Cashier (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – April 3, 2013
At Pharmaprix, I was working during school, I was a cashier but most of the time I would be responsible for the photo lab since I enjoyed doing it and knowing how the printer and computer works. Some of the employees did not like the photo lab therefore I started to work in the photo lab on the weekends. I would sometimes refill the inventory when there was no clients, and at the end of the shift I would have to count my cash with the manager and make sure it balanced.
Offer an excellent customer service (Former Employee) – Aylmer, QC – February 3, 2016
the pharmaprix I was at were doing about 150-200 prescriptions a day. was never too busy, sometimes boring since I had done everything so quickly. butable to do a lot of things as a pharmacy assistant such as the enventory, expiry dates on medications, able to get information on the transfers instead of always sending it to pharmacist to get all informations, e.t.c .
people are understanding, they help you if needed, go through things if not understood properly.
also learned a lot from where we would order the medicartions, when it would come in, how to check things on their systems..
only left because i moved, the job has nice, the people were nice, management were very respectful and helping, this place was awesome to work at. they cared for their employees and you felt it, i really appreciated working there.
Clerk/Cashier (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – November 27, 2015
Pharmaprix is a interactive work environment. Co-workers and management are all very dependable, tasks are normally split in within the team judging by the employees skills. The hardest part of the job is communication, with a lot of employees miscommunication can easily occur. The most enjoyable part is pleasing the customers and getting the work done adequately.
great first job to learn responsibility and business basics
clerk\cashier\photo lab (Former Employee) – montreal – September 21, 2015
I started as a clerk stocking shelves and receiving shipments. I then went on to cashier learning the register and spending more time with customers. I finished my time as a photo lab technician which gave me a chance to learn some new developing negatives and helping customers with photo touch terminals.
Commis au comptoir postal (Current Employee) – Longueuil, QC – June 21, 2015
I didn't learn much, but it was, overall, a pleasant experience.
A typical day at work was getting there, opening the computer system, placing all the futile toys/cards/stamps/books that the supervisor was trying to sell for many years but in vain. Serve clients, get complaints about the inefficient mailmen, serve clients again. Do clerk job because theres not enough clerks in the store. Close the store and store all the futile stuff mentioned earlier.
Head Cashier/Cashier (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – January 13, 2015
I loved doing my job and making sure I gave a great customer service to each of the clients that came to my counter. I made sure that every cashier that I had to supervise gave the same service. I showed the example and always worked in a team.
Cosmetician (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – December 8, 2014
Working at Pharmaprix is a pleasure. The team is friendly, respectful, and always work together as a team. I enjoy going to work every day knowing that when my clients leave, they have a better day. However sometimes with the policies, there is not much I can do, and knowing that the client isn’t satisfied does not give me the greatest feeling. Therefore, I've learn to always smile and do my best no matter how much control I have over a situation.
cashier for the lab (Current Employee) – Greenfield Park – November 23, 2014
I work as a cashier in the lab but I also search for and give Rx's to clients. I refer them to the pharmacist for councelling. I file all the Rx's and prepare all the Rx's to be delivered the next day. I have to keep work area clean. I work with the technicians and the pharmacists.
working with a great team.
clients sometimes get angry and frustrated while waiting or paying for their medications.
Caissière (Current Employee) – Montreal, Qc – August 27, 2014
Pharmaprix is a good place for a first job. I learned how to deal with client and how to be effective. The coworker are great. The supervisors are helping and do their job in a good way. The hardest part of the job, is the first of the month.This day, a great number of people come for their Opus Card and usually the promotion fall this day. The first times, it was hard to deal with the stress and this number of people, but with time, it became less overwhelming