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Stay away cvs is a bad employer

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Soon as I find something better I'm out of here!
I work in Solon and honestly I've never worked with a nastier group of characters.
The trainers or "Smes" are lazy, rude, pompous and they gossip abt the new hires like they are in high school.
I only like two of the trainers but the rest are garbage.
There are lots of young people in my department and they are rude, aggressive and make jokes and rude comments in the virtual chats during our training.
If I didn't need the money I'd quit yesterday.
I don't see myself lasting more than a few months, otherwise I'd be found under the desk, eating my hair.
I HATE this place. I must have been a monster in my former life for the universe to send me to this awful work environment full of sleaze bags.

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Cvs is good place to work for..

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I'm full time and I work as little as 3 hours or as many as 11 hours a day. It all depends on the store and how fair or unfair the lead tech making the schedule is

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There was no drug test for me as a clerk cashier in the front of the store but when I was promoted to shift supervisor I had to take one. Not sure about pharmacy staff. I'd assume so though.

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Be aware of all jobs involved - stocking the clinic, checking expired items, secretary duties (insurance/payment information), nursing duties (vital signs, charting, immunizations), and nurse practitioner duties (assessment, charting, and evaluation/prescription).

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Extremely stressed out and miserable! You are worked to death! If you slow down the slightest bit and get behind you will be buried in work before you can blink your eyes!

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I was part time didn't receive vacation

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Good bit hard to get time off some times

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Yes there is a 401K for full time employees with a generous employee matching program. Twice a year you can purchase stock at a reduced rate.

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