Cashier (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – December 4, 2017
Working at Dollar Tree has been my favorite job so far. The customers for each store are usually pretty regular so you get to know people and it's a lot of fun.The challenge of working during the holiday season is definitely something I enjoyed and overall the employees were friendly and helpful with one another. The management was stellar, if anyone had an issue it was immediately taken care of and if an employee had personal issues the proper measures were taken to be sure that said employee would be comfortable in the workplace.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Charlottesville, VA – December 4, 2017
I love working with the people at the dollar store customer service is great being there or coming in as a customer very reliable when their are hours available about offering them to those who need them
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Lodi, CA – December 4, 2017
I was given a temp SM position at a horrible store with high theft due to homeless, but the DM would always say it was internal theft. No hours, no work/life balance. DM hired people without me knowing before I took over and then gave me 00 hours to train them, including a PT manager. Trucks were always delayed by hours to days at a time and it would always mess up payroll, which there was barely any to work with. Youre no longer a person to them, you just become numbers(sales/hours)
No breaks or lunches, DMs are awful, payroll is garbage
I loved working there. They are all about Team Work,
Cashier (Former Employee) – Natchez, MS – December 3, 2017
Store opens at 8 am and its not stop from then. The tree is very busy but the first thing they tell you.. TAKE YOUR TIME MAKE SURE YOUR MONEY IS RIGHT. The managers all were very helpful and understanding. Loved working at the Dollar Tree, just not enough hours per week. All the Employees helped each other..
Stock Clerk (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – December 3, 2017
Stocking product from stockroom at pace of 150 cases per 5-6 hr shift must do Cleaning and spot checking total area in which you worked thru out shift in reference to opening store . Last taking and receiving all trash and boxes to dumpster on loading dock of store daily
Associate (Current Employee) – Berwick, PA – December 3, 2017
Hard labor with high quotas is the name of the game for production workers. Top that with management that does not train, give advice, or care. A maintenance position is your best bet. This is the best place for a entry level job in maintenance.
Cashier/Stocker (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – December 3, 2017
Sissy is an awesome maneger at dollar tree. Love working with that team everyone was on time and punctual. I would love to work for dollar tree again but only on a parttime bases. This place was most awesome place I have ever worked.
Stock person, cashier (Current Employee) – Fleming Island, FL – December 3, 2017
The business men that run the the stores that aren't there everyday have a poor business ethics and expect too much to be done out of nothing. And don't give raises and everyone works so hard and doesn't get paid for their worth. Too stressful of an environment. Management at the store is decent and kind and flexible as long as you work hard though.
Cashier (Former Employee) – McDonough, GA – December 2, 2017
very rapid, busy, customers return sometimes daily, management was over worked, workplace was fine. The hardest part of the job is there was not enough workers. One cashier, one manager, in a busy store. Enjoyable part, helping customers.