Pros: benefits, flexibility
Cons: short breaks
While working at CVS, I learned the true meaning of customer service. My daily goals were to provide the best service to each individual customer and attend to their needs. A typical day at work included maintaining the front end of the store, processing all payments, including cash, debit, credit, money gram, and EBT, locating products for customers, – more... unloading inventory, stocking items, and being a photo technician.
My management were very flexible at times. My co-workers all strived for providing the best service for our customers.
The hardest part of working at CVS was dealing with sometimes stressful situations. Being a photo technician, our busiest time of year for photo processing is Christmas time. During that time our photo machine kept breaking and photo orders kept piling up. It was hard disappointing customers but at the same time being honest about when they will receive their photo order.
The most enjoyable part of working at CVS was knowing that I provided each customer with an attentive attitude and strived to fulfill their needs. – less