GENERAL MANAGER (Former Employee) – Leesburg, VA – June 6, 2018
Dollar Tree is a stable employer. It is respectful workplace. A fast paced, always changing day to day operation. I had the flexibility to "think outside of the box" with merchandising and floor plan set up as each season change. Product rotation and sell through was fast paced and fun.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Florida – September 14, 2018
I loved working at dollartree because it was a fast paced environment, and I worked really hard and was promoted to assistant manager after one year. They wanted me to relocate after my promotion, but I really wanted to stay in the area.
Stocker (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – September 13, 2018
I would say that job I got laid off. the store just opened and I was chosen to work there but I wasn't chosen to stay there but I was there for 3 months but moved to a different location to help remodel it. but wasn't something for me.
Great company and great managers, but the hours aren't there
CASHIER, STOCKER (Current Employee) – McMinnville, OR – September 13, 2018
Everything was great about the company itself, however, there were too many employees and not enough hours to go around. I would recommend this job only to someone who is retired or a student looking to make some pocket change.
Merchandise manager/ Assistant manager (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – September 13, 2018
I was offered this management position when i was a part time cashier. I had no management experience whatsoever. I am told that they rely on me and count on me. I am asked to handle situations that they feel i can handle over others. I am given alot of responsibility because they know i can handle it
Cashier/Stocker (Current Employee) – Derby, VT – September 13, 2018
I would not tell a friend to put an application in at dollar,tree they do,not like to offer job advancement unless your a women the manger offers job, advancement to every one that comes in after I've,been there for almost 4years now
Cashier (Former Employee) – Ashland City, TN – September 13, 2018
I loved working with my manager! She was absolutely amazing! The pay isn’t good, but that is on corporate. I had my bad days, only because I am human.. other than that, I had fun every day. We laughed, we got things done, we made our customers happy.
I would never recommend this work place to anyone. You do all the work while the rest of the staff socializes or is on there phones. The bayville store is dirty they dont keep it clean. and the shelves are always a mess. nothing is in the right place.
It's a good place to work at when your manager is on top of his work
Cashier (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – September 13, 2018
I think they should be better organized and have a well staff team and appreciate them management is good I really don't have too much going to say there is really nothing else to say about Dollar Tree the one I worked at could have been better ran
Its good for a person that not have kids or young people
Cashier (Former Employee) – Waukesha, WI – September 13, 2018
Its a good work but they pay its not much and they give as many hours as they can and sometimes you dont work ti much or they take outbyour hours and givenitmto other people and they want you to stock cases and do the cashiering and they get mad if u dont do many boxes its hard but for someone that not have kids or any obligations i think its good
Cashier (Former Employee) – Morrow, GA – September 13, 2018
Like the job meet nice people! Supervisors was Kool! Like going to work! Problem is Dollar Tree should be shame for what they pay! cashier make $200-$240 every two weeks that's $480 monthly!pulling in thousands a day!$7.35 an hour! With nickel raises
I am not the average worker. I go in and walk around the whole store to see what needs to be done. Then, I clock in and get my till and go to work on the things that I see that needs to be fixed. It is a great place to work. I LOVE MY JOB!
It is room for advancement.
Some people don't do their job or are slow at doing it.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Maine – September 13, 2018
When I first began working at Dollar Tree I enjoyed it immensely. My co-workers were great, management was decent, and teamwork was a vital part of the day.
Fast forward half a decade and Dollar Tree has gone downhill, a lot of it since buying out Family Dollar. The company doesn't care about its employees, thinking of them as easily replaceable.
When you get hired they do so with promises of competitive wages and opportunities for career advancements. Which isnsasly just lies. If they don't like your answers on the assessment then they keep you from ever retaking and having more than once chance at advancement. Also their "competitive wages" are minimum wages plus a few cent raise every year.
Corporate doesn't care about employees, low hours so you have to find a second job while remaining flexible for them