Walgreens Boots Alliance Compensation FAQ

Read what Walgreens Boots Alliance employees think about their compensation at the company.

Walgreens Boots Alliance has a compensation and benefits rating of 3.2. If you want to know how much Walgreens Boots Alliance employees make, head to their Salaries page to see a list of salaries per occupation, along with bonuses.

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5 November 2020

What is the salary like at Walgreens Boots Alliance?

Pros

Good benefits, good pay, and there's a lot of room to move around.

Cons

Lack of appreciation for employees

Good benefits, good pay, and there's a lot of room to move around.

5 November 2020

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19 May 2021

Does Walgreens Boots Alliance offer a weekly bonus?

Pros

The people are wonderful, great benefits, really good staff discount, management is very supportive, work environment is very open and inclusive.

Cons

Bad pay, gender pay gap still present, promotions are slow and difficult to achieve and bonuses are business dependent.

Advice to Management

Supportive if you get the right manager, otherwise sink or swim mentality

Bad pay, gender pay gap still present, promotions are slow and difficult to achieve and bonuses are business dependent.

19 May 2021

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24 May 2021

Does Walgreens Boots Alliance offer a monthly bonus?

Pros

Treat staff well, good money.

Cons

every body is paid monthly

every body is paid monthly

24 May 2021

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30 October 2019

What are other benefits and incentives like at Walgreens Boots Alliance?

Pros

- It's great to grow and have experience in different business areas. The company move people around quite often so you get to experience different departments and ways of working. - The atmosphere at work is great, it has a good business culture overall and the people you work with is usually very friendly. - Staff discount on beauty products. - The people working at the business usually feel passion for what they do or for the brand they work for, which create a good competition environment between each other. - You can build lots of connections inside, it is a big company.

Cons

- Several approval layers - You can usually feel the work you do is not recognised, which can be demotivated. Seniors and directors levels usually give more recognition and give more support to the few working on certain projects/brands which are more important to the business, even if you do the same, if not more work than those at those projects to meet the business and your own annual objectives. -Intense work environment (this can be positive if being recognised by the business). -Salary is not great and it is definitely below the market average, although the company offers some good benefits and staff discount. - Not every team at the business has the same atmosphere unfortunately. This is all to do with the managerial style from each of the senior team managers. It could be because of the different work pressure they all have. I have experience both, very good team building atmosphere and on the other hand, the complete opposite to this.

Salary is not great and it is definitely below the market average, although the company offers some good benefits and staff discount.

30 October 2019

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13 August 2021

Does Walgreens Boots Alliance offer a yearly bonus?

Pros

- 10 hours of overtime each week if you want it - Can usually take PTO anytime you want if you have any built up - 401k match is nice - Work in your pajamas - 40 hour work week guaranteed - This job is just that. A job to barely pay bills.

Cons

-Pay rate for call center rep? Usually start out at 11.25/11.50 and only receive a low pay raise at the end of the year. I started at 11.25/hr and was only making 11.90/hr after three years of service. - Is it busy? Yes. Back to back, non stop calls. As soon as one call ends, another begins. You have to immediately answer. 80+ calls per day and they expect you to keep most calls under 3 minutes in my department. - Work from home sounds great right? No , its not glamorous. You are sitting in your chair for 8 hours + per day. You don't get to walk around. The angry customers and back to back calls turn your home of peace into a boiler room. - I can pick my shift? Kinda.not really. They will give you shifts to choose from and then change them to support the call center needs. The shifts they offer are not ideal..and you must work there for at least 2 years to even get to pick your own shift. - VTO is nonexistent right now and has not been offered in over a year now. Any time you want off, must come out of your PTO balance. - Need help? Cant raise your hand. You are expected to research any issue you have or ask another agent in Microsoft teams..who is also taking back to back calls and will not answer you in time. The customer will be angry when you finally reply. - Constant system issues which bring down you adherence time and call times. Management wants proof of everything and watch you like a hawk. - Opportunity? Only if you are a brown nose snitch who kisses butt of the managers. You get to watch agents that started with you get promoted when you have better scores. So if you are looking for a small paycheck to help pay bills, apply here. It will take every ounce of your sanity and make you never want to talk on the phone again.

and only receive a low pay raise at the end of the year.

13 August 2021

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