Diverse employees at Walgreens have rated Environment, Work Culture, and Team as the highest categories they have scored
Women at Walgreens have rated Environment, Team, and Work Culture as the highest categories they have scored
Walgreens employees are -28% more likely to recommend Walgreens as a great place to work
Working at Walgreens is rated highly by 1072 employees, across various culture aspects.
Overall Company Culture at Walgreens is rated D+
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Walgreens ranks in the Bottom 25% of other companies on Comparably with 10,000+ Employees for Overall Company Culture Score
Out of 2023 Walgreens employee reviews, 62% were positive. The remaining 38% were constructive reviews with the goal of helping Walgreens improve their work culture.
What did you like most about the interview process?It was like other interviews I had been on. "Tell me about a time a coworker was behind on their work, what did you do to help them and what was the outcome?" Questions like that. If you've had any type of work experience the questions are easy to answer.
What makes you most happy at work?I enjoy my job at least
What are some of the best things about your team?They do work together when they work
What's going wrong and how can it be improved?Tech's are overworked, expected to do just about everthing. There can be a long line and if someone comes over to the vaccination window you'll here the pharmacist say "you can join the line." I understand theyre busy as well, but if you see your tech's are swarmed with customers just sign them in!!
What do your coworkers need to improve and how could you work together better?Coworkers need to understand that all work is equal. Don't get upset because you have to help out in different areas in the pharmacy. Just like how you don't want the burden of doing every task neither do your team mates.
Why do you feel undervalued and what would make you feel better about your compensation?Yes I feel undervalued to the point of transferring
Drug retailing chain
To be America's most loved pharmacy-led health, wellbeing and beauty retailer.
To be America's most-loved pharmacy-led health, well-being and beauty company.
Walgreens was founded in 1901 and its current CEO is Rosalind Brewer. Since its inception 121 years ago, Walgreens has grown to 240000 employees.
1072 employees at Walgreens have reviewed Walgreens across various culture dimensions, providing their opinions on items ranging from executive ratings to the pace at work. The latest review was today.
Overall, the 1072 Walgreens employees give their leadership a grade of D+, or Bottom 25% of similar size companies on Comparably. This includes specific ratings of their executive team, CEO, and manager.
Employees at Walgreens are mostly dissatisfied with their total compensation at Walgreens, which includes a combination of pay, stock and equity, and benefits.
Overall, employees at Walgreens are generally satisfied with their team. 1072 Participants grade the quality of their coworkers a D+. Less than half believe the meetings at Walgreens are effective, and the majority look forward to interacting with their coworkers.
The majority of employees at Walgreens believe the environment at Walgreens is positive. Most Participants believe the pace of work at Walgreens is extremely fast. About 72% of the employees at Walgreens work 8 hours or less, while 5% of them have an extremely long day - longer than twelve hours.
Overall, the employees at Walgreens are not very happy, based on their aggregated ratings of future outlook, customer perception, and their excitement going to work.
The Walgreens Executive Team is rated a “C-” and led by CEO Rosalind Brewer, Vice President, Talent Management & Acquisition Sarah Cannon-Foster, and Vice President/GM, Digital Commerce and Omni-Channel Stefanie Curley
Walgreens competitors include McKesson, J. C. Penney, Walmart, and Rite Aid. Walgreens ranks 4th in Overall Culture Score on Comparably vs its competitors. See below how Walgreens compares to its competitors with CEO Rankings, Product & Services, NPS, Pricing, Customer Services, Overall Culture Score, eNPS, Gender and Diversity Scores.
How much do people at Walgreens get paid? See the latest salaries by department and job title. The average estimated annual salary, including base and bonus, at Walgreens is $114,648, or $55 per hour, while the estimated median salary is $104,054, or $50 per hour.
At Walgreens, the highest paid job is a Director of Sales at $226,836 annually and the lowest is a Sales Associate at $40,000 annually. Average Walgreens salaries by department include: Design at $110,315, Product at $163,375, Communications at $232,915, and Legal at $123,936. Half of Walgreens salaries are above $104,054.
726 employees at Walgreens rank their Compensation in the Bottom 20% of similar sized companies in the US (based on 2275 ratings) while 700 employees at Walgreens rank their Perks And Benefits in the Bottom 20% of similar sized companies in the US (based on 768 ratings).
Salaries contributed from Walgreens employees include job titles like Lead Engineer, Automation Engineer, UI/UX Designer, and Social Media Manager. Comparably data has a total of 31 salary records from Walgreens employees.
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