Pharmacy tech/ cashier (Former Employee) – Merritt, BC – 24 November 2017
Was going good but then some how all of a sudden everything went down hill even when I wasn't working.so I don't ry know what else to say like I am glad that I don't come home stressed about looking my job because of someone else mistake.
If you dont fit in the first day you probably wont.
Clerk (Current Employee) – Surrey, BC – 22 November 2017
You need to be punctual and improve communication skills with the customers. Also, you need the desired professionalism as well. Moreover, shelving and filing are what I normally spend most of my time working.
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 8 November 2017
I helped open this store when it first opened. It was a great experience to see something from start to finish. I worked as a pharmacy technician in the store front area. I learned a lot not just about Pharmasave and the operational aspect of it but also medication, processing it and how to properly help people with it. The management at times busy were quite good with a friendly work environment for myself and my peers. The hardest part of the job was having to go back and forth between the post office and pharmacy when I was required to cover both. The most enjoyable part was the people I saw and worked with everyday.
Pharmasave Customer Service (Current Employee) – Ladner, BC – 7 September 2017
Pharmasave was a well paced work place. I learnt how to work a lottery machine and hand out lottery tickets and cigarettes. I stocked shelves and dusted shelves. Being in a small community i got to know the regulars. I appreciated the competitive pricing Pharmasave offers. The staff are friendly and welcoming.
It's a great job as far as retail goes, and provides a safe environment to work
Customer Service Representative/Supervisor (Current Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 25 June 2017
It's a good place to work, the company does its best to provide safety and security. Most people are great to work with and those that are not are let go. Longer you work there, the more the work increases but pay does not. raises are not reflective of what is asked, this is an issue with the company who owns the store, not pharmasave itself. It's also just a general retail issue.
customer care servicer and Pharmacy Assistant (Current Employee) – Prince George, BC – 17 June 2017
The job starts out great with nice people but massive work loads. I was guaranteed full time work but as the years went on new staff was hired, that's when the workplace became toxic to be at. So even though on the outside it seems like a great place to work at.... you can get the short end of the stick and get treated very poorly
Shipper/Receiver (Former Employee) – Kingston, NS – 18 April 2017
The management was amazing! very outgoing atmosphere, very much like a family. Hours were great mon-friday and very flexable with appointment times. Enjoyed learning this new job the training was great!
Cashier (Former Employee) – Dryden, ON – 31 March 2017
I was employed with pharmasave for 3 years and it was an amazing place to be when working and when just visiting other employees. Coming into work was always a good experience. On a regular day I would be expected to watch the register, help customers find their needed products, clean the store, fill the pop machine, and redesign various displays in the giftware section. I was always busy and always felt needed. The other employees were always supportive in and out of work and became like family.