Pros: Flexible for school schedule, Great Benifits, and Great work environment
Cons: Work holidays, No set schedule
A typical day at Walgreens consists of helping customers in finding products that they are searching for and helping customers use the photo kiosks. Next, we are expected to review our work list for that specific day. Tasks often put on the work list include pulling bays and filling empty product on the shelf, pulling outdated merchandise, cleaning, and doing resets and revisions throughout the store. I've learned that working as a team is the best and only way to ensure the store runs most effective. Also, I have learned to multi task in order to be efficient. Management at Walgreens is always changing so I have had the privilege of seeing some very effective management styles to go along with some very poor management styles. Most of my co-workers have been great to work with and are willing to listen and work as a team with me. However, the few challenging co-workers I have dealt with have helped me develop the skills to not panic and to problem solve to figure out what I need to do to fix issues that may arise and not be communicated. The most difficult part of working at Walgreens is having to work holidays and not having a set schedule. The most enjoyable part of working at Walgreens has definitely been getting to work with so many amazing people.