I work on the Las Vegas strip, it i fast paced,fun and I love the people I work with.
pay isn't great, but there is ALWAYS something to see !!
I worked for CVS Headquarters in Rohad Island as windows team Build and the big challenge for me was that you feel you are working in Indian owned company. And its process is very complicated .
I would say coupons! It is so hard to accommodate all the couponers especially if expired or manufactured etc.
It's not mandatory I personally never checked anyone's Social pages since it's technically their personal lifestyle, but I have known owners and other managers that do check before hiring. Now with that said after hiring someone if they tend to come into work with reasons for me to believe they were on drugs or other issues I would then check to see if they were posting something about that issue online.
I've always told employees and close friends to be careful about what you post and if you do post something that you don't want employers to see post it so only friends can see not the public.
Sorry not a straight forward answer but regardless, I hope this helps.
CVS managers don't, but HR might
It's a busy job every day. You gotta be able to hustle. It pays well,but they work ur butt off. It's pretty complex too, so make sure you are good on computers and typing. Last of all, some of the pharmacists are very hard to get along with. That's why I left. Between his screaming and swearing at me,I was completely stressed out.
The world of the big pharmaceutical companies is upon us. Do yourself a favor and learn about them. Do not leave it up to someone else. Everyone should educate themselves and know something about big pharma and it effects them. The pharmaceutical industry changes DAILY and I was on the "front lines" answering questions for many consumers who were or impacted by pricing or other tangibles. Let's back up a bit here. CVS a middleman they buy pharmaceuticals (drugs) and then offer them to customers at a fraction of the cost and still make a nice profit. CVS is not a drug manufacturer, no drug store is. CVS only deals with insurance policies and the portion of the policy that covers drugs, Like part "D" for drugs in the medicare coverages (its easier to remember it that way). Increased pricing for drugs can be due to many factors, such as increase in one of the many ingredients that go into the makeup of a drug, which is why generics (if available) is always best. A drug manufacturer can hold a patent for its drug for seven years prior to its release as a generic, which may be why its not available as a generic yet. Most patients don't see much of a drop off between name brands and generics but if there is it could be the ingredients and where they are coming from. Most patients don't even realize that their medications are made in China or India but its like any other product that can be bought cheaply and resold at a markup. I certainly hope this is helping those out there that are reading this. I no longer work for CVS but the information here is not proprietary and there is so much more information that I could offer if we had the time and the space. However, your primary care physician should have the last word when it comes to any drug or drugs that require a prescription. Consult with them first. Have a lovely 2022. Reach out if you need to. #healthcare #advice #cvs #pharmaceuticals
And then you have to go do a bunch of training modules before you can work.
After that they work you to death. So pretty easy I would say