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I have been working at CVS Health full-time
This company is very laid back , they do care about the employees . You get PTO sick days , benefits and all.
Salary is not that great , it is average for the country , but for East Coast it is very less as the cost of living is high. Health benefits are OK , you have to pay $$$$ out of your pocket before insurance kicks in. Considering they own Aetna , they should offer it at a very low rate , but that's not the case.
Advice to Management
Change the health benefits to PPO or at least give a choice to the employees to choose between the options . Employees with little ones have to pay through the nose to get any benefits out of HDD insurance plans. Also , please set the salaries based on locations and not the country average.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at CVS Health (Florham Park, NJ) in March 2015.
I was contacted by a recruiter in March 2015, and screened by the recruiter's boss, then submitted to CVS Health. The recruiter scheduled a face to face interview with CVS later that week. The first interviewer was very amiable, but he immediately told me what a chaotic place CVS was to work, and that the Project Manager (PM) position was open, because the previous PM quit. The questions consisted of how would I handle very difficult 'but critical' members of my project team, especially since they didn't report to me. That was followed by questions on what projects I worked on. I later found out the first interviewer was the hiring manager’s team leader. I also found out that they have releases every two months, and that management “cuts PM’s off at the knees” if any release dates are missed, or functionality drops.
The seconding interview was with the actual hiring manger, who seemed to be already in a bad mood due to some fire drills he was handling. He seemed abrupt and strictly business, and asked mostly my experience with Clarity, budgeting and experience with digital and mobility development, of which I had only some, but was not mentioned as a requirement in the job description. The interview ended and was told a week later that another candidate was chosen.