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The interview process was smooth and easy. I had two phone interviews and one in-person interview with two managers. They were personable and really helped me get a feel for the company culture. The elapsed time between online application submission and job offer was 6 days.

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Super long and complicated. Fill out forms. Wait for call back. Interviewed twice but they can't tell you anything about salary or benefts. Have to wait for an outside person to tell you that by phone. That person doesn't know anything but basic salary. Can't tell you a thing about benefits. Get offered one thing. Woops. That wasn't right. Get offered something else. Fill out more forms. Wait again. Finally get offer. Then you have to do a drug test but there isn't an approved vendor so you have to either drive an hour or more or wait for a FedEx package with more instructions. Then you have to call in and go through prompts to submit the drug screen. Then you have to do an eye test. Then you have to fill out more forms before you start. Most lengthy and complicated process I've ever been through. Gives you some idea of what the place is like. Avoid working here.

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The DM interview me while he was texting on his phone. I worked for their competitors for almost 10 years. Received an email that i dont qualify for the position. Lost respect for this company after that.

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I was called in for a face to face interview. Got there and it was with 2 managers. The interview went really well, we all 3 had good conversation, questions, and answers. Found a lot in common between us. I hope I get the job.

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I enjoyed the interview, she listened and we had a good conversation, one of the best interviews I’ve ever had.

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The interview process was pretty straightforward. I had a phone interview, followed by an in person interview but it was all the training that killed me! If you are working as a pharmacy tech you will have to go through 4 different training sessions at different store locations and complete 10 hours worth of modules before you can start working.

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Its was smooth...i guess depending on who you interview with...I interviewed with my current manager and the pic.. They asked the questions, I answered.. Pretty straight forward..

Answered - Data Entry Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) - Fort Worth, TX

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The interview process was simple and great. Just asked questions like why I want to work at CVS and let me know whats expected of me . Hearing the hiring process I will be going through was a bit shocking because I thought I would be able to start working right away but I think its worth it. I like the environment of the job and the manger was a very nice guy. ( cashier position )

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Good experience. I met all the staff including management during the interview process.

Answered - Triage Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) - Minneapolis, MN

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Mine was just how you got to know about CVS, how comfortable are you when attending to customers.

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