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Anonymous Employee in South Sarasota, FL
I applied in-person. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at CVS Health (South Sarasota, FL) in Apr 2023
Very nice company to work for. Interview process was great. Very professional and company is very easy to apply. I look forward to being a part of cvs pharmacy. They make it simple and comfortable.
- Q. Why do you want to work at cvs?
I applied online. I interviewed at CVS Health in Jul 2022
I scheduled an interview with the manager. The day of the interview I went to one of the cashiers and told them that I was here for an interview. Then we started the interview and got hired on the spot.
- Why would you like to work at CVS?
What people are saying about CVS Health
a year ago
Currently just got promoted to Director level at CVS. Got an offer to work as a Field Ops Manager at Snowflake (totally different industry obviously). The pay is on par with what I'm making now but the benefits are better. I also feel like the role will be less stressful.. should I make the move??
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I applied online. I interviewed at CVS Health
It was fine. Super easy process. They really welcome you. I felt completely comfortable and happy there I wish I could go back! The people were also extremely nice there, loved my coworkers.
- why do you want to work at cvs, basics
Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at CVS Health (Los Angeles, CA) in Feb 2022
Very basic interview, was asked a few questions about availability and expectations. I was also met with a few scenarios described to me, where I was expected to reply how I would react to them.
- If there was a customer shouting at you, how would you react?
Anonymous Employee in Miami Beach, MD
I applied online. I interviewed at CVS Health (Miami Beach, MD) in Dec 2021
Very interesting and pleasant to now in more depth what cvs are doing. That makes me feel very good and happy. I want to do my best and work as you are doing
- Became I want to work at CVS?
Anonymous Employee in Philadelphia, PA
I applied online. I interviewed at CVS Health (Philadelphia, PA) in Sep 2021
The interview process wasn’t frustrating or anything like that at all. It was very straight forward and gave reminders so that you wouldn’t forget. Made it seem like they really wanted you to be apart of the company.
- What sets you apart from other employees I might interview?
Anonymous Employee in New Suffolk, NY
The process took 1 day. I interviewed at CVS Health (New Suffolk, NY) in Sep 2021
The interview was pretty easy. I went in and my supervisor asked me very simple interview questions (What does customer service mean to you, for example). I was in and out and I got my offer letter the day after.
- Tell me about yourself. What does customer service mean to you? Why do you think that you are a good fit?
Anonymous Employee in Mansfield, OH
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at CVS Health (Mansfield, OH) in Sep 2021
I originally applied to another store at first, and on the interview, the SM (store manager) interviewed me, mainly asking questions about my availability, what hours I was expecting, what the job entailed, asking about my own experiences. She then said that she really liked me and that she would hire me, but, I wanted more hours than she had, so she offered to set me up an interview with a different store's SM. The other store's SM was also very polite, but she basically told me that she was very short staffed and that I would have more flexibility on how many hours I'd want. She explained the pay rate, then explained the role again for me. After accepting the in person offer, the system was updated on her end immediately, but took 48 hours to finally give me my offer. I then had to wait for another day before the background check form was emailed to me, and then waited another two days before it came back, and they sent me links for uploading my onboarding documents/getting my info. It took two more days after that, and then my SM texted me about my start date. On my first few shifts, I did not have a computer login/register login, and didn't know what to do at all. I did online training for my first two weeks. Overall it was a very neutral experience, just the technology mainly was what was wrong.
- What did you do at your last job? What are you seeing in your future 5 years from now? If I called (previous managers name) right now that you put as a reference and put it on speakerphone, would they say you had great attendance and they would recommend you? Do you know what CVS Health as a company does as a whole?