Cashier (Current Employee) – Sterling, VA – March 27, 2015
•I finalize transactions on the cash register and provide customer service. •Other responsibilities include scanning items, processing payments, applying coupons, providing change. •My customer service duties include providing product knowledge, answering customer inquiries, and handling customer complaints, additional job duties as a Rite Aid cashier include stocking shelves, answering phones, monitoring inventory, and maintaining a clean and organized store environment. •As well I possess adequate communication skills, math knowledge, exhibit friendly and helpful attitude.
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Supervisor (Current Employee) – Valley, WA – March 12, 2017
Rite Aid is a decent company to work for, with many great employees and coworkers. The unfortunate difficulties lie in an old infrastructure that does not allow for rapid resolutions or any kind of item location.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – San Ramon, CA – March 11, 2017
A typical day at work was usually good. My co workers were great people and the management kept the store in a orderly fashion. Lots of rude customers came in at this location on the daily which made the job hard to deal with. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with good people.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Ionia, MI – March 11, 2017
When I first started at Rite Aid everyone was nice. After a week I hated working there. They have 3 different people training you, you just get lost. I had no idea what I was doing. I would ask questions and they would act like I was stupid.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Punxsutawney, PA – March 11, 2017
Prices in the store make it difficult to support selling things. Several rules that don't seem to make sense or matter. Flexible schedules depending on the manager. Truck days were a lot of work. make sure you can lift.
Ok to work here if you don't need money. Otherwise, unless you're a pharmacist or manager, you would never make enough money to live on your own. Several employees live at home with parents, others have 1-2 roommates and others are married and being supported by husband.
That said, 95% of the employees I met at my store and a neighboring store were really kind people that were nice to see everyday.
Senior DB2 DBA (Current Employee) – Etters, PA – March 10, 2017
This is an elite shop, well organized, well trained, highly skilled, and the work culture is friendly and supportive. Work-life balance is extraordinary. I was there for a year's contract, but my colleagues had been there for decades. I enjoyed every day there.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – March 10, 2017
Rite Aid Sales Associate: January 2012-January 2013 • Operated cash register by handling sales transactions • Provided customer service • Stocked shelves with new inventory • Placed and removed weekly sales tags on products throughout the store
shift supervisor and pharmacy assistant (Current Employee) – Birmingham, MI – March 10, 2017
i open the store and give good customer service and make your the store is cean and ready for customers and I make sure money is good and everything works good. I also make sure freshness'is done to make sure we don't sale bad items to our customers.