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30+ days ago

Pharmacy Technician

Rite Aid Corporation Salt Lake City, UT +3 locations

*Position ID#:* 34256 *# Positions:* 1 *State:* UT *City:* Salt Lake City *Category:* Pharmacy - Pharmacy Technician *Store… Beyond.com


1 day ago

Pharmacist – new

Rite Aid Corporation Salt Lake City, UT

*Position ID#:* 40975 *# Positions:* 1 *State:* UT *City:* Salt Lake City *Category:* Pharmacy - Pharmacist *Store #:* .. *Shift… Beyond.com


10 days ago

Wellness Ambassador

Rite Aid Corporation Salt Lake City, UT

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12 days ago

Wellness Ambassador

Rite Aid Salt Lake City, UT

The primary purpose of this position is to increase customer satisfaction, loyalty and utilization of pharmacy and clinical services by effectively… Rite Aid


30+ days ago

Shift Supervisor

Rite Aid Salt Lake City, UT

• Provide superior customer service by assisting customers with their shopping needs, handling all customer transactions in a timely and courteous… Rite Aid


6 days ago

Cashier

Rite Aid Park City, UT

The primary purpose of this position is to provide excellent customer service to people shopping in Rite Aid stores. The incumbent is required to… Percipio Media


6 days ago

Teller

Rite Aid Park City, UT

The primary purpose of this position is to provide excellent customer service to people shopping in Rite Aid stores. The incumbent is required to… Percipio Media


30+ days ago

Beauty Vision Advisor

Rite Aid Park City, UT

The primary purpose of this position is to provide excellent customer service to people shopping in Rite Aid stores Beauty Quadrant. The incumbent is… Rite Aid


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    Former Employee - Pharmacy Associate in Salt Lake City, UT
    Former Employee - Pharmacy Associate in Salt Lake City, UT

    I worked at Rite Aid part-time (less than a year)

    Pros

    The pay was good but be aware you will not be eligible for benefits until you are full time employed for 3 months because they "observe" your hours for a quarter before you are eligible for benefits.

    Cons

    Yeah, yeah, I know retail pharmacy can be difficult but... I actually googled Utah employment law to see if this was legal: I worked a 11 hour shift and was not allowed to take a lunch break or ANY break for that matter. If you had to pee you would hurry and get right back to work. If you had to eat, you ate standing up. If there were too many customers, you didn't get to besides chugging slim-fast shakes. I wasn't even the pharmacist. I guess in Utah it IS legal for a company to not offer an employee a lunch break so know that when you apply for a job. Wow! The work environment was terrible and the manager was constantly complaining every day. In fact everyone in the pharmacy was constantly complaining. The pharmacy manager actually told me that they would be afraid to send their own mother to a Rite Aid for an Rx because it's so understaffed they'd be worried about a mistake.

    It would get really busy sometimes and nobody was allowed to take a break. By the end of a busy day silly mistakes would happen and I'm not kidding customers would be scared to know. You are not treated like a human being if you are employed there so you don't really care about the customer/patient. There was a break room for the non-pharmacy employees but it was not heated and by the shipment area so the temperature would be the same as the outside. It was snowing outside!! The non-pharmacy employees would wear their coats and winter hats sitting at this sad little table in a corner. That was the break area. It was like looking at HOMELESS people on the street. I know that no place is perfect but I was truly shocked at how this place treats their employees. It was a depressing place to work and that's why I got a job somewhere else. Not worth the headache.

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    Treat the pharmacy staff like human beings. They need to eat. No wonder there are no pharmacists over 35 years old working at Rite Aid. They all look for other jobs.

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