On average, employees at Rite Aid give their company a 3.6 rating out of 5.0 - which is 8% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Rite Aid employees are Assistant Managers submitting an average rating of 4.7 and Pharmacists with a rating of 4.1.
"I had worked for Rite Aid for a little over three years. Its retail and pharmacy include and have many locations in western America. We put our full effort into delivering the medication to the patient in high pressure and fast pace environment. The medication had to go through a thorough check-out process before it reach the hand of the customer. We take pride in our work."
"During my interview I gave my availability of being able to close 2 nights a week and was told that they do the schedule 3-4 weeks in advance. When I started they then decided to have me close 5 nights a week while the favorite employees got to work dayshift which was not fair. They also only do the schedule week by week and the schedule came out Friday or Saturday for the following Sunday-Saturday. No work/life balance here I couldn't schedule what I needed to and when I had appointment they threw a fit about working my schedule around them."
"When I was hired into the company I only wanted to just be a sales associate, I had no experience on being a manager but I decided to take the Shift lead position. Upon being hired into the store I was told that there was not a general manager and that I’d be the only full time management here. Other managers from other stores stopped in and helped when they could but for the most part it was me and a full time sales associate and 2 part time associates. I make 11$ an hour and was expected to get the store in tip top shape even though I’m the only manager there beside the part time one. Once we finally got a general manager she was not happy how the store looked and blamed me for the most of it. Once I explained her the situation she was more understanding. I was there for 5 days and received my keys, I had absolutely no training on anything. Plus I just found out that pharmacy techs are getting 15$ an hour, while I’m only getting 11$ for being a manager. I know Pharmacy and Front End are different departments but we do the same amount of work."
"My own personal experience. At the beginning of the pandemic I saw management personnel saving toilet paper, sanitizer, etc for their friends in the stockroom and was yelled at when I attempted to report it. After that I was repeatedly written up for things that weren't true even though I could prove them with security tapes and/or documents, the store manager has consistently refused to look at them. Managers routinely curse, threaten, and verbally female cashiers that a particular manager doesn't like, female cashiers constantly quit. Male cashiers are treated great. Management are all female. A young, friendly female cashier was actually assaulted in the store by a customer who backed her against merchandise and stroked her shoulders and face and hair and manager saw it and laughed and walked away because she thought it was cute and funny that a man in his 60s would "go after" a young woman. It was another cashier that stopped it and told the man to get his hands off the woman. The young woman quit Rite Aid a week later. No Rite Aid management ever even asked her if she was all right."
"Been with Rite Aid for 7 1/2 years, they just hired a male shift and started him out at 2 dollars more than me. Then promoted a young 20 yr. old and gave her 25 cents over me, and she has only been there a year. Gave my 2 week notice and they are refusing to give me my 66 hour vacation pay, which I worked hard to get. How fair is that. Cheap company.........."
"RiteAid at this time has unrealistic views."
"I’ve worked at Rite Aid for 3 months. Overall, the company is an excellent resource for all of your needs. They just need organization and a person who is strong enough to lead the team. Patients were always upset due to medications not being ready. They need more people to be adequately trained and not just thrown in. Also there online training you just need to be demanding that you receive it. You only have a year from when you are certified as a trainee to become licensed or you have to start the process all over again. The district manager is great to help if you get a chance to utilize his expertise."
"I was an assistant store manager for Rite Aid. Due to my flexibility and progress, I was able to work in numerous different locations assisting daily operations. Certain site locations aren’t supported by district supervisors in the way they should be."
"I have worked for Rite Aid the last two years. I feel they keep making the wrong choices again and again. They hire people with no retail management experience and it shows through the every day struggle of the company."
"Not happy as I would love"
"I have worked for Rite Aid for over 15 years. I transferred from one DC to another and have run across some pretty nice people. The jobs here are fairly easy to complete, but sometimes during peak season, the workload could get a little heavy."
"Average Company ........."
"I started with Rite Aid as a pharmacy manager with great expectations. They gave me so much fulse information. I was supposed to be a salary employee. Later they subtract 12 hours, instead of one day, for the vacation time I was promissed to have. The worst part was they never told me about it untill the time they asked me to accept it. They have a system of pharmacist accepting any mistake, while there is no other options. They pay less than Mc Donalds for the new hourly hirees and expect technicians to stay and do the very tough job with so much responsibility with no real compensation; and if it doesn't happen it is the pharmacy manager fault. I had to work 9-9, which I ususally started earlier and didn't leave untill the store was getting closed, with no appreciation, no lunch or brake time. The ambience of the pharmacy was unbareable. As I told my boss instead of working I feel I am in an interigation room all the time."
"Rite Aid is fraught with debt, as such, they are cutting technician hours as well as rearranging schedules. An example of this is a store that used to be 8am to 10pm with 4 hours of overlap is now an 8am to 8pm store with no overlap. These two things are driving the ability to work with patients on a one-on-one basis downhill. Additionally, they have shared QA/Data entry, which isn't a problem in itself; however, you may need to review or type for other stores before you can clear you work que. The aforementioned debt leaves Rite Aid vulnerable to company buy-out where jobs are lost."
"To be completed at a future date."
Rite Aid has an overall rating of 3.6 Average Rating out of 5, based on over 129 Rite Aid Review Ratings left anonymously by Rite Aid employees, which is 8% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. 86% of employees would recommend working at Rite Aid.
Rite Aid employees earn $30,000 annually on average, or $14 per hour, which is 55% lower than the national salary average of $66,000 per year. 33 Rite Aid employees have shared their salaries on CareerBliss. Find Rite Aid Salaries by Job Title.
86% of employees would recommend working at Rite Aid with the overall rating of 3.6 out of 5. Employees also rated Rite Aid 3.3 out of 5 for Company Culture, 3.2 for Rewards You Receive, 3.1 for Growth Opportunities and 3.6 for support you get.
According to our data, the highest paying job at Rite Aid is a Senior Vice President at $300,000 annually. Browse Rite Aid Salaries by Job Profile.
According to our data, the lowest paying job at Rite Aid is a Photo Lab Associate at $14,000 annually. Browse Rite Aid Salaries by Job Profile.
According to reviews on CareerBliss, employees commonly rated the pros of working at Rite Aid to be Company Culture, Growth Opportunities, People You Work With and Person You Work For, and no cons.
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