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Anonymous shared this review of McKesson, United States on Nov 29th, 2019
"Decent maternity leave - 6 weeks STD followed by 6 weeks of bonding leave at 100% pay. Well equipped mothers rooms in all offices. Mostly flexible and understanding managers as long as you try to maintain strong performance."
Anonymous shared this review of McKesson, United States on Jul 23rd, 2019
"in a professional capacity, there is work life balance, generous PTO and holiday, generous parental leave and STD policy and package."
Anonymous shared this review of McKesson on Dec 28th, 2018
"You need to ask for what you want and deserve and learn from other seasoned women."
Anonymous shared this review of McKesson on Nov 7th, 2018
"Overall McKesson is a great place to work for women."
Anonymous shared this review of McKesson on Aug 28th, 2018
"If you have a good manager, your work life balance can be great. Remote work seems to be getting more unpopular, which is disappointing."
Anonymous shared this review of McKesson on Oct 10th, 2017
"Don't let them take your days off, weekends, and evenings away from you. "
Anonymous shared this review of McKesson on Sep 20th, 2017
"Know what you are signing up for and be aware that holidays are a requirement to work."
Anonymous shared this review of McKesson on Sep 15th, 2017
"Lots of great opportunities and a decent amount of advancement is available depending on the type of work you want to do. "
Anonymous shared this review of McKesson on Sep 11th, 2017
"30 percent of the executives are women, yes, but that number dwindles significantly when you view middle management "
Anonymous shared this review of McKesson on Nov 23rd, 2016
"It really depends on your job type and how flexible your manager will be. Good company with good benefits. Need more diversity in management and CEO is way over compensated."
Anonymous shared this review of McKesson on Aug 2nd, 2016
"For my position, salary much higher here than other companies. "
"I've worked here for more than 5 years and have seen men regularly get tagged as high performers and given good projects/promotions when they're not really doing the work (they're relying on others for ideas and because they golf or go to the gym with the exec, they present it as their own). Unless you are a really outspoken woman, you may find it a challenging environment to succeed in. It's very old school, old boys network. Many of the really smart women have left."
"Many women here are pregnant or have children. I have heard the maternity leave is pretty good, but need more information about if. There are a few opportunities to move up, but you have to be proactive about it and willing to go above and beyond. Most of the higher ups are women in my department."
"The pay is extremely low for the amount of work that you will need to put in. Everyone has their own individual jobs that contribute to others so you're solely responsible for any mistakes which can be pretty nerve wracking. The flex time and paid vacation time is absolutely amazing, which despite the pay, makes this an awesome place to work!"
"You must be ready to prove who you are."
"Upper management is dominated by males -- and they are the same ones year after year, they just shuffle around. Overall, the environment is friendly and flexible, which is very valuable."