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126 questions about working at Walgreens
The assessment test is the reason they are not getting good workers and turnover is high.
Answered February 6, 2017
Walgreens pays for your pharmacy technician license. While you are awaiting approval you complete learning modules and follow up tests. The training is on the job from random employees that have time to AUX into training and provide you with an examples.
Answered December 17, 2016
I believe the job can be done between (youngest) 16-18 because it shows young character and the drive that they have for future success.
Answered August 17, 2017
Horrible, the pharmacy manger that interviewed me told me clearly, I don’t like you but I need my kids to have days off, her Kids meaning her other employees whom She liked, with me she always gave me a hard time and tried many times to frame for stealing, she would hide controlled meds and claimed I must’ve taken them just for days later to be found near were she had been filling meds, still she would claim nope she put them back here.
Answered January 24, 2018
I started as a DH first (front end and only in pharm prn) wag provided me a refund upon tech trainee license approval including fingerprints for TX. then transferred as a tech trainee after a couple months. Did wag tech classes (a 4 hour class once a week for 4 weeks) before test. Took me about 6 months and passed just fine the wag classes gave me the extra confidence and math needed to pass.
Answered July 14, 2017
From my understanding, the drug test and background check are one time process in the recruitment procedure. But if any team member seeking to level up within the store they working at, it's best to speak with your manager.
Answered September 29, 2017
Yes they would love to have you because of your Walgreens experience
Answered September 9, 2017
My training as a cashier/beauty advisor was 100% on site at the store I was working at for 2 years.
Answered July 17, 2017
ASAP is preferred.
Answered August 25, 2017
Long multi interviews
Answered August 23, 2017
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