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While the benefits of the work we do every day and the continued success of our business are rewarding enough, it brings us great pride to be recognized for our efforts. Walgreens has received many awards and honors throughout the years for our extraordinary work environment, the things we do in our local communities, and our healthcare innovations. This is truly a company where wellness works.
Fortune magazine World's Most Admired Companies – 2009
Walgreens ranked No. 6 among food and drug stores and has been listed for the past 16 consecutive years.
Business Week magazine Best Places to Launch a Career – 2009
Walgreens ranked as the 52nd best company in which to start a career. It was the fourth ranked retailer on the list.
Fast Company magazine Human Impact & Profit (HIP) Scorecard – 2007
Walgreens was one of 21 companies profiled for its sustainable performance and management approach that drives the health and wealth of customers and team members, environmental quality and social equality.
Diversity/Careers magazine – 2009
Walgreens was again named a Best Diversity Company in the publication's Reader's Choice survey.
CollegeGrad.com magazine Top Intern Employers – 2009
Walgreens was ranked the top intern employer in America.
CAREERS & the disABLED magazine Top 50 Employers – 2010
Walgreens moved up to the #2 position in the readers’ survey of employers they believe provide the most positive working environment for people with disabilities.
American Cancer Society Corporate Impact Award for Excellence – 2009
Walgreens received the first-ever top national honor from the American Cancer Society for our commitment to corporate cancer-fighting initiatives.
Human Rights Council (HRC) ranking of Best Employers for LGBT – 2009
Walgreens was awarded a perfect score of 100 percent on the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Corporate Equality Index for the fifth consecutive year.