Worst company i've ever encountered in my life. Trying to force pharmacies out of business at the expense of the customers they serve. I will spend the rest of my career doing everything I can to lobby for getting this company removed from all our... — read more
Topics regarding layoffs at Express Scripts Inc.
On Thursday, the Connecticut-based health insurer Cigna offered to buy Express Scripts in a $52 billion deal that promises about $600 million in what the companies called "retained synergies" primarily from administrative efficiency. "Unfortunately... — read more
Share any updates you may have about Express Scripts Holding Layoffs in 2019 or beyond?
So the last time all the supervisors had meetings like this we all got laid off. Wonder what's up of course they tell us nothing
So a little bit about our pharmacy before a bigger ccompany We had a gm who was a pharmacist And a operations manager who worked his way up from pharmacy tech Our quota was essentially show up to work do what your suppose to do Everything was done... — read more
I'm not sure how much more of this uncertainty I can take. This whole Cigna deal has been a nightmare for us regular employees from the get go. I think it would be easier knowing I was being laid off than having to live with the stress and... — read more
I worked for many years in the Columbus pharmacy site in a variety of roles, first for Merck-Medco, then Medco, then ESI until I was laid off by Express Scripts in 2016. Medco was a wonderful company to work for, ESI not so much. If roughly 15 years... — read more
Frankly, I'm positive the 400 in Columbus are just the start. We are looking at many, many more layoffs once the Cigna sale is finalized. First it will be consolidation, then restructuring, then who knows what. Acquisitions are always a bad thing for... — read more
Is it true that some folks who are working from home are being laid off by Express Scripts? I hear that this is the case and wanted to see if someone would be able to share info on this.
yeah we have no layoffs
Is this really happening, hello? Updates? Rumors? Hearing many rumors about layoffs in St. Louis.
Express Scripts (ESRX) files a preliminary prospectus with the SEC for a mixed shelf offering. Specific financial terms will be determined at the time of the respective offering.
Look around and observe what's happening - then, make the decision if you want to stick around
Depending on which company you ask, one owes the other millions of dollars in a dispute between small drugmaker Kaleo Pharma and top pharmacy benefit manager Express Scripts. After Express Scripts last month filed a suit alleging Kaleo owes $14.5... — read more
My head is super spinning right now as I heard the same rumor from thee folks, both told me that we may have layoffs in St. Louis.
http://www.modernhealthcare.com/article/20170614/NEWS/170619952 By Alex Kacik | June 14, 2017 Prescription drug discounter Blink Health has ended its contract with the nation's largest pharmacy benefit manager Express Scripts over a dispute involving... — read more
https://www.bna.com/express-scripts-turn-n73014451743/ By Michael Greene Express Scripts Holding Co. must turn over internal documents to an investor seeking to probe whether the company misled investors about its relationship with Anthem Inc., the... — read more
What are your thoughts? Would it make sense?
Top pharmas team with Express Scripts to gin up savings for cash-paying patients: http://www.fiercepharma.com/pharma/amid-pricing-scrutiny-drugmakers-team-up-express-scripts-to-find-savings-for-cash-paying
Stock plummets to 59. Over 800 layoffs YTD. Anthem leaving in 2019. Employees fearful of losing their jobs. Terrible senior management....sounds like Disaster RX Company!
This elevator only has a down button. When Anthem leaves, we will really feel the hurt!
Just announced today on March 29 by the Senior Manager at an unscheduled Townhall Meeting. Senior Manager let us off early after the bad news of approximately 154 layoff NEWS. The Layoff will begin after May 2017 and commence a new shift on June... — read more
Ok so i listened to this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3rZPPi6Ut8 some dunderhead actually recorded it and did a bad job on the audio but whatever some things, i like how one of the questions posed which is "is night shift going away?" the manager... — read more
This is the master thread - post any layoff updates you may have here.
They announced that Pueblos call center will be closing. Did anyone hear anything about the at home team? I heard 60 people in New Jersey are being let go now!
Another site closing in Pueblo Co. due to online usage?!?.. PLEASE!! THEY STILL ARE LIARS. if you don't need job security year over year ESI is the perfect place to work!!
So- here we are again. Watch your back. ESI is in layoff mode. Harrisburg was notified by Jim Ziroli TODAY (10:35 AM EST for those of you who are stickers for precision) that ESI is closing the facility. Our last day will be 1/18/17. We are the... — read more
why is it that, right we here lean and dotwimpy and the whole process should be streamlined by now i mean they've had this process for a while, they tweak it here and there, LOL who am i kidding they change things daily sometimes small sometimes big... — read more
ESI canned a few of the directors in Columbus area. Finally. At least one was a Medco hold over, but was also the worst pitting employees against each other. Good riddance. Hoping for better management hires next time.
Has anyone heard of layoffs for Tempe front end?
Anybody has an update about Express Scripts Union Contract (Columbus, Ohio)
What is the likelihood of Express Scripts Holding layoffs in St. Louis in 2016? Please let me know if you have any information.
Please let me know
Just heard through the grape vine, they have a list is 38 employees they are going to fire this month . They are firing them because they are not fast enough. Just because 11 people out of 100 can do the numbers they want doesn't. Mean. We all can
I was laid off in 2015. It is a terrible place to work where you live in fear of being laid off from the day you walk in the door. Managers have too many people reporting to them. They can't get to know anyone on their teams. The supervisors seemed... — read more