Any news on layoffs by March 31, 2021?
Topics regarding layoffs at McKesson Corp.
Layoffs were supposed to start on December 11 and end on February 15, but I haven't heard of anything happening so far. Not to mention, that is an awulfy wide window to deal with 50 people - why would it take that long? Can we get more info on what's... — read more
Is there going to be any reorg or McKesson Layoffs 2021? Any news or rumors?
I went to put in a review on Glassdoor and saw that the company is showing a hiring surge. How can a company do that when it has possible layoffs looming in the near future? Better question is, WHY are they doing this? I find it appalling. It shows a... — read more
I've heard of possible cuts next month, can anybody confirm?
yet another distribution center closing, this time little rock , arkansas. With mckesson now planning on distributing the covid test kits vaccines,how do they plan to do with in a timely manner with a reduced number of distribution centers?
Wow competent people are now leaving on their own. This isn't going to end well.
It's time to tell leadership how great they are doing. Interesting.
check the careers page! looks like the recently eliminated roles are being backfilled already. new leadership team is pulling trusted people from their previous orgs?
Merit reinstated for anyone who didn’t get MIP ...even For those who got laid off ..retroactive pay....and never taken away from front line workers. Great to see the leadership team continuing to help those who are the heart of the company.
There it is again- another rushed re-org in progress by the McKesson clueless executive leadership…until they hire some vested interest consulting firm to identify a few scapegoats in a few months to start another re-org round! The on-going McK... — read more
We keep losing people and some of our best ones! I'd really like to know when will it be enough? What is this management trying to achieve? Replace every higher paying employee with somebody cheaper? Do they not realize they are saving money but... — read more
Wave 2 demotions and rifs announced. There is not a person who is not looking to leave MT and not be tortured by a sociopath of a CIO leader. Seems like that is exactly why Bt hires - culture is just a brand thing not something BT practices
Another round of layoffs and demotions today. They said they're cutting 10% this year because business is underperforming due to COVID.
sweeping layoffs inc upper management of all ops across the org plus bizzare split of all non-us divisions into separate entity feels like either staging for massive ops outsourcing or some merger-acquisition deal
Get ready for terrible severance packages and being afraid of your job all the time. Nancy Flores/Berce(Queen of Outsourcing, credit to other poster from Abbot where she was forced to retire from) does layoffs at every company she has been CIO at... — read more
McKesson is the most unstable place to work. Always laying folks off
I'm sorry to all my colleagues who've been affected by the layoffs that started being delivered today. Has anyone been affected? Can you share what packages they are offering?
Due to mckesson needing to save money to pay off all those o—id settlements, they have lowered their standards even more when it comes to hiring for certain positions They are paying even less than before, and are literally hiring people who got... — read more
What are your thoguhts?
Is this the biggest location you have? How many employees are at San Francisco?
If the market makes a turn soon, do you think there will be McKesson Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
Any validity to the rumors more Customer Service Centers are closing soon?
Employees impacted received their letters yesterday (8/14). Not certain of total impact but there will be no accounting roles in Jax. Many roles in Richmond also eliminated. Roles are either being automated, centralized (TX) or outsourced to... — read more
Listen, if you are thinking about an IT career here, and in any way that is not related to cloud, then you need to look elsewhere. Security - Gutted Ops - Gutted Is there really more to say? Is there something else hot topic (dev-ops... — read more
Last week there was a layoff of quite a few developers in The Woodlands and Scottsdale offices (that I know of). Some of those folks had worked for McKesson 20 years or more. Does someone have any more info?
Do you have any updates on layoffs at McKesson Technology Solutions Alpharetta Georgia / IT please share any info thanks
Your last day is 4/30. MIP eligible folks are going to get that sometime in June. Severance is based on time served, every year equals 2 weeks of pay. 800+ out the door according to the notice. Combined with the SF closure, don't look for any real... — read more
Rumors abound as McKesson has been seen in Shreveport LA having talks with the owners of Morris & d---son.
McKesson has two types of worker. The ones who actually think they are donkeys and the ones who pretend to be. Management can’t tell the difference and at the end of the day, they don’t care. Everyone is disposable.
Why management believes that just because you attempt to centralize things means that somehow there is less work still mystifies me. -Security Services getting gutted -SAP teams getting gutted -Cloud OPs seems safe- find a way to be cloud related if... — read more
Is it true we'll be seeing more layoffs before the end of the year? I've been hearing some talk on it, but nothing concrete. Now I can't figure out if it's just a few rumors started by bored people at the office or if there is something really behind... — read more
There was a SVP at McKesson named Paul Greenall. He came up with this insane proposition called McKesson 2021. Part of it included closing 1 Post, our flagship Corporate HQ, and moving to Texas. Greenall abruptly then left McKesson after his team was... — read more
I anticipate layoffs regardless of what happens with the economy. New CEO=change is coming for everyone, especially workers in San Francisco. The changing economy—for better or worse—doesn’t matter as much as the fact that this company is built on an... — read more
McKesson Corp. Chairman and CEO John Hammergren, who has come under fire for the company's role in the epidemic use of pr-scrip-ion opioid painkillers, will retire effective March 31. Hammergren, whose $20.1 million total compensation last year made... — read more
If the economy turns around, do you anticipate any McKesson Layoffs in 2019?
https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/pensions-for-ceos-only_b_9654276 |-----| The McKesson Corporation provides a perfect example of this. McKesson froze its employee pension in 1996, and barred workers who were hired after that from participating... — read more
...courtesy of MCK2021.
Yet another expose' on the drug distributors for culpability in opioid crisis. A whistle-blower from the DEA details how pressure from the industry undermined cases. Disgusting behavior under the Hammer's watch.
I'm sorry for those who lost jobs but it's a blessing in the end. Nobody who works there is happy. People openly loathe management, and for good reason: they're enriching themselves with no viable plan to grow the company or profits other than cut... — read more