Thread regarding CVS layoffs

Is it still worth it?

I was wondering if anyone still thinks this is a good company to work for. I’ve seen a lot of valid complaints here and for those who have been here for many years I can understand how it’s not the same company you started off with. As an employee who has been here for less than 3 years does anyone with tenure (say 10+ years) still find something good?

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Post ID: @OP+1b3FObeG

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I have been with the company 30 yrs, it was Revco then, not CVS. Alot of things change. It's always been a great company for me to work for. If you can't adapt to change, then you need to find something new. CVS is always changing.

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Post ID: @jwrq+1b3FObeG

I’m a 10 yr SM in low volume, 38k, and high volume 170k. It’s all about your people. Don’t desperate hire. Don’t compromise. Hiring is an ongoing process that gets worked daily when needed or weekly when not. Hire good people. Can they look you in the eye, do they have a personality? We build teams that work together and hold each other accountable. I’m still enjoying it.

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Post ID: @8rtp+1b3FObeG

Been a store manager 15 Yeager paid very well have always had a great crew I don’t do planos don’t touch seasonal and I have a couple cashiers that get 15-20 carepass a week don’t work over 45 cvs has been very good to me the key to it all as a store manager is your people treat them well buy coffee give a gift card once in awhile

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Post ID: @6lke+1b3FObeG

Sad to say, but CVS treats long time employees no different than employees on day 1. And working conditions are only getting worse not better.

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Post ID: @1pxd+1b3FObeG

CVS is as good as you make it. If you like coming to work and enjoy your job you’re golden. I’ve been here for 9 years. Bottom line it’s a better retail job. Money is okay. Benefits are better. If you want to move up you can but I will say this...YOU BETTER BE READY TO KISS A-S AND WORK YOUR A-S OFF. And you have to be okay with getting nothing in return or the chance that your DM or RM are using you as extra free labor to take something off their plate.

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