Walgreens started out wanting to change the workplace but quickly found the workplace significantly changing employees. Rather than fearing disabilities and poor job performance, Walgreens and its training partners embrace ability. Creating an inclusive work environment continues the company's determination to improve and challenge its commitment to help people build rewarding careers.
From speaking engagements to roundtable discussions, Walgreens is ready to help other companies take the first step to broadening their workforce. Take a look. Ask us questions. Talk to managers who are making it happen.
Tours of Walgreens facilities in Windsor, Conn. and in Anderson, S.C. are available to businesses throughout the year. Request a tour.