Stocker/Receiver (Former Employee) – Langhorne, PA – October 19, 2016
my first month at the Langhorne Rite Aid Warehouse was the best experience i have had for any job i have worked for. you start off the day at 11 pm and you meet with your co-workers, which were pretty much friends. then the huddle for a half hour, talk about the numbers we hit and the numbers we need to hit. then its first break. have a snack and talk to co-workers. then back to work. i loved it so much
Item Collector (Current Employee) – Liverpool, NY – June 10, 2016
I go into work and I know already it's going to be an easy day. I know exactly what to do and I know I can get the job done. I learned that this job depends on a lot of team work and I love team work. If no one is communicating if they are having issues with getting work done there will be problems later so I like to ask people when I am finished if they need help. My co-workers are great people and they love team work. The management is some very nice people and they help motivate us. The hardest part can be when someone falls behind and we all have to go help them. I just like coming in, seeing that everyone wants to get the job done and that helps me get motivated for the day.
Great work environment and positive people. I learned how to work as a team player . I also developed skills to assist me in the future. I also was given several learning opportunities to assist me in advancing in my career.
Workers are great!!! But upper Management is a different story.
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Lancaster, CA – April 7, 2015
Rite Aid is a good start for a first job. I was there for 10 years and all I can be is grateful for the opportunity they gave me to work there coming straight out of high school. Got to learned how to work in different departments, and also got to used different forklifts. Now moving on to bigger and better things...
401k, medical insurance
under pay, very little raises, and mandatory overtime.
Picker (Former Employee) – Halethorpe, MD – December 17, 2014
I loved working at this job. The pay was great and so was the benefits. Provided you with great food in the cafeteria which was catered to you. Free fitness room that you can use to exercise in and a shower room to was up in. Faced pace environment that kept you on your toes and kept you busy.
Excellent benefits and work enivironment.
Have to have your own transportation or it could get rough trying to commute back and forth.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Wilsonville OR – March 2, 2013
A typical night a work started at 8:30 pm, three to four night a week you must pull full case. In full case you are expected to pull 300 to 350 cases an hour. The shelving was not easily accessible to reach items on top shelf one must stand on conveyer belt to reach many items. This part of the job was the first half of the night, the rest of the night was spent cutting boxes and stocking shelves which was fine. The leads at the job were always very helpful. As for management I feel they didn't give enough training for what they expected. I would have to say the hardest part of the job was pulling full case under the conditions that one works in.
Pick Packer/Trainer (Current Employee) – Langhorne, PA – June 5, 2013
I love working at the Rite Aid warehouse. Everyone supports each other and works as a team. Of course you have your bad days but above all we get the work done and keep it moving. I really feel appreciated working for Rite Aid and that is how an employee is supposed to feel.
Incentives, barbecues, no work on weekends, good pay, overtime
Production and point system for time and attendance
RX Selector (Former Employee) – Liverpool, NY – October 5, 2013
I did enjoy working for this company until I felt that I was not treated the same as other employees. I worked 3rd shift which is a very hard shift to work my job was very tiresome due to the fact of being on my feet 8-10 hours per night and constantly moving, when I would apply for 1st shift positions,I was over looked several times and the positions were given to someone who had less time than myself with the company. I tried to come back to work on light duty work after having an operation and was told there was no light duty work available for me which I knew was not so. I did however enjoy the people I worked with and I had a really nice boss.
We would have food parties for all holidays which was nice.
working the day of all holidays, not getting paid time & 1/2 for working holidays.
stocker (Former Employee) – Liverpool, NY – October 31, 2012
my typical day at work is that i would go on to differnt mods and and take boxes off the products and stock in the correct numbers were they go and i have learned how to stock and read numbers the supervisors there were friendley and nice to work with the hardest part off the job was when there was a product on a high shelf i had to climb up it . i enjoyed working for that company
the benifits and pay are great now it takes forever to get a raise and you might not ever get a promotion
Forklift Operator, Production worker (Former Employee) – Cottondale, AL – November 3, 2013
The pay at rite aide is decent, and so are the benefits, the management really needs to be reavalueted in some departments they have a habit about hiding certain things when the corporate company workers come in. and management has a habit of picking and choosing certain workers for certain or higher positions, I would not advise anyone to work for these people ,you always now what time your going in but you never no what time of day or night you will be leaving even if you have a family, the best thing that I experienced is making new friends with my co workers they were the best team players I could ever work with seeming we had no one to turn to but each other.