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adam

Montgomery, AL

#1 Jan 30, 2011
hello. im starting at walgreens tomorrow as a photo tech and im a little confused about the dress code. essentially, what sort of shirt am i supposed to wear my first day? do they supply you with one?

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#2 Jan 30, 2011
Just so you'll at least somewhat fit in wear a medium blue shirt with khaki pants (definitely no jeans). Don't wear tennis shoes. If you have shoes that are brown or black in shade but made my someone like Nike, New Balance, Sketchers, etc.. those should be OK as long as they're in decent condition. But don't wear white athletic shoes. And no, they don't supply you with a shirt -- or, at least, they don't have to. However, they may have a polo shirt left over from a while back when the stores did supply the employees with shirts.
WaGEXA

Eugene, OR

#3 Jan 31, 2011
I would recommend wearing a blue shirt with a collar.

As the previous poster mentioned, no jeans, no shorts and no tennis shoes (at least not white).
MWM

Plano, TX

#4 Jan 31, 2011
We all have worn tennis shoes for years ! And white at that.

Since: Jul 10

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#5 Jan 31, 2011
MWM wrote:
We all have worn tennis shoes for years ! And white at that.
It totally depends on who the store manager / district manager is on whether or not you can get away with wearing white tennis shoes. I'm in a district where they would send you home if you did that.
Tim

Gonzales, LA

#6 Feb 3, 2011
billysh wrote:
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It totally depends on who the store manager / district manager is on whether or not you can get away with wearing white tennis shoes. I'm in a district where they would send you home if you did that.
Yes i've heard of Managers sending folks home for disobeying dress code("cough" Shorts. "cough") But i doubt they'd do it to someone new on their first day if they hadn't had the forsight to go over it with them.
big W

AOL

#7 Feb 17, 2011
I think a nice white blouse with black or navy slacks -pressed with clog work shoes-black should be ok. Basic business fashion !Good luck and dont forget to bring your smile !
summit47

Ballwin, MO

#8 Apr 4, 2011
Has anyone heard who the new supplier is that we are supposed to order our uniforms from if we are in Asset Protection, Facilities Management or Data Terminal Repair?
marge

AOL

#9 Apr 9, 2011
I think red boots-with black slacks-and a blue tank top works for me in the summer.
marge

AOL

#10 Apr 9, 2011
red jump suits with blue trim might be nice for new uniforms- silver flats or loafers -should add some pizazz.
Serious

Candler, NC

#11 Jan 14, 2012
I wear whatever non-jean pants I want, a blue polo style shirt, any shoes I wish, and my name tag. As long as you are friendly to customers, give obvious hints you work there, and are helpful to customers, you should be good. Unless your manager is a "by the book" type. In which case...put in a transfer.$7.50 an hour is not worth you spending $200 on new clothes. Just apply to the Pharmacy. They work equal to or less than you and make more.
long sleeves

Metairie, LA

#12 Mar 4, 2014
can you wear long sleeves at Walgreens
Jasmine

Paramount, CA

#13 Aug 12, 2015
Can you wear an white polo shirt

Since: May 15

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#14 Aug 12, 2015
long sleeves wrote:
can you wear long sleeves at Walgreens
Depends. But typically if it follows basic dress code guidelines, then it's fine.
Jasmine wrote:
Can you wear an white polo shirt
No.
I could only see a management level employee getting away with it.
Smflorida

United States

#15 Aug 17, 2015
I find it completely sexist that as a male sfl I'm required to wear vest, dress shirt and tie.
Then I see a female sfl and all the way up ths hierarchy wearing vest and a third shirt!
Smh. Bunch of bs
Smflorida

United States

#16 Aug 17, 2015
Sorry for the typo I'm on less then 4 hours of sleep since I closed last night and reopeneds this morning at 7am......tshirt
CaliASM

Redding, CA

#17 Aug 17, 2015
Women in the workplace will always feel sexist. Your job is fairly physical, and I don't see any females willing to: climb ladders, lift heavy boxes, throw totes in the back of the warehouse truck, etc. And yes they get away with just about whatever they want in the uniform policy, as you pointed out. They get paid the same, for doing less. But there's nothing you can do about it, the minute you complain or give a female employee a cross look, you'll be fired. As one former manager told me, "pussy rules".
Yeahright

Little Elm, TX

#18 Aug 17, 2015
CallAsm you sound like a very immature person! lol or the women you have worked with have been able to out smart you and have you do all the physical work because you were dumb! Sounds like they are working harder at getting you to do all the work !A smart Leader would know how to get everyone to function as a team and share the responsibilities unfortunately some people have been put in the wrong positions in this company!

Since: Aug 12

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#19 Aug 17, 2015
CaliASM wrote:
Women in the workplace will always feel sexist. Your job is fairly physical, and I don't see any females willing to: climb ladders, lift heavy boxes, throw totes in the back of the warehouse truck, etc. And yes they get away with just about whatever they want in the uniform policy, as you pointed out. They get paid the same, for doing less. But there's nothing you can do about it, the minute you complain or give a female employee a cross look, you'll be fired. As one former manager told me, "pussy rules".
I worked for years on overnights. I climbed the ladders, put the repacks up and got them down, I load the totes now into the truck, and so do all the females I have worked and currently work with. There is a total of 3 males in my store. If it needs done, we do it. If you let your people get away with that, it's your own fault.
Yeahright

Little Elm, TX

#20 Aug 17, 2015
Sengalong wrote:
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I worked for years on overnights. I climbed the ladders, put the repacks up and got them down, I load the totes now into the truck, and so do all the females I have worked and currently work with. There is a total of 3 males in my store. If it needs done, we do it. If you let your people get away with that, it's your own fault.
Agree!

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