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3 days ago

Retail Store Manager

CVS Health North Andover, MA +28 locations

Candidates will begin as a Store Management Trainee completing basic operations and management skills training and learning about key aspects of the… CVS Health


22 days ago

Loss Prevention Specialist II

CVS Health Cambridge, MA +6 locations

include: 1. The detection and apprehension of shoplifters 2. Working with RLPM and Organized Retail Theft Field Manager on Organized Retail Theft… CVS Health


24 days ago

Retail Store Manager - MA - Chelsea (Broadway Street)

CVS Health Chelsea, MA

Candidates will begin as a Store Management Trainee completing basic operations and management skills training and learning about key aspects of the… CVS Health


29 days ago

Retail Store Manager - MA - Cambridge (Massachusetts Ave)

CVS Health Cambridge, MA

Candidates will begin as a Store Management Trainee completing basic operations and management skills training and learning about key aspects of the… CVS Health


13 days ago

Retail Store Manager - MA - Boston (Commonwealth Avenue)

CVS Health Boston, MA

We understand the first step to a great career with us is a successful onboarding so we developed a strategy for you to learn our culture as well as… CVS Health


22 days ago

Retail Store Manager - MA - Allston 1024 (Commonwealth Ave.)

CVS Health Allston, MA

Candidates will begin as a Store Management Trainee completing basic operations and management skills training and learning about key aspects of the… CVS Health


22 days ago

Retail Store Manager - MA - Boston 7530 (Boylston St.)

CVS Health Boston, MA

We understand the first step to a great career with us is a successful onboarding so we developed a strategy for you to learn our culture as well as… CVS Health


29 days ago

Retail Store Manager - MA - Boston #1217 (Boylston ST)

CVS Health Boston, MA

Candidates will begin as a Store Management Trainee completing basic operations and management skills training and learning about key aspects of the… CVS Health


29 days ago

Retail Store Manager - MA - Boston 1206 (Newbury ST)

CVS Health Boston, MA

We understand the first step to a great career with us is a successful onboarding so we developed a strategy for you to learn our culture as well as… CVS Health


9 hrs ago

Retail Store Manager - MA - East Boston (Border ST) – new

CVS Health East Boston, MA

Candidates will begin as a Store Management Trainee completing basic operations and management skills training and learning about key aspects of the… CVS Health


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    Former Employee - Clerk/Cashier  in  Framingham, MA
    Former Employee - Clerk/Cashier in Framingham, MA

    I worked at CVS Health part-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    Flexible schedule (especially helpful for college students!)
    Convenient locations
    Easy to learn job tasks
    Supportive supervisors and coworkers
    Not picky about taking days off, given fair warning ahead of time (for part timers anyways)
    Stores are clean, inviting and organized
    Raised money for ALS before it was cool
    Sales are worth it if you pay attention

    Cons

    Customers WILL try to walk all over you. This is probably true in all retail settings, but see my advice to management below. CVS always takes the customer's side even when they are clearly wrong. Workers are instructed to be doormats to customers and give them whatever they want if a conflict arises, and I think some customers have learned this and take advantage. I'm talking large scale scams where they walk out with hundreds of dollars worth of free merchandise and gift cards. It is demoralizing as an employee because customers are usually very rude to you in order to get what they want, and no one stands up for you. Your immediate manager does not have the power to do this because even they are ordered to do this when situations arise--just give the customer what they want to shut them up and make them happy. And repeat. And repeat.

    While the sales are usually considered a pro, they can also be very confusing to customers who shop at a lot of stores and don't always pay attention. Sometimes you can explain it so they understand, but they usually just get angry. It never failed to happen every time I worked.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    I feel like the only people who care about me in this company are the people I've met in person. My managers, supervisors, and coworkers were great, always there for support and to answer questions. But anything from "higher up" was either a neutral or negative experience. There is no relationship or consciousness of anyone outside of your store except faceless "orders from above" which are only designed to keep customers happy, at any price (including your dignity).
    My advice is to pay more attention to employees, maybe give them places to make suggestions or be part of a community, go around and visit stores for reasons other than punitive ones. We cashiers are the ones who see customers face to face and know their habits and have knowledge that can actually help you design better systems of how to do sales or make shopping easier--if only you would ask.
    I also wish management wouldn't be afraid to lose a few abusive customers to protect their many dedicated employees. Take a look at who the repeat offenders are, and again, listen to your employees more.

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