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If you were to leave Walgreens, what would be the reason?

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  • There are a handful of reasons to do leave, to name a few. Low wage is probably one of the reasons for sure. I have been working at Walgreens for over four years, and every year I was consistently getting a good performance review for annual raise, yet I am still getting paid the same rate as any newly hired as we speak. Lack of labor hours more work needs to complete. Ungrateful and entitled customers, while most customers weren't like that, but there are always a few of those customers that they think just because they are the customers, so they are always right, and no one can tell them what to do such as following store policy to wear a mask during an ongoing pandemic.

  • Zero work/life balance as a store manager. Walgreens has cut out the resources in stores and make these new roles to “help support.” Nope. That just created additional work loads for the store manager to onboard and train. It’s a boys’ club. The pay is unfair. Store managers are now starting out at a higher rate than I left the company making. My only wish is I had quit sooner!

  • Very little pay for the amount of work the workers do,

  • The pay isn’t great and there isn’t enough staff. It’s a revolving door with how many people come in and out of Walgreens. Very stressful.

  • The Laurel location has favoritism going on. Improper training and unprofessional atmosphere behind closed doors. Management picks who to overload work upon. Some work u bothered and others run around like a chicken with the head cut off! Jealousy and intimidation causes Management to be personal instead of professional.

  • A 19 year old getting special treatment which will be my reason soon.

  • Management makes all the difference.

  • It would be me as a mother working 9 days in a row as a shift lead. Way too much work and not enough pay.

  • When hours are cut, go to UNEMPLOYMENT and file for underemployment. Walgreens will have to pay for it. They will increase your hors then

  • Honestly, there are more reasons to quit than there is reasons to stay. I would state a few, but everyone else covered all of them. To put it simply I'm going to quote a line from the character Morgan Jones from the show "The Walking Dead" : "Everyone turns."

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