Where are our leaders during this pandemic? Home on their laptops? Doing what? Looking for ways to profit? They should be leading by example. Many of the CVS leaders are pharmacists, why are they not in the stores helping out? Providing leadership, relieving pharmacists, employee support, ensuring CDC guidelines are followed and employee and public safety rules are followed. Is CVS appropriately spreading their employee staff resources to departments that are beyond workload capacity, pharmacies and retail stores, or are they sitting home on their laptops? All CVS staff employees sitting at home should be deployed in helping other fellow CVS team members. Look at the Governors of this country, they are not sitting home, they are in the trenches leading their state. Leaders are not waiting for the dust to clear, real leaders make the clear path. True colors are showing. Maybe I am wrong.
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CVS leadership, specially the field team.
Are a bunch of fake news. They all talk a good one. This is a perfect example to display true leadership and take one for the team. Specially those DL’s that are pharmacists and are sitting at home looking at numbers on their laptops. They should be out there in the middle of it all and showing true support to customers and teams. Saving lives!!!! I’m sure they take credit when President Trumps acknowledges all first responders, retailers and “pharmacists” for working hard. A bunch of phonies.
Look, I’m sure out there in the country we have some true leaders that have stepped up in their own way. But around here in NY - all these guys care about is talking a good one/a scam. Selfish just like their regional leadership.
It takes extraordinary people to do extraordinary things and these guys for sure don’t meet that standard.
I salute all fronts store and Rx personnel that are currently in stores in the midst of it all.
You guys are the true heroes and why we will flatten the curve soon.
Stay well, strong and positive everyone !!
Then DLs would force SMs to work open to close. They still wouldn’t show up and help...
There's already talks amongst hourly employees about a strike. Know of it in 7stores local to me.
Now would be the time to organize a “strike”. CVS does not give a c-ap about their employees. DL’s are at home, constantly on “GroupMe “ harassing employees about Carepass. Yes, DL’s did get a care package delivered to their home address for the virus. Ad min secretaries are at home also. Tell me, why aren’t these people being utilized in stores that are short handed? Our DL is a pharmacist, she could be working in a store where needed.
I heard the CVS bigwigs are all protected by working from home. Meanwhile store employees are at risk everyday at the store. Don’t you just love how much cvs cares for employees...
I actually heard of one DL that made sneeze guards for every store last weekend and delivered them out to each store.
I think a "sick out" or strike is in order. Whole food employees have sent a message by doing it. Now it's our turn.
Really doesn't matter. Corporate is in scramble mode...too disorganized. Think we should close up and leave the stores for a few days until corporate comes up with a better plan. While we're at it we could make a few requests.
My DL showed up today sporting his personal mask.
Asking if we were ok and telling us to put up those useless signs (CDC guidelines for the 6-foot rule etc.) Put that lovely yellow tape down (like the people actually pay attention to them) wear your PPE and stay safe .....where have you been ? I've been here on the front lines putting up with verbal abuse from customers & co- workers ! I will protect myself however I can, LIKE IT OR NOT !
I'm an aetna leader - not very high - - i've been asking any higher up how myself or my team can help in this - pick up a shift in a store (i'm not in a store of course) do something - - I was a tech for years I can still fill RX's
??? nothing no way to help....
You are not wrong. We have to text in our daily numbers of quarantined and positive tests....