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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Store Manager (Former Employee) – Bayside, NY – April 18, 2018
the long work hours was due to being a manager and for the most part the staff was young collage students... 2 senor personnel which i could count on but it could get hard to keep a staff on hand which would leave me to cover the hours if need be...at the time a new supervisor was changing the culture so hopefully things have changed
Front End Manager (Current Employee) – Saugerties, NY – April 17, 2018
If you have a good manager and are in a good area this job can be very relaxing and easy for the pay you get. It is not constantly busy unless you are in Pharmacy so it can be pretty slow paced which is good and bad. It's less work over all, but time goes by very slowly. Generally they get good people to work for them so your co-workers can be pretty awesome.
Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) – Acworth, GA – April 17, 2018
Rite Aid afforded myself and family with great benefits including 401k and health insurance. I very much enjoyed working with our customers and the great coworkers at this store. I did not enjoying opening the store by myself and spending countless hours trying to help customers andaccomplish my job duties alone. I do not believe this provides for a very safe environment.
Shift Leader (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 16, 2018
Managers was very mean and did not help they employees out when they have a situation with a customer who wasn't so nice. Customers will curse you out call the manager and you will get in trouble and you was nothing but nice to the customer. They will give the customers a gift card and tell them I'm sorry about that.
Love my co workers we will always be there for each other
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Clifton, NJ – April 15, 2018
Workers often complain of sicknesses like runny noses and eyes as well as coughing and sneezing. When asked of rite aid to clean the carpets in the pharmacy and clean the ventilation systems since they were never cleaned since the building was built, rite aid felt that it was an unnecessary procedure due to its expense. The health of rite aid employees was not a concern.
I like working with a Team and I pride my self as always being on time working to make sure that the Customer feels satisfied that they shopped there while having a positive attitude even though they may not be feeling well themselves also keeping their Privacy at First and Foremost My goal is expand on my Knowledge of Medical Terminology and Insurance Billing
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – April 15, 2018
the managers are rude and talk about you behind your back. they use your personal information as references on how bad someone else is doing with their work and if anything goes wrong the pharmacist will automatically blame as an excuse on why things aren't done properly
Pharmacist (Former Employee) – Snohomish, WA – April 14, 2018
As a float pharmacist I met many employees who were amazing and many did their job well. Overall Rite Aid just seemed disorganized and the job got stressful due to lack of help in the pharmacy and not a good work flow.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Stafford, VA – April 14, 2018
During my time there, I found it to be a decent job, with decent pay. There are issues in the pharmacy that needs to be worked out, otherwise it's a great store to be in. The sales associates and general manager seem to be great at what they do.
I enjoy my job but I don't feel I am making the amount of money I could be making. I don't feel I have any more room for advancement. I have been with this same store for 20 years and they are like family to me but like I said earlier I don't feel like I have any more room for advancement unless I go back to college which I don't feel like I have time for.