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1,435 questions about working at Walgreens
What we love most about Walgreens is the size and scale of the organization. You can find endless opportunities locally with our nearly 9,000 retail locations. At the support center level, the work you do helps support our stores and make impacts on the communities we serve.
Answered by Walgreens
May 11, 2022
There is no work/life balance for store managers in today's environment. As a manager, you have to cover every call-out and crisis. Every other associate can plan a vacation and let you know what dates, but as a manager you have to work around everyone else. No one supports our level of management. The District manager can plan their time of with another District manager "covering". I was lucky to have a supportive staff to allow me vacation time in the past but due to Covid and the fact that people simply do not want to work in a retail environment, that has changed. My fellow store managers are in the same situation. Everybody is tired and there is no incentive to give extra because we don't get paid to work extra. Honestly I would work extra to help another struggling if I got paid for it. Walgreens simply doesn't care if Store Managers are happy and have a life outside of work. There is no plan in place to help us with this.
Answered March 15, 2017
There are yearly reviews, which determine yearly raises. I’ve always earned great reviews, but the yearly raise is minimal. After I put in my notice (for MANY reasons), I found out some store managers are starting at a higher rate than I’m leaving the company at after 7 years. Maybe you’ll be the lucky ones…or you’ll do more for less.
Answered June 12, 2016
There are a lot of tasks and not enough hours in a day (or just in general honestly) to complete them. While stressful, it makes the day go by quickly. You are constantly on the run from one end of the store to the other between opening bathrooms, grabbing second register, attending to photo, and if you are management, grabbing cash calls and customer issues. Within pharmacy, the phones are constantly ringing, there is no end to the phone calls. If you like to stay busy, this job is fantastic. Unfortunately, it is also retail. You will have coworkers who don't run, and leave a lot of it on your shoulders.
Answered March 15, 2020
Current company wage is $15. However, this will not be implemented company-wide until November 2022.
Answered April 7, 2017
You are liable to work 9 days in a row as ashift lead so if you cant do that this isnt the job for you.
Answered March 15, 2020
Unpaid half hour lunch, never got any 10 or 15 min breaks. Varies by manager and store.
Answered July 15, 2016
Khaki pants and sneakers. Walgreens shirt
Answered December 17, 2020
After applying online I was contacted for an interview over the phone.
Answered February 25, 2016
I average as an sfl (shift lead) 45-50 hours per week, it depends on your store, position, and store manager as to what your hours are. In our area leadership is the only position with guaranteed 40 hours per week.
Answered January 11, 2017
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