Walgreens, like most other corporate retailers, offers a corporate work culture. Days are generally busy with periodic lulls in customer volume. They put an emphasis on customer service and making sure they have repeat business. Turnover can be high, especially among younger employees While the company offers decent benefits and a profit sharing plan that's hard to beat, wages are often low. While the company used to have a focus on the growth of leadership from within the company, offering mentorship programs and education opportunities for personnel trying to go into pharmacy or get tech certification, that's slowed down in recent years. Despite this, Walgreens generally maintains a culture where management is willing to help employees learn and grow as professionals.
Good Management, great benefits