CVS Complaint - Wrongfully Terminated
SUMMERFIELD, NORTH CAROLINA -- My wife joined the CVS team in October of 2008 as a Nationaly Certified Pharmacy Tech but to CVS she was just a cashier their excuse for not using her skills as a pharmacy tech and paying her as one was she had to complete the CVS training before she could work as a pharmacy tech, CVS controls your training and to hold you back they just simply don't send you to training. She worked as a cashier and then one day she was short a few dollars on her register and they put her on "cash control", anything over 3 dollars short or over requires cash control, they took her off cash control a month later. A month or so later she was short a few dollars again, then they suspended her two days and then brought her back paid her for her suspension days and put her on cash control again then last Sunday she was short a few dollars again, just four days before her cash control was up again and they terminated her after making her wonder about her employment or lack of for two days.
Realisticly she was not their idea of a CVS employee, she is a insulin dependent diabetic and missed some time due to her sugar levels. So now we are without health insurance and we are both diabetics, they never gave her her 6 month raise held her in a cashier position rather than what she was trained for, they used unqualified personnel as pharmacy techs and basically accused her of stealing less tan 20 dollars over a period of months, they were looking for a reason and as humans sometimes do she made some mistakes and gave them their reason.
She worked for Walgreens for 4 years with no problems also with a health insurance provider for the medicare part D program approving prescriptions in accordance to the published formulary with no problems but failed to with stand the pressure from the Devil of Pharmaceutical Retailers CVS. Unkind, uncaring, underpaying corporation know as CVS will still thrieve because they know this type of approach to employees has little impact on their bottom line stepping on the little person means absolutely nothing to CVS. However it is the little guy that pay their bills and they are welcomed with open arms provided you do not work for them