I'm not sure about other Walgreens, but the Walgreens I worked at after my store (Rite-Aid) was bought was not well managed and not enjoyable at all.
Management was never on the same shift as I was, and any questions about my schedule had to be directed to the Store Manger, which meant coming in on my off days or before I was scheduled to work.
I usually worked the "evening shift" and despite the fact that the store closed at 10, I was often stuck there until 11:00 due to the fact that we had to clean every inch of the store every night. If a spot of water or dirt was missed, the Store Manager would fuss about it and then come in early to look at how well we cleaned up the store the previous night.
If a customer needed help and the store was empty I was not allowed to leave the register to help them unless the item was within 50 feet of the register. I would instead have to call a Shift Manager to come help the customer, therefore lowering the store's productivity.
While the other cashiers and shift managers were wonderful people to work with, the manager made the whole workplace toxic.