It's really not bad, and I think NexGen is a pretty efficient system. The efficiency of the store really depends on the store. I guess the only bad thing about Rite Aid is McKesson and how it doesn't do that good of a job.
Because you can never find anything in their stores, excluding the cases of beer. Those are right in front of your face as you walk into the stores round here. Their handy items, on the other hand, are not handy whatsoever. It takes a rocket scientist to locate the simplest things like Q-tips. I'll ask for a guided tour next time I go to Rite Aid.
there is everything wrong with rite aid as there are with other chains, this is a pointless argument because either you work in a good store with decent coworkers or you dont. news flash, you can get that at cvs or walgreens.
btw in buffalo they get paid 30 dollars an hour. but thats just here