Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Los Angeles, CA | Dec 12, 2019
I loved working for rite aid
Working at Rite Aid has been life changing and eye opening. As a cashier, stocker & customer service employee I learned so many things I had not learn else where.
Pharmacy Clerk | Sacramento, CA | Feb 22, 2021
Fun place to work
This is a great place to work. You can grow here if you wanted to and move up the stepping stones. You have many choices. For example you can move up the ladder from store clerk to supervisor to assistant manager and so forth. You can do the same in the pharmacy. Rite aid may even reimburse part of your school tuition if you wanted to become a pharmacy Technician or pharmacist.
ProsYou're not just standing around all day. There's much to be done
ConsI never really had a set schedule.
Shift Manager | Onondaga County, NY | Apr 16, 2020
It was a very active position but an exciting place to work. The staff their had become a part of my family.
I was always learning new aspects of the store and various job duties. I enjoyed learning new things on a daily basis. I had built a great relationship with my fellow associates and corporate along with the customers.
Inventory Associate | Burlington, NJ | Feb 29, 2020
Bad salary rate
Clean enviroment good people to work with but very very bad salary rate.They dont allow space for overtime and they dont have good work plan for their employees.
Customer Service Representative | Langhorne, PA | Oct 28, 2019
Was a decent job
I enjoyed my job here. Actually liked the overtime. I had planned on staying here. Sadly they are closing both distribution center down in December. Over the years if you wanted overtime this was the place to work.
ConsHealthcare wasn't the best
Pharmacy Technician | Wilkes-Barre, PA | Feb 8, 2020
Demanding, but dynamic work place
Typical work day consisted of inputting new prescriptions, processing prescriptions, filling orders, and ringing out customers for their purchases. Highly demanding job and busy day-to-day operations
Ice Cream Maker | Redwood City, CA | Jan 20, 2020
Pretty chill job
Nothing too hard, just scanning, restocking and keeping track of inventory. Working fast and efficiently is definitely a plus and there is union which is great.
Supervisor | Street, MD | Sep 22, 2020
Only work here if you’re desperate
It’s overwhelmingly too much work for one person to do they ask you to do the impossible
Pay & benefits
They don’t negotiate pay you don’t get paid what you're worth the pay doesn’t match the work
Job security and advancement
I’m a shift supervisor but I’m always on register my potential is being wasted
The main manager is good it’s not her fault they ask each associate to move mountains they expect us to be in 4 places at once doing 10 things
The environment is toxic there’s not any form of team work nobody helps unless asked
I took this job I was promised 35 hours I was suppose to be a shift supervisor . I spend 90 percent on register playing cashier , then they over work you . They don’t want to hire new people they over work they current employees
Forklift Operator | Baltimore, MD | Jan 25, 2020
Great benefits and pay, or management and dissatisfied employees.
Overnight shift management regulates employees very poorly and in those regards employees become disgruntled. Too much gossip and jealousy between employees and arguements. Overnight shift does not dip well with suppressing and
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Encinitas, CA | Oct 28, 2019
Great local customers but unhelpful management
I enjoyed getting to know the customers and employees on a personal and happy level. I did well even though it was usually understaffed. My main issue with management was that I noticed I was getting intimidated for wanting to take a leave of absence from exhaustion. I went to the union and got the paperwork, but the manager was so put off by me asking he was not sincere and claimed hes tired too. I felt nervous by his reaction and it made me feel uncomfortable going to work again. I was doing pretty well there and even offered to help the pharmacy out as a cashier. Its unfortunate how things ended but the way I had great relationships with both workers and customers made me feel rewarded at the end of the day. I know I could have done great things for the company if I was given a fair chance. They were very lazy about giving us breaks and proper chairs to sit in which started to make me sick and physically sick I needed the keave if absence to figure it all it and the manager who was just a fill in for the original one who passed away, did not care about the employees, supervisors would feel so put off if they had to work around him, management had just started to change around the time I left but I was feeling so uncomfortable with him that It was hard to even go I felt awkward how he handled people with no emotion and generally felt very happy to know I could work gravyeard shift with anyone else because he purposely only worked early shifts. I know it was busy and so unde
Questions And Answers about Rite Aid
If you were to leave Rite Aid, what would be the reason?
Asked Mar 19, 2017
Cashier Barbra wearing a mask protected behind plex-glass welcoming a happy to serve safely following NYS executive order and cdc guidelines of 6ft distance.
Helping customers saving money in reward system.$3 cash just for shopping.
Professional pleasant and fast
Heroic Acts of Duty
Service Excellence Miller Place NY
Answered Mar 20, 2021
Upper management is cold and uncaring. It is really hard to stay motivated working for people that treat you poorly. We have recently been OVERLOADED with new policies, procedures etc but have not been properly trained or offered more money for more work. We are just told-adapt or leave. So many reasons...
Answered Nov 19, 2020
What is the most stressful part about working at Rite Aid?
Asked Oct 24, 2016
No life/work balance. Constant changing schedules. Poor management
Answered Jan 12, 2021
When the LP want you to get involved with shoplifters. It will cost you your job.
Answered Jul 19, 2020
Do they drug test and if they do what kind of test.
Asked Feb 15, 2016
You just urinate in a cup at your nearest clinic. Then you give your future boss the slip. Done.
Answered Mar 8, 2019
I think most professional jobs within a big company do drug testing. You should pass if you're clean! If you are on prescription medication, please tell upper management asap!
Answered Nov 20, 2018
What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Rite Aid?
Asked Aug 11, 2016
For Health & Wellness
#1 Customer Care
Valuable leading drug store of America
Answered Mar 20, 2021
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.