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Do NOT do it. Unless you are someone looking for a job and do not care about what you do. Otherwise youll lose your faith in humanity..and your sanity.

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Don't waist your time.

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Do not waste your time!

Answered - Former employee (Former Employee) - Mobile, AL

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Dont even bother doing an application! Especially the mobile location! Very very unprofessional and horrible!

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Run- Company is all about money. Invested too much on software that does not work well. Expect too much from everyone, CONSISTENT CHANGES. Bad place to work!!!

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I was a hard worker and was promised a raise to match the wage of my newly hired peer with similar experience and was told it would happen, but then was delayed 3 times and I found a new job before it was ever awarded to me. so I must disagree with the person who said "work hard and you will go very far." There is very little room for advancement within the pharmacy department, at least, but that is true of most settings. A bad thing about working in pharmacy. Either manager or bust. Or you will be promoted to a "lead tech" or a "pharmacist II" without a raise, but given additional responsibilities. That was cute.

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Ask about any plans for restructuring of that branch in the next 2-3 years. Changes are happening BRISKLY to say the least.

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Just ask questions relating to growth/ development and advancement opportunities.

Answered - Delivery Driver/ Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - Mobile, AL 36608

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DONT....Horrible place to work.

Answered - Office Clerk (Former Employee) - Cranston, RI

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Be a hard worker and you will go very far.

Answered - Certified Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) - Clarkston, GA

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