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Walgreens Vacation & Paid Time Off

3.03 out of 5 (29 comments)

This article is about Walgreens Vacation & Paid Time Off in US

Walgreens offers paid time off to its employees.

This information about the Vacation & Paid Time Off benefit at Walgreens is the result of research by Glassdoor editorial staff, and was not provided directly by a representative of Walgreens. The description here may not reflect the current Walgreens Vacation & Paid Time Off benefit.

105 of 109 employees (96.33%) reported this benefit.
Last Edited 07/21/14

Employee Comments

  • Dec 12, 2014
    Current Employee in Deerfield, Illinois

    It takes a long time to get more than 2 weeks of vacation

  • Dec 8, 2014
    Former Utilization Review Specialist in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

    Walgreens recently switched to PTO. You accrue based on length of employment and job classification.

  • Nov 30, 2014
    Current sfl in Lynnwood, Washington State

    Vacation accrues throughout the work year, and is based on average hours worked and length of employment, increasing at years 1, 3, 5, 10, and 25.

  • Nov 24, 2014
    Current Shift Lead in Columbus, Ohio

    Standard. 2 weeks at 5 years, 3 weeks at 10 years. but has all converted to PTO. You no longer get sick days.

  • Nov 23, 2014
    Former Associate Category Manager in Deerfield, Illinois

    Not very good with vacation in general. They make you work more days that other employers would normally give you off such as the day after Christmas. They also make you fight for vacation time if you come in as an outsider and pUT you right back at the bottom of the vacation pool no mater your previous status

  • Nov 20, 2014
    Current Employee in New Albany, Indiana

    started an accural system. trouble is no more sick time so if you get sick it comes out of your accrued time. which can interfere with time saved up for a vacation.

  • Nov 15, 2014
    Current Pharmacy Manager in Orlando, Florida

    pto is now accumulated. 15 years to get 4 weeks pay of

  • Nov 10, 2014
    Current Certified Photo Specialist in Chicago, Illinois

    Great benefits for part timers.

  • Nov 7, 2014
    Current ASM in Minneapolis, Minnesota

    Currently get 4 or 5 weeks of PTO per year, plus pay for 5 holidays

  • Nov 5, 2014
    Current Picker in Flagstaff, Arizona

    Overall, the vacation time is good . After about 10 years to get 3 weeks off, then I think at 15 years goes to 4 weeks plus 4 days off. Time off with no pay if needed.

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