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11 questions about working at Walgreens
Expect to be bombarded with emails relating to metrics and performance daily. Metrics are more important than accuracy as long is there is no STARS event. Emails from supervisors and leads questioning your personal life and family matters that could be related to you performance issues. Tech pay is low leading to high turnovers and little help. Metrics are a top concern from the time you arrive at work until you leave. The environment is incredibly toxic and stressful.
Answered March 15, 2020
It all depends on your management, they make or break your stores engagement
Answered February 25, 2016
No one speaks English anymoreIts ridiculous. Employees speak Spanish..no ingles
Answered November 12, 2016
I felt like it was a wake up call for WALGREENS!
Answered January 11, 2017
I loved going to work everyday
Answered October 25, 2017
Very good future working for Walgreens
Answered October 18, 2017
It depends on where you are hired. New hires weren't welcome at the time of my hiring in the call center. There is agitation on the trainers end being responsible for a large groups of people. The training is so inefficient there's a large increase of errors in the ques, which leads to more work for others. Other employees are irritated that groups aren't being trained quickly enough to transition to live calls and help out. Leads openly discuss how pathetic the performances of hires are in learning modules and share there scores with friends in passing on the work floor. It's not uncommon to be ignored completely by leads in the group chats when they are burned out from questions.
Answered May 29, 2018
We are supposed to be focused on patients and customer service but it is actually all about the dollar.
Answered November 16, 2018
It was okay. Repetitious, but okay. If you get the right people to work with, then it makes the job manageable.
Answered September 24, 2018
Mangerment are flexible and understating to your needsYou must be proactive and asks question if you don't know company policy and conduct.The company follow the law so you must know your rights even when the management abuses it.This is only a temporary job. It is okay to leave any time but if you want a good reference in the future, you should consider leave in a good note.
Answered December 18, 2018
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