Shoppers Drug Mart
Happiness score is 55 out of 100
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189 questions about working at Shoppers Drug Mart
Minimum number of hours depend on the store hours and the front store manager. Cashiers tend to have the fewest number of hours in front store.
Answered 5 July 2017
If not favorite of association all evenings and weekends
Answered 23 March 2017
Train mamagement on managing their stress and to treat staff with respect!!!!!
Answered 20 March 2017
All employees including management are ridiculously overworked. The store itself is so understaffed that everyone is worked to the bone at all times. Supervisors are supposed to manage the entire store while being assigned an undoable amount of other tasks. Many of my coworkers felt they couldn’t even take their breaks or lunches because there was too much to do. Very tense and stressful work environment, unpleasant customers. Cashiers are forced to wait by self checkout machines and scan products out there instead of behind the register just to achieve corporate’s numbers. You will never be thanked for any work you do, and no matter how much you manage to complete in a shift it is never enough which becomes very stressful. Schedules usually not put out until about 2 days before the new work week, days off are denied for no reason, and availability change requests are ignored. There is no respect for the employees, no gratitude shown, and far too much expected for the minimum wage compensation. Even if you have a good manager, they are often so stressed from being overworked as well that they simply cannot focus on creating a pleasant work environment. It’s depressing.
Answered 20 March 2017
There's no room for growth
Answered 16 October 2018
Uniform mostly, the employee needs to provide just black pants and shoes
Answered 10 November 2018
No sick time available
Answered 26 October 2018
30% off unless sale price is higher and a great discount at pharmacy
Answered 19 March 2017
Yea they allow for flexible working hours
Answered 17 December 2018
Bleak. They only care about profits
Answered 25 October 2018
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