We’ve all been in the applicant hot seat before. Sweaty palms, stuttering, cracking voices, and nervous ticks.
Applying for a new job, position, or career never fails to cause anxiety and stress for pharmacists and students alike. Continue reading “5 Interview Answers Every Executive Pharmacist Must Have”
Work became a living nightmare, and I was on the verge of quitting.
I desperately needed to hire an A-Player Pharmacy Technician ASAP.
Continue reading “Why Pharmacy Managers Should Hire Newbies”
You’ve just graduated, pharmacist license on its way via snail mail. Your classmates and peers flood the market, clawing and scratching for every job offer.
Continue reading “The Job Offer – A New Pharmacist’s Worst Nightmare”
There will be days that you fear opening up your pharmacy. You have no idea what awaits behind closed doors.
Continue reading “Re: Retail Pharmacy Inspiration”
Attention: Staff Pharmacists and Managers
Do you ever think to yourself, “I wish my technicians would step up and do more at the pharmacy?” Would your job be more manageable if you didn’t have to constantly take over and do everything?
Continue reading “The Secret Behind Pharmacy Accountability”
I’m a beast at what I do because mediocrity bores me. As a new Pharmacist and Manager, I made up for my lack of experience with energy and enthusiasm.
Continue reading “An Ode To Beast Mode”
The masses will ponder, “Why do pharmacists make so much money?”
“What do they really do?” they ask, as they sit and Google about the pharmacist’s roles and responsibilities.
Continue reading “Why Do Pharmacy Managers Make So Much Money?”
People pursue corporate retail pharmacy for the wrong reasons:
- Less clinical, “easier” work
- Higher salaries
- No money to open up their own business Continue reading “How Retail Pharmacy Sank to the Bottom of the Profession”