Culture d'entreprise à Shoppers Drug Mart / Pharmaprix : questions et réponses

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Les meilleures questions sont spécifiques à l'entreprise Shoppers Drug Mart / Pharmaprix.
  • Comment décririez-vous l'environnement de travail et la culture d'entreprise?
  • Quels sont les horaires de travail?
  • Quels sont les quelques conseils pour réussir l'entretien?

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I worked full time for 2 years in the downtown core. When I first started it was a very friendly and positive atmosphere, but I left after a lot of my coworkers had left and it really didn't feel the same. Management is tricky to handle, not open to hearing any complaints either and don't expect newcomers to train or learn as much as the older employees creating a difficult environment amongst coworkers. All shoppers are owned separately, so I'm sure other locations are a little more fair, but the store I worked at was very cheap, especially after the minimum raise. I knew people who had been working there 2-3 years prior to the wage increase and were making the same amount as people hired on with zero experience. Supervisors only made 60 cents more, assistant managers barely more than that. So if you are looking for something to fill time between jobs or aren't sure when exactly to leave, I wouldn't recommend working beyond the one year point. Having the extra year of work really did not impact my life in any way professionally or financially.

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Help your customer and should respect the culture all of them (customer and worker).

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It could be great if the management knew what they were doing and had an actual understanding of what the company expects. Management was very disorganized and was constantly changing their minds on things when they were told by the higher-ups that they were doing their job wrong, which was always.

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Not knowing if you have enough staff to cover the operational needs of the business in any given shift. Also not knowing if you're going into work and it may be your last day, as they tend to let employees go without warning.

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