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Anonymous shared this review of Rite Aid Corporation on Jul 30th, 2017
"Don't expect to get paid much. Pay is very low. No raises."
Anonymous shared this review of Rite Aid Corporation on Sep 29th, 2016
"Be prepared to stand on your feet 12-14 hour days."
"Upper-level management is a boy's club. Associates are paid minimum wage and there is a high rate of turnover, causing a stressful work environment among managers. Work-life balance can suffer as you always need to deal with staffing issues on your days off."
"Women at times seem to be treated a bit differently than male counterparts. Not in a "bad" way, but just different."
"its a fair company to work for"
"It is a good union job."
"Look for better talent to help you do your job. Do this early in your career or you will be the person who does everything. It gets harder as you get older and upper management could care less how many hours it takes, as long as the operation keeps running."
"Women who actually make it in management will stifle older employees who might otherwise be able to advance"
"Don't epect to go further than cashier leel and ufair scheduling"
"make customer service a priority. work hard"
"the company itself is always all over the board with expectations, constantly changing policies and even everyday duties."
"Work hard. Real Hard. Don't take a retail job if you don't want to work hard and don't expect to have off every holiday and weekend. Be prepared to work nights too. Whenever your DM asks you to help out at another store, go. Do whatever you can to be a team player and you WILL Succeed!"
"take your time"
"I wish I wasn't so sensitive. Being treated like I have know clue what I'm doing."
"Know and learn the people you work with,before you start talking about personal stuff."
"I loved being a technician but the pay was ridiculously low for the amount of work and responsibility required for the job."
"I've worked here since they bought out Brooks Pharmacy, They expect too much from us in the area I moved to. Were I moved from, we had cashiers from start to finish of our shifts and here we are on register for over half our shifts and they still expect us to get the floor work done. I used to love my job where I came from but transferring here, I wish I didn't. I as well as many other shifts are very unhappy because we get yelled at for not getting the work done but how can we if we're on the register for over half our shifts? Benefits are good, but sometimes the good doesn't outweigh the bad. There is a lot of tension because we always know we're going to get yelled at for stuff we could not physically get done. Too bad I used to love it here."