Budgets were released for 2018 payroll. Its bad. My store currently does average of 65-70k a week in fs and 2000+ scripts a week. We were running at a fs payroll budget average of 270-290 my new weekly budget is 261-264 per week. Making an already difficult job even harder, im in CA btw. The metrics will not be lowered and the standards have to remain the same. Time to go work elsewhere, or sue CVS for certain things they violate. Everybody talk to your DL and see what you have in store
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I'm not sure who stared this thread about CVS, the only thing I see different is CVS firing some of their DM, the budgets for running the stores seems to always get cut EVERY YEAR, if you can run a store on less budgeted hours they are going to do it. If CVS can hire someone for less money than what these fired DM were making, why not? WHAT COMPANY would NOT do that? So, again, how are/have things changed since the talk about buying Aetna out?
I'm minimum hour store 182 hours cut to 167.
Got my budgets today. 24hr store, 75k/week. Looking at 350-360... 15 less than now, not nearly as bad as I was thinking
My store makes 40-50 a week & we only get 202 and do 2k scripts a week. Welcome to Florida!!! ( where upper management makes up their own rules)
New Manager, your dm has you’re yearly budget. You take the budget and divide by 52 thats your labor budget weekly. Green sheets will not be updated properly until February
As a fairly new manager, is there a way I can check this from my store? Are my greensheets updated or do I have to ask the DM?
I also second this. My store does 55k a week and is now classified as minimum staffing 255 hours a week. My DM said “im sorry this isnt right, but there is nothing i can do” he sounded deflated
So, how are we to achieve this? Something has to give, right?
"The metrics will not be lowered and the standards have to remain the same."