Shift Supervisor (Current Employee) – KY – August 20, 2017
Rite Aid is a good job but loses its excitement after so long. Store manager being okay highly depends on if you'll be happy or not. Not much room for advancement unless you want to be in charge of a store someday.
Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Egg Harbor Township, NJ – August 19, 2017
This place is no place to work, shows lack of respect for their employees... Didn't learn anything that was informative... Hardest part of the job was dealing with management... There was nothing enjoyable about working there... Rite Aid is one big joke....
SHIFT SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) – Cheswick, PA – August 18, 2017
A typical work day would consist in stocking products, and tending to customers to their day to day need. By providing exceptional customer service, we were able to leave customers satisfied with their needs in their reasoning for their visit.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Poquoson, VA – August 18, 2017
Tuesday morning were the days we put all the inventory on the shelf in the proper place. Also set up displays for different products. People were always in and out with coupons and different problems you could assist with. Maybe helping them find the correct medicine, talking with there insurance company and even just simply telling them what isle something was on.
Pharmacy Intern (Former Employee) – Monroe, LA – August 18, 2017
it was better working here as a student intern than as a licensed pharmacist. The pay was competitive and many times it was higher than the competition. the only flaw was upper management was lacking and rarely there.
Shift Manager (Current Employee) – Toccoa, GA – August 18, 2017
Its perfect when the store is caught up. a lot of downtime, which kills motivation. Hours kept getting cut and other rite aid stores are getting closed and losing hours. Company's trying to get out of debt by selling majority of its stores to walgreens and it keeps getting pushed back. Job security is unknown and favoritism is strong there.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Woodside, NY – August 18, 2017
Working here can be a fun experience for interacting with your co-workers and customer if you are willing to put in a significant amount of energy and effort into the immense amount of work to be done. Though working in this company teaches you many skills regarding the different types of tasks a person must do, the work itself can feel repetitive once you become used to the daily procedures. The management is competent and the workplace culture seems interesting enough that a person will look forward to working in their next shift.