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How much and how often is a raise at Walgreens?

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They used to give you a raise every 6 months until you reach the highest rate. Then it was every year.
Only management and lead tech got bonuses

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You can get a raise once every year. Raises are based on performance. Achieving expectations is you are doing what you are suppose to. Scoring higher than that with Exceeding and Outstanding expectations will land you a higher percentage which will give you a better raise. I, myself has been on a pay freeze for a few years, but if you perform well, Walgreens will cut you a bonus check. Last year I received a $1,400 bonus check from my review. I have gotten promoted since then, so this year I will definitely get a raise. It pays to be a high preformer!

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Raises are extremely hard to get for long term employees. Once you hit the top of the pay scale, you can expect to start making less as your costs raise and you get nothing in return.

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I've been with Walgreens for almost 6 years and every year I have had a review I received a raise. As of now all raises are pay on performance, the amount varies depending on your review score. My advice is when you rate yourself be honest with your feedback & scoring- back up what you say. If you take it serious your score/reasoning could sway how your SM or ASM score you. That's your time to run down why you're worth your money.

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You get a raise every year

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Once a year but it's not much unless you get a really good score on your yearly review. Walgreens is greedy when it comes to money. Customer associates get paid nothing and do most of the work, while managers don't do anything and get paid well and get good raises.

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Barely anything you only get about if your lucky .25 cents. The company doesn't like to give out raises but want the staff members to work hard and get no bonus except for store manager and asm

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Raises are based on performance. A review is done each year and you can earn a dollar or more if you are a great worker. You'd have to go for higher positions if you want more money or simply ask your manager if a raise is possible, they'll work with you if you are a good worker and know that you need it. I started out in 2013 making $10/hour it's now 2017 and I make $17/hour

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No raises for long time employees. Be prepared to see that every year you make less do to expenses

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Raises are once a year at review time, unless you do get promoted. The most you can get for a regular yearly raise is $0.25. Raises for promotions fluctuate depending on many different factors. Hope this helps! ASMT

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