Pharmacy Assistant (Former Employee), Bothell, WA – June 27, 2014
Pros: good hours. great medical insurance & friendly people
Cons: had to work through dinner hour.
Head pharmacist very nice to work for . My job was to assist however I could with customers. Taking prescriptions and insurance information. Making sure orders were filed properly and alphabetical. Stocking shelves with incoming merchandise. Unloading medications when they arrived from the main office each day.
Photo/Sound/Electronics Coordinator (Former Employee), Seattle, WA – May 13, 2014
Pros: camera department meetings
Cons: 24/7/365 on call and no company vehicle
Typical day would be approx. ten hours, training and merchandising multiple locations. Hardest part of the job would be the 24/7/365 on call hours. Working with the Kodak and Noritsu technicians was where I received my training.
Great staff and great place to learn still the pharmaceutical industry .
Pharmacy Assistant (Former Employee), Redmond, WA – March 26, 2014
a typical day would be to greet customers and front counter. I checked in prescriptions and prepared them for the pharmacists. I answered phones and also handled the drive-thru drop off counter. Bartells taught me a lot, they were my first job I ever had. I learned customer service skills as well as how to manage my time and how to tackle stress hands – more... on . – less
PHARMACY TECHNICIAN (Current Employee), Floater – January 18, 2014
As a floater I have encounter some ups and downs, its really nice getting the experience to work with multiple people from different back grounds who do things differently, it keeps things fresh and it also helps me learn to deal with new environments , however that being said the fact that things are not being done the same way in every pharmacy can – more... really mess up things. Bartell has some of the hardest workers most professional workers i have ever met, at the end of the day the job gets done not matter what. – less
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Seattle, WA – January 14, 2014
Cons: short breaks
I enjoy making people happy. Be it my customers and my staff. I learned a long time ago the number one thing that makes people happy at work is food. The number one thing customers love is attention. The number one thing both staff associates and customers enjoy is attentiveness with passion and legitament concern for thier issues. A typical day at – more... work is coming in through the doors of my work poace and owning a positive state of mind. It's a dominoe affect in changing behavior from negative to somewhat happy ones. 9 out of 10 of My employees have always liked me...but there is always at least one that won't follow My program. Stress is never pleasant. Stress is a downer, if you let it get you down. Don't let stress get you down. – less
2nd Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Bellevue, Everett, Kirkland, WA – July 15, 2012
Pros: great employees, fun place to work
Cons: poor management, poor hr tactics
Great customer service values and employees work very hard for very little in return. Training management better would be a plus. Learned to be very careful on who you can trust with a joke. It will end your career!
Certified Pharmacy Technician Float (Former Employee), Tacoma, WA – June 27, 2012
Pros: great employees
Cons: scheduling issues
Fast pace environment that kept my skills updated daily. The Employees are extreemly nice and helpful to there customers. Management was a little difficut meaning, the Float Scheduling Staff was a little confusing at times with who went where.