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Not a good place to work

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Former Employee - Store Manager
Former Employee - Store Manager

I worked at CVS Health full-time (more than 5 years)

Pros

I don't have any to give

Cons

They totally over work there managers expecting to much and making it impossible to get a bonus

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Treat your employees better

Doesn't Recommend
Negative Outlook
Disapproves of CEO

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    Worst Place To Be!!! Do NOT Join CVS Garbage! Unless you've been out work for over a year!

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Irving, TX
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Irving, TX

    I have been working at CVS Health full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    There are NO Pros in CVS Caremark.

    Cons

    Worst Management Group I have ever dealt with like Kids in Elementary and they do Micro Manage! Favoritism All the way! Most STRESSFULL job ever! Current looking for another Job!!! And 10+ other employees in this department are too.

    Turn Over is so HIGH that management put a Freeze on transfers out the department!!!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You cannot give advice for something they knowingly do!!!

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    No opinion of CEO
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    Horrible job

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    Former Employee - Forklift Driver in Waverly, NY
    Former Employee - Forklift Driver in Waverly, NY

    I worked at CVS Health full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Steady Work - you will get in a full 40 hours or more a week.
    Approachable management

    Cons

    -Production is timing based. As a fork lift driver, you need to be quick in transporting product or you lose production percent. The timing is based off the numbers that they deem "fair". If something happens, say an accident, supervisor stops you, you need to move something out of your way, another driver in the same area you need to get too, the time spend away from the move hurts your percentage. As a result safety becomes an issue and co workers tend not to help each other as they too have to meet production percentage.
    -Low pay - you can only max out at 12.00/hr after two years if you don't change positions...11.50/hr if you don't drive forklift. You start at 10/hr, but that's how much cashiers make at some retail stores! At a distribution center, that wage is a joke.
    -Unspoken policy changes - policies will change and the lack of communication will hide them from you until you violate it of course.
    -All machine accidents qualify as a safety violation regardless of the severity. Even if you simply "bump" the warehouse racking without causing damage or injury, you must report it. When you report it, it goes as a safety violation write-up. If you don't report it, they have cameras and will fire you immediately for not reporting an accident. You only get three write-ups (in an unknown timeframe) until you are terminated.
    -Very biased against forklift operators. If a driver accidently damages even one item in a box, it's a write-up and they send you to the hospital for a drug test. Meanwhile, if a stocker damages one item in a box cutting it open, they simply put it in a damage bin and continue the job.
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    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You have one of the biggest companies in America. Show your employees that you appreciate them. Do some research and increase your distribution wages. 10.00 an hour is a joke especially in a warehouse setting when I can walk down the road and make that as a cashier. Your timing system is completely unfair, and biased when warehouse managers can adjust the time at will. Employ "here's the job.. get it done". Without timing percentages people would breathe easier and relax knowing that every second isn't leading to their eventual firing because they cant make percentage. What is wrong with the method of coming in getting the task at hand and completing it? Essentially that's what they do anyway.. eliminate timing and update your communication skills.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO
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