Mission: Our people are our strength and they tell us that Boots is a great place to work. We aim to always be the employer of choice, attracting and retaining the most talented and passionate people.
Last year Hardeep wrote a blog all about about his career journey with us, from starting as a Christmas Temp nine years ago to becoming a Pre-Reg Pharmacist.
We are now delighted to share that after 5 years of hard work and study, Hardeep is now a qualified Pharmacist after recently passing his exams, congratulations Hardeep!
You can read Hardeep's blog here - http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQm81
Last week BBC Children in Need announced that they were celebrating an incredible year for 2017, where over £60.7million was raised to help change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.
In contribution towards this total, we are delighted to share that our customers and colleagues have also celebrated their best-ever year of fundraising, by raising an incredible £1.559million for the charity.
Elizabeth Fagan, our Senior Vice President and Managing Director, said: “Every year our customers and colleagues do exceptional things to raise valuable funds for BBC Children in Need, and they have been doing so for over 14 years. This is a fantastic total raised this year, and it demonstrates what an important charity they are, and the real difference that they’re making to help more young people grow their confidence, resilience and self-belief.”
As a Boots Worker , you already know the importance of protecting our customers’ privacy and personal information, but our responsibility doesn’t end there; it extends to your personal information too.
From your very first day as a Boots Worker to your last, and even after you’ve left, we use information about you to help us manage your employment and run our business. Without your personal information Boots couldn’t fulfil its duties as an employer so we can’t always give you the same choice we give our customers about their information. That makes it all the more important for us to give you confidence that your information is in safe hands and set clear expectations about privacy in the workplace.
This policy tells you the type of information we hold, how we use it and how that might affect your privacy.
We make the same promise to our Workers that we make to our customers: “Boots is committed to protecting your privacy. We believe in using your personal information to make things simpler and better for our Workers and our customers. We will always keep your personal information safe and will never sell it to third parties. We’ll be clear and open with you about why we collect your personal information and how we use it. Where you have choices, we’ll explain them to you and respect your wishes.”
Who’s in control of your information?
Throughout this Policy, ‘we’ or ‘Boots’ means companies within the Walgreens Boots Alliance group, including subsidiaries, affiliates, joint ventures and franchises, and we may share your personal information between those companies both within and outside Europe, for the purposes described in this policy.
Whenever and however we use your information, we keep in mind that first and foremost it is your personal information, and we aim to minimise any impact on your privacy. We only share your information where we genuinely need to do so and with appropriate protections in place, and we will never use it for marketing without your consent
A role within our Supply Chain can be truly rewarding. You'll be part of an operation that not only gets products on to our shelves in store but also services some vulnerable members of the community.
Portia loves that she can make a real difference in her role in Supply Chain, especially when it combines her passion for the environment.
We asked Neeta why she's loved working in an airport store for 25 years.
Hands up if your team play a huge part in motivating you and helping you achieve your goals.
I worked at Boots part-time
I worked at Boots St Helens Merseyside between November 2017 and January 2018 and I had a really good time there. The staff were brilliant, friendly and helpful., including the Manager. I received a present on leaving and it was quite emotional. I can honestly say I enjoyed every minute. They all supported me with regards to my application for my current role with public services. I would definitely recommend working at Boots, St Helens ! One of the members of staff had been there for over 20 years and was still eager, loyal and really nice !
No cons whatsoever as there is nothing to improve
Advice to Management
Carry on the very good work
I applied online. The process took 7+ weeks. I interviewed at Boots (Nottingham, England) in October 2014.
Applied direct with cv and covering letter after seeing vacancy advertised on Boots careers. Contacted by a recruiter, who suggested I consider a different vacant role instead of the one I'd applied for. Said I wanted a marketing role. Invited to a first round interview, which include a maths and competency test, as well as a competency based interview, and CV walk through. Invited to a second interview approximately 2 weeks later with a different, more senior manager.