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How much and how often is a raise at Walgreens?

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I do more than expected and got.29 cent raise. Not enough to keep me here any longer

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I'm seeing that the raises change on job capabilities.

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Every four hours 15 minutes eight hours a half hour plus a 15 minute.

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Now I'm concerned a about raises. I all though believe if you do your job right and complain very seldom. The money will come

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What state do you all live in I got 3 raises my first year working for busting my butt in photo i even got promoted the middle of that year to head of photo i have been woth the company for 4 years and am going on 3 years as shift lead I started at $8.75 got to about 12.75 then became shift lead and have been shift lead for almost 3 years and make $15.25 maybe my store manager and DM are generous ppl but when I got my 3 raises my first year that was corprate not my store manager and I only scored a 3.5 on my last evaluation and got almost a 50 cent raise

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Walgreens does not give raises on performance. They give raises bases on favoritism and brown nosing

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The reality is they don’t pay you for all the responsibility they expect you to do on a daily basis. Shift leads are so under paid for the job they are ask to do. For a company that makes so much money you think they would pay you more instead they expect to much and pay you less. They don’t take care of there employees.

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When you received a raise it was only fifteen cents to a quarter for a raise .

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No raises for pharmacists starting 2018. Explanation is taking care of hourly employees. No further comment.

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At the time of the hiring we would negotiate that and agree upon it

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