottle one more time.
The compensation as well as work/life balance are great at this company and even as a full time employee, your job is fairly safe. Advancement is difficult to come by unless you really, really "network" and by network I mean suck up to a lot of people. The culture of the company is to bring in a lot of contractors and then pile a lot of work on them since they are contractors, need the work and fear being let go. For full time employees, it seems like if you're lucky enough to be hired on they just 'make you look for other jobs' as you just can't believe your eyes when you realize what you've gotten yourself into. Perhaps this is just corporate America for you but the politics are terrible. How this company is still running is beyond me. To get anything done there are miles of red tape, intertwined as if wrapped around a mile long maypole. The only way I've found to get anything accomplished is to just do it and pray for forgiveness later. Perhaps other areas in the company are better but where I am would make your head spin. My typical day consists of being told to do something but not given the information or tools needed to do what I'm told which ends in them threatening to write me up or that I need to work on my communication skills. This goes all the way up the chain as far as I can see. I'm micromanaged to the point of exhaustion and to where the daily activities I do perform are made more difficult every day. My co-workers are really pretty nice. Everyone gets al
Prosgreat benefits, plenty of pto and time to spend with your family.
Consgood luck getting promoted. depends if you like micromanaged.

Questions And Answers about Cardinal Health

What is the best part of working at Cardinal Health?
Asked Nov 28, 2019
Answered Jun 29, 2022
The company incentives and work pace
Answered Jun 29, 2022
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Cardinal Health a better place to work?
Asked Oct 31, 2016
Management is horrible in Chandler arizona. They fire you if you get sick for 2 days. It's really bad there. They overwork you and you'll never ever go home on time.
Answered May 14, 2022
I've been working for Cardinal Health in Fife, Washington for the last 5 months. Most people I work with are very supportive and helpful. Somehow, I feel the management team could learn more professional management skills and social skills. They often talk to people in disrespectful ways, just like they talk to children. It's very unprofessional. That could be one of those reasons they can't retain people. I'm also ready to walk away.
Answered Mar 17, 2022
How are the working hours at Cardinal Health?
Asked Jun 28, 2016
Train staff on How to supervise and maintain substantial manpower. Also train staff on How to manage production and workers better in a professional manner. Respect is everything. If you take care of your employees, your employees will take care of you. Revamp your work schedule and hours so you can support your workers. Single workers. Workers with children, families and significant others. Business is priority. However your workers and their families should be priority as well. Supervisors should supervise and be assured that they don’t stoop below the level that’s expected of a leader or supervisor. Run 3- shift with hospital hours. 6-2, 2-10, 10-6 or 7-3, 3-11, 11-7. Hours that human employees work. Your workers or not machines. Or you can schedule 10- hour shift where essential workers hours could overlap into the next shift. You have to be proactive and use common sense. Think outside of the box. Safety First!
Answered Dec 8, 2020
Answered Jun 30, 2020
What would you suggest Cardinal Health management do to prevent others from leaving?
Asked Mar 21, 2017
If the top people at Cardinal Health can't see what is going on, maybe they should be replaced.
Answered Jul 26, 2020
Cardinal needs to have a differantal pay for the people that come in to or drive at 12:00 am to 6:00 am. A person sleep patron is all messed up.
Answered Jul 26, 2020
Why did you leave your job at Cardinal Health?
Asked Mar 21, 2017
The manager an the associate manager don't have the balls to stop or care to stop the harassment that goes on. All they worry about is getting there does out. They lose a lot of good people.
Answered Mar 31, 2020
I thought Cardinal was a great place to work, and maybe it is in most parts of the country, but the Chattanooga, TN office is a joke. Management is horrible. Never there when you need them. They have pets throughout and those people do not have to work half as hard as the "regular" employees. They will keep you late, or call you in early even though someone else is on call. Constant gossip and horseplay is allowed for pets only. We literally had 4 pharmacists change while I was there for 1 year 5 months. This is why Chattanooga has such a high turnover rate, management is horrible to work for.
Answered Nov 27, 2019