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19 hrs ago

Mobile Application Development Operations Senior Manager – new

CVS Health Florham Park, NJ

* Release management and coordination across multiple platforms and domains, e.g. mobile, web services, mobile web, etc… This includes… CVS Health


21 days ago

Senior Financial Application Specialist

CVS Health Cumberland, RI

- Delivering data integrity and security insuring compliance to regulatory and privacy laws, process improvements, troubleshooting, BCP, SOX etc… CVS Health


14 days ago

UI/UX Developer, Senior

CVS Health Woonsocket, RI

The incumbent will participate in the full lifecycle of the project with particular emphasis on creating new UI architectures and modules, as well as… CVS Health


14 days ago

Performance Engineering, Senior Manager

CVS Health Woonsocket, RI

include: --Recruiting, hiring and managing the performance of engineers, including senior-level associates. --Capturing business demand and translate that demand… CVS Health


26 days ago

Network Senior Analyst

CVS Health Scottsdale, AZ

include developing and maintaining Access, SQL, and or SAS based applications for commercial, Medicaid and Medicare Part D pharmacy network… CVS Health


13 days ago

Clients Operations Senior Consultant

CVS Health Irving, TX

•Working within defined infrastructure / operational guidelines to support end users and application processes. •Driv… CVS Health


4 days ago

Auditor, Senior Internal Audit

CVS Health Cumberland, RI

The position is responsible for interacting with various levels of Internal Audit and business line management to resolve issues in a timely manner… CVS Health


14 days ago

Auditor, Senior Internal

CVS Health Northbrook, IL

• Plan and develop the audit approach for assigned projects consistent with guidelines established in the Internal Audit Standards • Conduct… CVS Health


10 days ago

Quality Medicare Part D Senior Consultant

CVS Health Solon, OH

Come be part of a Fortune 12 Company utilizing your Facets, Medicare Part D and UAT expertise. Quality Senior Consultant for Medicare Part D Systems… CVS Health


7 days ago

Senior Designer/Art Director - Digital/Retail

CVS Health Woonsocket, RI

You are an exceptionally talented senior designer/art director with a passion for digital design, a well-rounded background in creative and… CVS Health


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    15 year manager

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    Former Employee - Store Manager in Orlando, FL
    Former Employee - Store Manager in Orlando, FL

    I worked at CVS Health

    Pros

    I learned a lot working there as far as how to run a business as well as how to develop a team. I had one of the most successful teams in the company ranking as the top store year over year in two separate markets, one in the Northeast one in the Southeast. I was a paragon winner with the company as well. My most recent DM was very supportive. I genuinely thank them for the opportunity and the knowledge that I acquired while working with them.

    Cons

    Work hours were excessive. To be successful hours worked were borderline slavery. While I willingly worked them to be successful, the week you didn't you were immediately behind. Vacations were almost non existent due to constant visitors from corporate stopping in to do reviews. Holiday weeks were paid 4 days regular 1 holiday and you worked all 5. The facade of the stores looking great when these people stop by versus the reality of the business is polarizing. There were always teams of people and excessive expenditures of payroll thrown into stores prior to their visits. While I understood the need to make an appearance, it was always will always be a backwards way off thinking. Company preaches quality of life for their clients while quality of life for their employees is non-existent. As a "manager" in your average store you will be "managing" a total of one person during your shift, with a total of 10 people at location. Location open hours will exceed total payroll hours ie Sun-Sat 7am-10pm = 15hrs per day x 7 days x 2 people = 210 hrs which excludes the need to have a person unload deliveries that come in during non opened hours. Your budgeted hours will be approximately 208 hrs. I will only mention that during the month of December that there are extended hours for the stores but no budgeted hours to accommodate. Stores are held to strict shrink targets with little to no control over external theft. Remember 2 people at location, if four people enter to steal there is nothing you can do to stop them. These are facts not personal prejudices.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Revisit business structure. Employ cost cutting at a higher level, not at a store level otherwise you will compromise the business. If DMs are losing company vehicles so should RMs. Loss Prevention should be completely eliminated due to the fact they are ineffective and non-impactful; they are a voice with no power. I challenge corporate figures to walk into stores unannounced to anyone to really see what happens in the average minimum hours location. I make this challenge knowing that they will not as this is of no interest to them. At corporate level within the company they have never managed a location so they have no understanding. I do not fault them they are well educated and were placed into their positions.

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