Rite Aid Benefits
- The Rite Aid “My Benefits Center” service is designed for employees of Rite Aid to manage their insurance benefits
- The first time, the ID number is the employee’s ID number, and their password is their date of birth (in MMDDYY format)
- Employees will need to have pop ups enabled on their computer to ensure the My Benefits site works properly
Rite Aid employees can use the My Benefits center to add beneficiaries to their insurance, change their Rite Aid insurance elections, and more. For employees visiting the Rite Aid benefits center web site for the first time, they will need to login using an ID and password. The Rite Aid My Benefits web site works best on computers set up with a screen resolution that’s 1280 by 600 pixels.
Rite Aid Benefits Comments
- The Rite Aid My Benefits web site is only open to current employees to access, and any unauthorized access is punishable by law
- Free to use but requires an email address upon registration
More important things to know about Rite Aid:
- Rite Aid currently has over 4,500 locations across the United States
- Currently in talks to merge with Walgreens, which would make the drug store the largest in America
- Started as one drug store in Scranton, Pennsylvania with the name of “Thrift D Discount Center”
Founded in September of 1962, Rite Aid is an American drug store chain that’s a Fortune 500 company. The company is currently the largest drug store on the US East Coast, and the third largest drug store in the United States. Rite Aid has an annual revenue of over $25 billion every single year. In the early 2000s, Rite Aid went through an accounting scandal that saw many top employees be fired and face jail time, including the CEO Martin Grass, who is the son of Walgreen’s founder Alex Grass. Any questions about Rite Aid benefits can be directed to 717-761-2633.