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Customers not so bad, but working with some of the most ignorant, miserable co workers. Awful atmosphere. They treat customers in an ignorant way! Moving to a family owned pharmacy. Much more friendly and personable. Worker friendly atmosphere is lacking at Rite Aid! Customer friendly atmosphere no longer exists there either!

Answered March 30, 2020

3 years so far of working here. I work in a high volume store and am a shift supervisor. It is a physical job. Definitely hands on! In my store, truck comes once a week. We have to unload truck. Sort it. Put it out on the floor. They range from 9 foot-18 foot trucks depending on the season. You then have to work truck. (Every employee works this day) You work 8 hour shifts. Usually just you and a cashier Therefore, you're manager on duty and responsible for everything, no matter what happens that day. Vendors, customers, maintenance workers, etc. Every weekend, you pull tags for the whole store. Put up new ones. ( Very laborious ) you have to label things, face, stock, worry about overstock, the safe, cash registers, pharmacy. . I'll stop there. Youre underpaid and corporate is a joke!!!

Answered February 28, 2020

You just urinate in a cup at your nearest clinic. Then you give your future boss the slip. Done.

Answered March 8, 2019

Ask what your responsibilities are.if you stay over do you get paid.ask about breaks .Your job discription is the most important. HAVEa written copy if you can get it.

Answered July 7, 2019

It doesn’t start out with how much money you can make. Everyone knows that a great smile and extreme friendliness keeps customers coming back alongside a great product.

Customer service is the main key to keeping the door traffic coming. The customers will spread good news by word of mouth about the best service they have ever had in a Rite Aid Store. Employees that are eager to help customers help a business succeed.

Treating that store as if it were their own business.

Most importantly managing a pharmacy with enough help will keep people coming back. Exhausted technicians are not what people want to see handling and counting medications which is number one cause of human errors.

Answered May 30, 2019

Honestly embarrassing. But because of where i live. Our pharmacy isn't great due to understaffed and PDM sets unreachable goals knowing we're understaffed.

Answered January 27, 2019

Around 5. Sometimes have to work "full-time" shifts, such as having a 9 hour shift. The hours fluctuate.

Answered July 12, 2018

Nope..assistant store managers , shift supervisor, cashier's work every weekend and their schedule consistently changes.. now if your the store manager you have a set schedule Monday-friday 8am-2pm weekends off and still complain about the store being a mess.

Answered September 15, 2018

Raises occur yearly

Answered February 27, 2019
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