I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at CVS Caremark in April 2013.
Interview Details – Not thorough enough. New pharmacists are hired who have no sense of loyalty nor a good work ethic. Hired more as a warm body.
Interview Question – How will improve the numbers in the store we will put you in View Answer
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at CVS Caremark in March 2013.
Interview Details – Recently I learned that I could become a certified pharmacy technician with out the schooling and just on the job training through some of my friends so I went on a job search engine and saw that they were hiring for pharmacy technician at some local retail stores and I decided to apply . I applied online to 12 CVS stores and 3 days later after getting anxious and not hearing any calls back from any one I decided to follow up with a phone call to all the managers of the locations I applied to . After 4 days I got a call back from a location I didn't even apply to , to come in for an interview with the assistant manager the following day. I guess it went pretty good because she asked my to come back in 2 days to do an interview with the store manger . My other friend applied to the same place ( and got 1 interview but wasn't asked to come back for another). I interviewed with the store manager and left a bit apprehensive because he seemed very uninterested in the whole asking and answering questions process. But gladly 3 days they called and offered me the job ! Also, to top it off if there isn't enough hours in the pharmacy , I'm going to get crossed trained to work as an associate as well to balance out my work flow !The starting pay rate was kind of low but after some negotiation we came to a common ground. They then sent me an email for a job offer and then a email to go get a drug screening done. I'm very excited to start ! Keep your heads up ! and
Interview Question – How will any experience from your previous job help you adjust to the tasks and expectations you are held to here if you get the job? View Answer
Negotiation Details – I was scared to negotiate my starting pay because I didn't want them to think of me as cheeky and prude . But I was reading that it was hard to even get a raise in the company so I wanted to make sure I start off at a decent rate . The manager looked into it and negotiated with me and we came to a common ground with the starting pay
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at CVS Caremark in February 2012.
Interview Details – lied about ablity to advance
Interview Question – how can i move up in a company where i never see management Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter - interviewed at CVS Caremark in May 2012.
Interview Details – I sent an email to the recruiter and had a callback within a week. Had to stand firm for the Orlando area as they were trying to place me in less desirable areas. Received an offer of employment letter detailing my pay, hours, etc within a week. No salary discussion as apparently all pharmacists in the state of Florida start at the same pay rate according to recruiter. The process was relatively easy, no surprises, or unexpected questions.
Interview Question – None Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation.
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