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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Rite Aid a better place to work?

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Make. Shore im doinv my best and. Make shore mu employee are doin there best nevdr yell at a consumer just try and h e lp as much as i can.

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I would train my employees so they will stay on top pg there game id make show every comstermer is trested with respectif also help as much as i can.

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I would actually pay my employees a little better. I would have them trained better on what exactly their job duties are. If someone is interested in being promoted, I would actually LISTEN to them and give them a chance instead of going off what negative gossipers have to say! I would look at each employee as a respectable, valuable member of a team instead of a replacable/expendable thing!

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Provide more dedicated and in-depth training to entry level employees

Answered - Assistant Manager (Current Employee) - Newberg, OR

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There needs to be a change in the hourly pay, make it higher so people want to work here.

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Fair wage for positiion.
Hire the right people for the position not kids.
train, train and train, not just on the computors hands on training.
make it a priority to check in on staff at least every two weeks in person. let the employees vent their concerns.

Answered - Asset Protection Associate (Current Employee) - Camden, NJ

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Hire more trained staff, and higher wages.

Answered - Pharmacy Tech Trainee (Current Employee) - Olyphant, PA

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More benefits and pay increase

Answered - Wellness Associate (Former Employee) - Douglasville, GA

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Nothing just great how it was going.

Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA

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If I was in charge, I would do my best to change the program to make it so that a store would receive product in relation to their size as well as their actual weekly sales.

Answered - Store Manager (Former Employee) - Honesdale, PA

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