1. When there's a huge computer, phone, or other technology screw-up that impacts our customer service and puts us a half-day behind, why is there never any accountability? If I messed up so royally in my job on such a regular basis, I'd be in serious trouble. But all we get from these fiascos is, "sorry for the inconvenience, thanks for being patient." These people want us to believe that these glitches are unexplainable, and we just have to hang in there. I'm NOT BUYING that CRAP anymore.
2. When someone is fully aware that their prescription needs a doctor approval, or a prior authorization, or some other Act of God before it can be filled, and simply shows up without calling first and watches in amusement as I frantically search for something that just ain't gonna be there, no way, no how.
3. When I e-mail someone in management with a legitimate question or concern, why can't they simply hit the 'reply' button and send me a one-line, simple response?.... even if it's only to say, "I got your message and I'll get back to you."
4. When a customer sends me on a long, time-consuming wild goose chase to get their cheap prescription changed to something that will be covered without a copay, because they inexplicably came to the pharmacy with no money. However, said customer is adorned with piercings, tattoos, jewelry, exotic nails and a smart phone.
5. In these days of high unemployment, when a pharmacy employee can't condescend to do their freakin' job. Show up on time, not 15 minutes later. And get up and go wait on that customer who, whether you like it or not, provides the revenue to keep you employed here.
6. Cameron Diaz. She's apparently one of Hollywood's highest paid actresses. When was the last time she was in a movie that anyone wanted to see?