Service Clerk (Current Employee) – Rochester, PA – October 11, 2013
A typical day at work would start out with reviewing yesterday's reports. Then I have several tasks throughout the day, such as stocking the shelves, pricing, making displays, and resets for the new products. I also have to have knowledge about my products to inform the customers. I work with customers throughout my entire day. Through working at Walgreen's, I learned to have patience, active listening, and multitasking skills. The managers get along with their employees very well. Everyone works as a team. The hardest part of my job is getting a customer that is not satisfied. In the contrary, the most enjoyable part of my job is to make the customers satisfied with my service I provided.
Walgreens has to be one of the worst places to work at for someone who is trying to go places in life. Pay sucks, schedule is alright. It is mediocre. Great for a person with no work experience whatsoever like a student who does not really need the money but is just working to have some extra pocket cash.
Shift Lead (Former Employee) – Mission, TX – June 25, 2016
Great place to work and advance. Managers will vary I had 2 good ones and one bad one. Co-workers in my area were bad. Hardest part of job was receiving and unloading the warehouse trucks, after that it was a breeze.
Give Customer Service (Former Employee) – El Dorado, AR – June 24, 2016
This was by the far the best job I ever had. If I ever had the opportunity to work for them again I definitely would. Walgreens hired me right out of high school. They have great benefits for all their workers.
Sales Associate/Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Lewes, DE – June 24, 2016
Most managers were very pleasant to work with, duties were straight-forward and independence could be earned through reliability. While the work was often stressful, the pharmacy had a positive and generally supportive culture.
Certified Family Nurse Practitioner/Clinic Manager (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – June 24, 2016
This is the best employer I have ever worked for. It is an extremely welcoming and nurturing environment. Management truly listens to it's employees and Providers and cares that we are happy in our jobs.
• Maintain up to date passenger records in customer database, making all necessary changes in status, client contact information, fare/rider type or other important field entries. • Able to bring order out of chaos and defuse emotionally-charged, disruptive situations. • Perform at a highly energetic level; self-motivated with a sense of timing and practical organizational methods to ensure efficiency of assignment completion.
Working at Walgreens on a daily basis is very fun yet educating. I have learned many different health, and pharmaceutical fundamentals with the year I have been with the company. The management there are highly understandable and very easy to work with. The most difficult part of my day on the job was be teaching myself patients when I first started working there, but working with the team I have completely changes my mood and day in the best way.
Beauty Advisor/Cashier (Current Employee) – Chesterfield, MO – June 23, 2016
It's a ok , the hours are flexible and they have great employee health benefits. I work with great people that I've grown to enjoy. We stay busy so work goes by fast. I really can't complain, it's a great place for college students or teenagers to work.
service associate/Beauty Advisor (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – June 23, 2016
They're open late, so the hours are flexible. It's easy work for minimum wage. Not a lot of room for advancement. The management was relatively lenient when it came to break times, deadlines, etc, which was OK if you're the one slacking but not OK if you're the one picking up after everyone else.