What is it like working as a Pharmacy Technician at CVS / Pharmacy?
Pharmacy Technician in Ronkonkoma:
Pros: Good education experience,
I would definitely work at a pharmacy if you plan on working in the medical field or pharmacy because you learn a lot about the drugs, insurance, and customer service. CVS provides on the job training as well. It's a good opportunity.
Cons: Very stressful dealing with the pressure of lines, not having enough staff at surrent times of the day. Learning and dealing with medical information not knowing everything makes its difficult to answer questions.
Pharmacy Technician in Spring Hill:
"Corporate, highly stressful, good hours."
Pros: Helping provide people with the medications that help them live out fairly comfortable days.
Cons: The stress, co-workers not cooperating, not many benefits, the pay.
Pharmacy Technician in Murrieta:
Pros: I'm good at it. I have a great bond with most of my patients as we are a neighborhood pharmacy. Work with a great team.
Cons: The company is horrible. They treat employees like garbage, making us do the workload of 4 people. We're so short staffed we can't give our customers the care and attention they should be getting at a health facility. Too much focus on scores and numbers.
Pharmacy Technician in New York:
"It's a great learning experience."
Pros: Helping and assisting the pharmacist being in a group setting. Learning on a constant basic.
Cons: Standing for long periods of time.
Pharmacy Technician in Harrodsburg:
"The Good, bad , and the ugly."
Pros: I enjoy the work I do as a technician. I enjoy helping patients and taking care of their medications.
Cons: All the red tape. Being a cashier. Making solictor phone calls. Worrying about scores and extra care card scans.