Cons: No communication, hectic, poor management
It was a month before I even started "training". Training consisted of classes that were 4-8 hours long where I would fill out workbooks at a store that was not my home store. The rest of my training was completed through modules online or at another store where i felt I was just a warm body to hold a place. After a month I still had not actually completed my training.
I am nationally certified and no one in my home store pharmacy knew.
There was no communication between the front store and the pharmacy; on multiple occasions I was scheduled to work both stations at the same time and I was the one who got reprimanded (The schedules were posted in different places and I was unaware)
On one day I was called and told I was scheduled to work, when the previous day I had not been marked to work for that day but was threatened with a write up.
I had not received login credentials to clock in or sign onto the register.
It's extremely hectic, things were always broken, the online coupon to card transfer often failed and frustrated customers, prescriptions were lost.
When things went wrong everyone complained but nothing would be done.
I would not recommend this company to anyone, but especially not anyone looking for a first time job or anyone fresh out of school. There is no job/home balance at all and no one hesitates to ask you to work open to close. Front store employees are constantly stressed because they cannot get their tasks done in the time they are given.
You will be hired to work as a Tech, but will instead be worked front of the store.