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CVS / Pharmacy Reviews

What is it like working at CVS / Pharmacy?

Very fast paced & lots of multi tasking.
Cashier in Dublin:
Pros: Being able to interact with different kinds of people. I also love my co-workers and the teamwork we have.
Cons: Stressful people, busy days
Senior Certified Pharmacy Technician in Eustis:
Always room for growth and there’s never a dull moment for sure. Everyday is a new day with different but yet similar situations. And no matter the circumstances working at CVS is an opportunity to learn new information everyday or every week. The innovation and the speed of new ideas keeps your brain and mind up to par with the times and with technology. It is quite difficult to stand by and not have anything to do unless you’re a person who doesn’t enjoy progressing as an individual first as well as a technician. Pharmacy and science has honestly became a part of who I am. This year I have been given a task that I undoubted look forward to complete successfully; to be able to turn around things for the better regarding service, integrity, and outstanding customer service. Retail pharmacy for sure isn’t for the faint, but the team and atmosphere we create around us each day is what makes all the difference.. Stay positive and by the end of the shift, or by the time of closing, the feeling of accomplishment in growing more knowledge with the interaction with patients on helping all on the path to a better health so much more rewarding.
Shift supervisor.
Customer Service Supervisor:
Pros: Provides a solid platform to set up a good great resume. The job is equal parts stressful and rewarding. Flexible scheduling makes it ideal for students and part timers. The position does provide you with enough to responsibility to empower your professional image. Responsibilities vary on a day-to-day basis that is determined by the CVS workflow.
Cons: Customers is always the the biggest contribution to your stress levels. That and a lot of corporate red tape. The company has done a good job minimizing the voice of the individual. But it is what it is. It's a job and if you don't like it your always free to find another job elsewhere; the company feels the same way.
It's okay.
Head Cashier:
Pros: Work independently.
Cons: Hours are not enough.
Pharmacy Technician:
Pros: Helping the customers solve issued and seeing the customers.
Cons: My boss, lack of communication,
Great with customers always availuable reliable.
Customer Service Supervisor:
Pros: Everything but pay I feel like I'm not being givin enough for my experience.
Cons: The pay isnt good I dont feel like im getting enougj for experience.
The Good, bad , and the ugly.
Pharmacy Technician:
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.