All things began well....
Shift Leader (voormalige medewerker) – St. Albans, NY – 21 mei 2018
Everyday, I was responsible for the overall safety and security of the building. Typical shift duties included department maintenance, cash handling, resolving customer/patient concerns, task delegation to crew members, post orders and invoices, food safety checklists, vendor processing, and overall store conditions. Walgreen's has a very comprehensive management training program on paper, but with it's best and brightest people leaving in droves due to issues behind the scene, the company has no choice but to fill the void with something less than it's best or it's brightest. This along with other factors has contributed to poor morale among employees. Customers/patients are beginning to notice that what used to be a welcoming healthcare facility has become a high pressure environment. Hence why people are leaving. They are smart enough to know the same, if not more, money can be made elsewhere in a significantly less stressful workplace. I loved my customers, I enjoyed teaching and developing my crew, but an increasingly stringent labor structure, coupled with the job becoming more labor intensive, had siphoned much of the love and the enjoyment out of the experience.