Walgreens policy on dating coworkers
But the real kicker is that now, “Walgreens will not accept coupons that exceed the selling price of an item and no cash back is ever provided in exchange for any coupons.” As for the first change, it’s not all that unusual for a store to not accept coupons on free items.Technically, the store should get reimbursed (and paid a handling fee) for all coupons used in such a scenario, but some stores reason that you’re already getting one of the items for free, so you can’t get a discount on something you haven’t paid anything for.My experience is why I strongly support raising the overtime salary threshold.I told my story to the Labor Department, and I encourage others to submit a comment as well.And those who aren’t already vowing to boycott the drug store chain as a result, are at the very least scratching their heads about what might have prompted the coupon policy alterations.Among the big changes in Walgreens’ revised coupon policy are that coupons can no longer be used on items made free by a “buy one get one” or “buy two get one” offer.” opined a third commenter, while another chimed in, “If you’re worried about losing money maybe you should have changed your incompetent cashiers instead of your coupon policy.” Walgreens has not offered any explanation as to what prompted the changes.But some couponers are speculating that simplifying the policy is probably easier than training cashiers on every nuance of every coupon scenario.
Unfortunately, 45 hours a week quickly turned into 55–70 hours.
When she was confronted by an employee, the suspect sprayed cologne in the employee’s eyes and ran away with the merchandise.
The suspect is described as a black female about 5-foot-6 and 130 pounds with braided hair.
I believe strongly that when employers treat their employees fairly with good wages and predictable schedules, it fosters a positive work environment.
If we take care of our workers, the economy will not only survive, it will thrive.
Instead, in what has long been considered something of a controversial practice, but a grudgingly accepted one, Walgreens has always adjusted down the value of a coupon as needed, to ensure that couponers are not credited with any more money than an item is worth.