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Camberwell, Victoria (Australia)
1 to 50 employees
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Beauty & Personal Accessories Stores
$2 to $5 billion (USD) per year
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    I worked at Priceline Pharmacy part-time

    Pros

    If you are a people person, then this is the job for you because you will be dealing with a lot of customers. You will also probably be dealing with a lot of different tasks (at least I did), so you're constantly busy and there's never nothing to do. You get to work independently mostly since all the other workers flit around the store doing other things, but if you're lucky you might get an amazing team that will support you and you can talk to every now and then.

    Cons

    The wage is too low for the amount of things you have to juggle in one day and can become stressful when you're told to do one thing, but then have to tend to a customer, then get yelled at for not finishing your job but would have gotten yelled at for not helping the customer had you finished it. If you aren't used to being on your feet all day, by the end your back and feet will be aching, so be prepared and invest in a good pair of shoes.

    Advice to Management

    A positive work environment with managers who treat their workers respectfully works far better than an environment where the workers are scared of getting yelled at. This means people will be unlikely to stay (this happened where I worked, nobody stayed for more than a month), so cultivating a welcoming environment is crucial. A customer even commented on the fact that the management was very negative where I worked and they didn't enjoy coming into the store, so this not only affects the staff, but the customers too, and therefore the company.

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Priceline Pharmacy Interviews

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    Pharmacy Assistant Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Sydney (Australia)
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    Application

    I applied in-person. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Priceline Pharmacy (Sydney (Australia)).

    Interview

    I applied in person and receives a call 2 days later to come in for an interview. The interview took about 20 minutes with questions focused on the knowledge I had about the position and how my previous experience will help. I was also able to ask a few questions regarding the roster. I was told they would call me back and I received a call on the same day to come for training.

    Interview Questions

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