I worked there for 12 years and was adversely dis crimin ated against in the following ways:
Executive Leader J o h n B uck ley, one time Chief Compliance Officer, blocked a promotion for my employee named L. H u g hes because of his se x ual identity, I protested and fought him to no avail, and I was later retaliated against, denied promotions and forced to leave after multiple public humiliation and moving my offices to smallest cubicle, taking all work away and removing my team for me.
Most Recently Senior Director R a ja Ra mas am y of PMO repeatedly dis crimi nate d by race and age against me by passing over job assignments, ignoring my extensive credentials, providing negative employee reviews that did not follow established CVS policies, paid me lower rates with less benefits, and no raise as retaliation as a Caucasian over 50 years old in favor of indian coworkers resulting in emotional distress, negative financial effects, civil rights violations and having to quit the job.
I followed all internal policies and procedures to address these including emails to L arry J. M e rlo, J on at han C. R ob erts. E va B or atto. and Ch ris tine Fitz ge rald to no avail and things only got worse so I left
Experienced Software Developer with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry. Skilled in Service Now Development,reach Js, Angular 2.0, MariaDB, Windows Server, Release Management, Shell Scripting, and ASP.NET MVC. Strong information technology professional graduated from Anna University.
My Recent assignment is Migration and Transition for CVS Acquisition over Omnicare . I identified each and every component in Omnicare and moved them successfully to the CVS Data center removing all the security vulnerabilities which was quite challenging .Rewrote around 40 applications from Obsolete Technology to newer MVC framework with ASP.NET .
With my Experience , i have been to multiple domains, multiple technology , and recently moved to Service-Now development through which i am strong in ITIL concepts .Learning a new technology is not a big deal as it has been always happening in my career . As well, i have worked with Target where i have seen Waterfall to Agile Transition and with Omnicare , i have seen Acquisition of companies ,Data center migration, adoption of newer process. These are my very unique experience which helped me learn a lot which other professionals wouldn't have been through
I’m just going to be completely honest here. CVS will work you like a dog for very little compensation. They only allow stores a certain amount of “hours” that can be on the weekly schedule. So, essentially, they’re being cheap and don’t want to pay more in salaries than the limit they set. This means your store will be constantly understaffed, and therefore customers will be more angry (due to scripts not being filled yet, minor mistakes being made, etc.) and you as the pharmacy technician will have to deal with this anger while trying to complete your other duties. You will constantly be doing the work of what should be several technicians, but since the hours are limited, you’ll be doing all of it on your own. Things could run way more smoothly if they just allowed more hours for people to work. It can be a nightmare at times. $13 per hour is NOT NEARLY enough for the stress, workload, and grief. Also my personal store is filthy and we get at least a dozen complaints a day to tidy up, but corporate still won’t OK hiring someone to clean the building. It’s absurd how cheap corporate can be.