Beauty Advisor (Current Employee) – Menlo Park, CA – May 28, 2014
The place i currently work at is CVS Pharmacy. Even though I love my job, and get to interact with new people, it's not exactly what I have in mind. My idea career is to work with children in foster care and adoption agencies. Or anytime of Social Services. I just graduated from SJSU with a BA in psychology and would appreciate it if i was given an opportunity to pursue my dream career.
Operator (Former Employee) – Fredericksburg, VA – December 6, 2016
If you want a job that acts like they care but really don't great place to work good money but very very poor management and not much room to advance unless you play there game and only care about yourself.
Relatively simple job with a focus on customer service and front store etiquette
Cashier (Current Employee) – Palatka, FL – December 6, 2016
Good job with a focus on customer service and front store etiquette. Positive work environment with managerial staff that focuses on the employees needs and tries to facilitate a happy and productive environment for work
Commercial Care Representative (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ 85224 – December 6, 2016
The company itself could use allot more improvement. It needs to listen and honor its members emotional and physical needs. While there are reasonable accommodation, the company does fall short on providing adequate care for their employees.
Stressful work area co-worker are nice benefits are good needs some change it seems as is more of quantity instead of quality when it comes to the working with this company employees are promised one position of work and end up
Loss Prevention Manager (Current Employee) – Detroit, MI – December 5, 2016
Good place to work. Good people, Fortune 13 company. Good co workers long days plenty of positions flexible hours multiple shifts, multiple departments and avenues to work such as pharmacy or operations
Lead Technician (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – December 5, 2016
This job can be rewarding at times because you get to help people but if your co-workers are incompetent then it will be really stressful. The workload is fairly intense depending on the pharmacy's prescription volume. Many pharmacist tend to be arrogant and don't problem solve very well and the customers are entitled for some reason or another. Nevertheless you can learn a lot here and can use what you learned in other fields of medicine.
customer service for this pharmacy benefit manager
Customer Service Representative II (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX – December 3, 2016
taking call after call after call from patients, pharmacies, and doctors offices regarding prescription plans. I learned a lot about medications and what they are prescribed for. Some team leads were easier to work for than others. The hardest part of the job was dealing with angry patients
Just Okay... Perks have decreased & Profit what's most important.. even if over safety
Pharmacist (Current Employee) – New York State – December 3, 2016
You'd think working for a health care company, let alone one of the largest, would get you the best benefits. Nope. On my wife's insurance because ours is poor. Other benefits have deceased one the years, such as how overtime and holiday pay is applied. Profits are paramount importance, being placed over pt care and pharmacist well being. The only time pt care is placed first is if it increases profit. Management gripes about technicians hours going over an a few hours a week (on a $10/hr salary... nothing compared to the money pulled in) while the CEO's and upper management make millions in bonuses, but that's coming down from above, our immediate managers getting slack from their bosses and so forth. Generally speaking my immediate supervisors have been great people though.
Prior Authorization Representative (Current Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – December 3, 2016
I love working for this company. They are caring and concerned for their patients as well as for their employees. It is a great place to work. I am planning a move to South Dakota in March or April and that is the only reason I wujld leave the company. I have learned alot in the short time that I have been there. The hardest part of my job is having to tell someone their medication isnt approved. The most enjoyable is being able to help someone get the medication they need to sustain a happy and healthy life
Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Shelby, MI – December 3, 2016
I loved working for CVS. They had great practices in place, the dedication and care given to our customers was honest and earnest, and my pharmacist and other coworkers were supportive caring and hardworking.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – December 3, 2016
Very respected company in the eyes of the employees. Very diverse and welcoming environment with no negective feedback heard during my time working. Teaches you tips and medical terminology before putting you on phones. Hiring process only took two weeks and gave feedback on what I could approve on. Gave me a timeline of hiring process.