CVS Complaint - Unfair treatment of Employee
CLARKSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA -- CVS Pharmacy terminated my husband after 20 years of excellent service with them. With no warning. The reason for his termination was changed 3 times, the reason that they finally stuck with was that he had one of his employees titled wrong in the computer. She was titled as a photo lab supervisor instead of a shift supervisor. The real kicker is that my husband (the store manager) informed his supervisor last year that he was going to train and certify this particular employee on the modules needed to open and close the store to help cover shifts, because he had lost 2 other shifts. His supervisor was very much aware of this action and not once did he mention to my husband that this was a violation of Company Policy and would end up causing his termination. This employee has been carrying keys to this store for approx 9 months and nothing was said about it. There was no loss from her carrying keys, no problems what so ever. His immediate supervisor lied about knowing this employee was opening and closing the store. What a joke, is he completely blind as to what is going on in the stores in his district.
My husband has been a manager for CVS for 20 years and has an EXCELLENT company record. Every store he has managed has made money. He has always done everything asked of him, from going away for 3 weeks to help in other stores, helping other managers straighten up their stores, help with other inventories in different stores etc. He has managed for CVS in Northern VA, Washington DC, Maryland and finally here in West Virgina, where we moved to raise our children near their family.
This is unfair, and unjust treatment to my husband. What a ridicoulous reason to terminate an employee who has always given 100% to his job and spent the last 20 years of his life with. this company.
It sickens me that companies are so selfish and so uncaring of their good employees.
My husband is a strong person and this has only made him stronger mentally and most importantly in his faith in our Lord and Savior. God will take care of our family but it breaks my heart that his immediate supervisors cared so little about him as a person and his performace. Simply he could have just rectified the situation by changing this employees code in the computer instead of terminating him. Approx 1 week after he was let go, this same employee was changed in the computer and is now titled shift supervisor.
How CVS can justify this is beyond me and my understanding. An the amazing thing is approx 3 weeks before he was let go, he received a raise and was given excellent ratings on his review...
I will not now nor will I ever give another dime to CVS because of this unfair treatment.