Cashier (Current Employee) – Sterling, VA – March 27, 2015
•I finalize transactions on the cash register and provide customer service. •Other responsibilities include scanning items, processing payments, applying coupons, providing change. •My customer service duties include providing product knowledge, answering customer inquiries, and handling customer complaints, additional job duties as a Rite Aid cashier include stocking shelves, answering phones, monitoring inventory, and maintaining a clean and organized store environment. •As well I possess adequate communication skills, math knowledge, exhibit friendly and helpful attitude.
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Cashier Clerk (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 18, 2018
It is a great place to work if your a student or have a busy schedule, managers are great about working with your schedule. The start pay is minimum wage but if you stay long enough you get automatic raises because of the union, or you can work for a promotion, management is always looking for responsible shift supervisors
Terrible place to work in, everyone wants to be a manager and there is no respect for availability!
Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – October 17, 2018
More than enough I had to bring my kid to work because the next employee would be 2 hours late. Management was weak and there was no consideration for availability change. I worked night shift and there would be no security so we were constantly threatened by shoplifters. Even the managers hated working here and the store would be in horrible conditions EXCEPT when there was a visit. Whenever we had one of these famous visits they would double our responsibilities and get angry when we wouldn't be able to finish. Hope this place fires all the management and gets the change it needs.
having to act as security, forced overtime, they hire ANYBODY to be a supervisor, customers are very rude.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Jackson Rd Ann Arbor – October 17, 2018
It's fine if you are just starting but so so otherwise. Store manager was ok. The assistant was an irritating little troll that wanted to do everything himself which made my job difficult. Pay is low and benefits for cashiers non-existant. Ok for a patch job but would not work there as a career ever.
Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Beaverton, OR – October 16, 2018
When I first started to work for rite aid, I was super shy and had to break out of my shell and that exactly what I did. If it wasn't for the manager that I had at the time to help push me and go the extra mile I wouldn't be where I am today. I thank my work experience at rite aid for if it wasn't for me getting that job it would be a lot harder for me to find other jobs down the road.