Co-Workers are wonderful! Management needs to get their act together. Too many people acting like a supervisor just cause aggravation.
Registered Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Temple, TX – March 29, 2013
Management makes sudden changes to daily routines, and department policies then fails to notify the actual worker.
Constant use of knowledgeable workers causes job burn-out, while the slackers get by under the radar yet receive the same pay.
Rely on seasoned employee's to train new employee's, without any incentive, while the supervisor gives little to no direction yet holds the employee completely accountable for new employee's short-comings.
There hasn't been any pay raises for us non-degree holding "support staff'" in at least two years.
Managements lack of knowledge of the 'promotion system' is disgusting. I have witnessed proficient, knowledgeable, dedicated employees go six to eight years (long before my employment) without a promotion because of managements stupidity.
Lunches are thirty minutes long, no other break unless you are a brown noser then you can take longer and whatever breaks you see fit. Depends on who is supervising I guess, or longer if you are a supervisor.
The health care plan is not affordable on these meager wages.
pay is below average. you can make the same at a retail pharmacy.