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29 days ago

Retail Store Manager

CVS Health Sunnyvale, CA +8 locations

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


3 days ago

Pharmacist - Overnight - Full Time – new

CVS Health Fremont, CA

are shared equally by all Pharmacists within the store. ESSENTIAL FUNCTION: Customer Service • Service and satisfy the customer/s as health care… CVS Health


23 days ago

Pharmacist, Clinical - Home Infusion (Per Diem)

CVS Health Hayward, CA

* Assist patients receiving specialized and complex therapies administered in their homes. * Build strong direct relationships with patients while… CVS Health


29 days ago

Pharmacist in Charge - Full Time

CVS Health Hayward, CA

are shared equally by all Pharmacists within the store. ESSENTIAL FUNCTION: Customer Service • Service and satisfy the customer/s as health care… CVS Health


23 days ago

Pharmacist, Manager - Home Infusion

CVS Health Hayward, CA

include interviewing, hiring, training, planning, assigning, and directing work. Manage subordinate managers who supervise other employees in the… CVS Health


16 days ago

Pharmacist - Floater - Full Time

CVS Health Castro Valley, CA +2 locations

are shared equally by all Pharmacists within the store. ESSENTIAL FUNCTION: Customer Service • Service and satisfy the customer/s as health care… CVS Health


29 days ago

Loss Prevention Specialist I

CVS Health San Leandro, CA

This position directly assists in the safety and protection of CVS Caremark Inc assets within assigned stores, including customers, employees… CVS Health


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    Fantastic Experience working in a Fast paced, strategic replenishment company

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Assistant Store Manager  in  North Andover, MA
    Current Employee - Assistant Store Manager in North Andover, MA

    I have been working at CVS Health full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Working in a 24 hour store there is greater flexibility with scheduling the staff as well as personal needs when needed. Tasks are done on specific days and you can be more efficient if you incorporate the overnight staff into the tasks that are normally done during the day. I have to say I love my job in my current 24 hour store.

    Cons

    If your going for store management you will bounce around. Once you find a store that works for you for location, hours, and team you may just be moving again until you get your own store. Average length in one store is 8 months to a year. Also the pay for management is not as good as some other retailers. There is a pay cut for your training period and most likely you are already took one to come here if your are already in management somewhere. The work load can be a shocker as well even if you are expecting it and are used to something similar.
    Management training is not great for work life. Training in a store and helping out other stores would be much more beneficial than actually transferring to other stores. It doesn't take long for a manager to learn tasks and usually you just need to go through the experience in order to learn. It's tough to constantly adapt to new store managers with different guidelines of schedules when you have young ones at home no matter how flexible you are.

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    Medical benefits for a family are not very good. Everything is out of pocket and you can't even use the minuteclinic. This needs to be more affordable for a family. Kids HAVE to go to the doctor and we have to work. It's much more convenient to go to the minuteclinic for small things like strep and ear infections. Also as a manager we need to revisit how we do our hiring. The recruiters are working 3 clients per store whether or not that client is responding or not.. Basically you could waste 2 weeks on a client that is not even interested in the job before we move on to someone who does. Our stores need 1-3 people when we are hiring and at this rate is take 3-6 months to hire one person. When you have an immediate need this is way too long. Management Trainees or assistant managers should be on a bench in a couple districts. Once your hired your in one district but many stores are in need of management and it would be nice to be able to get closer to home rather than farther and farther away in most cases. Assistants should be trained by the best store managers and meetings offsite once a month with multiple district managers. I have noticed the DM's are very different and it's hard to switch from one district to another.

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