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What is the work environment and culture like at CVS Health?

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As a recently former PIC, the environment is cruel. Many of the employees feel underpaid and overworked. It's high intensity volume and tedious paperwork with no support (usually disdain) from your district Leader. You can have 30 positives, but she will criticize you for any negatives. I used to love CVS, but it is as I described above and more budget cuts are coming since they have spread themselves so thin.

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Sweatshop.

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The management is very poor, they sups discriminate and have favorite employees who they move up in the company, all the employees are stressed and its very MICRO MANAGED

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Would not recommend It. Favoritism for employees they use. As new employee the staff that has been for years tries to get you to hate it and isn't professional. Management are dicrimate plus they care about score not the employee. Bad place

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This is the worst company I've ever worked for. Anyone above store-level management has no clue what we do on a daily basis. They keep cutting hours and increasing the workload. The metrics are meaningless and do not accurately reflect what is happening in a store. There is almost no training - hiring is a nightmare - getting rid of difficult employees is almost impossible - wages are not especially competitive - benefits are average at best. Corporate never practices what it preaches. Everything is about good PR but they don't give a darn about the employees. Our concerns reported to Ethics and Advice/Counsel are never addressed. I am a store manager who works 70+ hours per week. It is stressful, awful, and I would never recommend it to my worst enemy. As soon as I can find a comparable position, I'm out!

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It's like playing soccer with only six players on your team. Vs 11 of course.

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Extreme, extreme micromanagement. It takes an act of congress to get the simplest thing done. The hiring process is awful but should give you some clue to what you're in for.

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Trabajar en equipo o sea hacer un buen team work.

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The working environment is what you make of it your part of a team...if you come and do your job and remember what your there for it's a piece of cake. Having a great management team helps can't fault ours as we have one of the busiest stores in our location.

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HORRIBLE to poor management, very unprofessional, way too much favoritism, poor on the job training in which you are thrown to the wolf with no thorough knowledge of what to do ..

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