CVS Health – White Plains, NY
Implements loss prevention objectives, and administers loss prevention programs. Provides assistance and training to the field operations teams to… CVS Health
CVS Health – Eastchester, NY
Candidates will begin as a Store Management Trainee completing basic operations and management skills training and learning about key aspects of the… CVS Health
CVS Health – Bronx, NY
• Capable of performing scheduling, control and planning and influencing skills. > • At least one year of supervisory experience in retail… CVS Health
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You can work while in college. Your co-workers are generally nice people. The work itself is extremely easy.
The salary and benefits are not good. The work is easy but the customers make your life absolutely miserable, and of course, the customer is always right- even when they threaten you with violence or shower you with obscenities and insults because their insurance company doesn't cover their medication. The store management has no real training. The company seems to not want to make the investment. Pharmacists who are not able to handle the volume of work in their stores. This is a problem in many stores. If you ever have to work in a store other than your own, or have a covering (floating) Pharmacist come into your store, it is horrible to have to take the abuse of customers because the Pharmacist is slow and sloppy.
Advice to Management
Treat your store level employees with respect. They are human beings. Invest in more training for your store management teams, they want to do a good job, but do not have the tools. Cut the dead weight Pharmacists who cannot keep up with the demands of the job. They make it harder for everyone in the Pharmacy department to do their jobs well and cause a loss of customers.