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1,157 questions about working at CVS Health
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Answered November 22, 2019
Hiring 4 people to do the work of 5 is hard enough, 3 to do the work of 5 is exhausting and demoralizing, 2 to do the work of 5 is KILLER! If there's a corporate CONSCIENCE, please take this to heart!
Answered June 18, 2016
This is for a Full Time Work from Home Position and All necessary equipment is provided. I applied w/online resume on 11/19/21, received an email to complete a formal resume on 11/19/21, then got a phone call the same day 11/19/21 for a 10minute interview. Received another email on 11/19/21 to schedule a formal WebEx interview. On 11/22/21 had a 1hr 15minute WebEx interview, received a Job Offer on 12/9/21. Background check and Online Onboarding documents were completed on 12/16/21. First day of Training will be in January 2022. Hope this information will be available and helpful to all new applicants and the CVS/Aetna Hiring Process was really Great for me.
Answered August 16, 2016
End up doing a lot of tech work because of lack of tech help
Answered March 16, 2020
Working from home- hours are no flexible at all. The days are long, break are short. They monitor your every move. First 6 months you don’t get any vacation time at all. They only give you 2 floating days and you can used those 2 days only if you need off. The will deny request to be off most of the time.
Answered March 16, 2020
I applied online on 8/20/21, I was called for a 10 minute Interview on 8/23/21, I had a 2nd One hour Interview on 8/26/21, I received a job offer and accepted on 9/2/21. Total processing time 2 weeks.
Answered June 10, 2016
When do u start accruing sick i have been there 2 months 35 hrs a week
Answered October 18, 2016
10 to 12 hour days at the distribution center in vero beach Florida as a robot.
Answered September 23, 2016
Is insurance provided ?
Asked February 12, 2016
CVS Health provides medical coverage through Aetna providing you average 30 hrs/wk, like people have said. They give you several options to choose from, meaning diff deductible amounts/monthly charges. HOWEVER, CVS seems to determine eligibility for coverage based on the avg hours worked from the previous year. I was hired on as full-time but because CVS is cutting employee hours, at least in the DFW area, I was not able to average 30hrs last year (2018). So I am not eligible for medical coverage for 2019. I let my boss know this and he makes sure to give me at least 30 hrs/wk. Even though I work full-time, I’m not getting full-time benefits. Which is absolutely asinine. But I’m sure it’s in the employee contract.CVS preaches a “path to better health” but they can’t even provide coverage for their employees. But yeah, reiterate, they’ve got insurance.
Answered February 12, 2016
After giving my blood,sweat and tears literally to this horrible, toxic company for 23 years, I am glad I’m not with Cvs anymore.I was a loyal,dedicated rph that was fired.Due to the overwhelming loads and pressure of volume of rx’s to be completed I admit I did ask my tech to help me in a manner that they management disagreed with and hence it was their opportunity to fire me and so they can pay some grad less $ because my salary was at the high end. I didn’t do anything criminal,but the district mgr brought in loss prevention as well. Then later my dm said “ it’s termination” almost gleefully.They could care less that you did what you did for efficiency’s sake or that you have a livelihood and family to support. You are just a number. I was nearing short of retirement age anyway but now I’m working elsewhere more happy and have a family life. The one good thing I’m thankful to God is I matched my 401k all those years and amassed almost a mil and I took my $ out immediately and rolled it over. Good riddance to that horrible,toxic, ruthless company.
Answered March 18, 2017
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