Pharmacist Intern (Former Employee) – Coral Springs, FL 33071 – October 18, 2018
I worked for walgreens right out of high school. I went from being a cashier to being a pharmacy intern. I was hoping to become a pharmacist as well but things did not work out as planned. good company.
Sales associate (Former Employee) – Clovis, CA – October 18, 2018
The Walgreens I worked at was awful. Our GM did nothing for the store. We have three good managers but two of them quit due to the poor treatment of employees at the store. The training is insufficient for many of the jobs. The only way to advance your career at my store was to suck up to the management. I would not recommend working at the store in Clovis NM.
Easy-going workplace provided you get your work done.
Service Clerk/Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) – Burlington, KY – October 18, 2018
During my time working at Walgreens I was also a student. I came in when I could and the management was good about working around my schedule. I did a lot of different things on the job. They train you pretty much everywhere in the store, which I see as becoming very well-rounded and gave me the ability to do whatever I was asked. I normally worked in the photo department, which meant customer service, dealing with the printers and printing software, as well as building photo items themselves. Overall, I loved the atmosphere and the workplace as a whole.
fun work place great people and your able to help people with problems
Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) – Decatur, GA – October 18, 2018
GOOD company to work for. Team work is not always used. GOOD learning job. THE pharmacy is great and also have great tech pharmacy which all members are of management must do .I work photo lab reciveing .I had to two in th pharmacy every day. I did 5min meeting every morning.
in house trianing and hands as well.i love pepople also which made my job easier
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI – October 18, 2018
Enjoyed interacting with customers, however the hours a store manager works are a little excessive. Compensation used to be good, but the salary structure and bonus structure were changed. Upper management was always super critical, and all they did was make cuts in payroll and good personnel.
I enjoyed being a service clerk at Walgreen's because I was able to tend to the needs of the customer. Walgreens is a calm nearly stressless environment. and I would recommend them to anyone looking for employment
Shift Leader (Former Employee) – Michigan – October 18, 2018
The first six months I worked were great except for the fact I made $12.50/hr, but gave a $25/hr effort and it was never good enough. I transferred to another store and had 2 bosses, both were very dishonest to me.
SHIFT LEAD (Current Employee) – Canton, OH – October 17, 2018
It's a nice place to work however you may work holidays, weekends, and nights. Corporate however does have a strict hold on employee say in what they can and can't do in the workplace. Still a nice place to work though.
front end (Former Employee) – Goleta, CA – October 17, 2018
Small to no rise. Manger pressures college student to work more hours than they can which leads to a high turn over rate. Manger does not acknowledge staff suggestion to improve store. Employees are not held accountable when calling out leading to staffing issues. the manger is a micro manger and harasses employees constantly.
impossible to get fired due to lack of accountably
uncaring staff, lack of staff, and terrible management
With it being busy at Walgreens it makes the day go by so much faster . You don’t even realize that you’ve been working all day which is a good thing because you aren’t worried about what time you leave