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28 days ago

Retail Store Manager

CVS Health Winston-Salem, NC

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


11 days ago

Pharmacist - Full Time

CVS Health Winston-Salem, NC

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


28 days ago

Retail Store Manager - NC- Winston Salem (Hanes Mall Blvd.)

CVS Health Winston-Salem, NC

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


20 days ago

Nurse Health Management Rare

CVS Health Greensboro, NC

* Working knowledge of funding, resources, services and clinical standards relative to specialty… CVS Health


11 days ago

Intake Senior Assistant

CVS Health Greensboro, NC

Required Qualifications Excellent interpersonal skills and written and oral communicaton skills are required. High level of computer skills and word… CVS Health


1 day ago

Analytics Developer – new

CVS Health Greensboro, NC

•Proficiency with advanced statistical analysis techniques and methodologies preferred… CVS Health


16 days ago

Consultant Healthcare Analytics

CVS Health Greensboro, NC

This position is focused on aligning the financial arrangement for clients with the common goal of trend management, reducing overall healthcare… CVS Health


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    Greedy Company refuses to pay decent wages to overworked associates.

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    Former Employee - Pharmacy Associate in Winston-Salem, NC
    Former Employee - Pharmacy Associate in Winston-Salem, NC

    I worked at CVS Health

    Pros

    There is room to grow and get licensed if you can hang in there for 6 months.

    Cons

    Before you start to work, you have to take numerous on-line tests and courses, which take about 6-8 hours to complete. You also meet with a trainer for a few classes. You get a general idea of what the job entails. This took two days. (about 13 hours) Though, most of the time is spent going over policies.
    Once you finally get to work, there is no one there to on-hands train you. If you haven't worked in a pharmacy before (which I hadn't) this is very overwhelming. There is so much to be done and all other co-workers are busy. You have to learn on your own unless you want to ask questions every two minutes (what I did) and then be treated like you're a nuisance.
    Pay is minimum wage to begin with no matter your schooling or experience. (unless you're already licensed) Then you get paid .90 cents more. You run around non-stop, being told to do multiple tasks at once. You can't complete one before having to stop and help a customer.
    (which most are rude, remember you will be working with sick people all day that think you know all the answers) My Pharmacist was condescending and barked oreders at me like I was a child. In addition, it was quite obvious that i was given weekly (putting up every bit of the truck) and daily (returning merch. that hadnt been picked up) tasks that no one else wanted to do.
    Also, there is on-going tests that you have to do on your own time. I was once called an hour before my shift about needing to complete a new test that day.
    Lastly, I made it clear that in order to take the significant pay-cut that I needed at minimum, 30 hours a week. At CVS no one is allowed any overtime because they don't want to pay it. You aren't allowed to clock in even a minute early. My first week I was given 32 followed by 30 and then 25 hours. That last week they even scheduled me for a 2 hour shift knowing that I lived 30 minutes away. On top of all this, considering you get paid for the initial courses and training time, this was my fourth week and I still hadn't received a paycheck. I asked the pharmacist about this and he had no clue as to why. I then encountered a very rude customer that told me he was not going to abide by cvs policy (give me a birthdate or address to verify the right perscription) so I turned around, clocked out, and quit. I still did not receive a check for two more weeks. Four weeks after I quit and I have still not gotten my second check.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Offer decent wages to hard working employees, esp. those with experience or college degrees. Provide REAL training instead of bogus classwork. This job is hands on and requires hands on training. Allow appropriate hours to busier stores. Working the crap out of employees for minimum wage is a great way to have a high turn-over rate.

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