Dollar Tree
Happiness rating is 64 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Mike Witynski
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (USD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Salary estimated from 3.9K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

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$8.96 per hour
Store Manager
$45,535 per year
Department Manager
$55,324 per year
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Employees at Dollar Tree have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

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Work & Life Balance


Cashier and Sales Associate in Sterling
on November 5, 2018
Enjoyed the Work, but not the Pay
I liked working at the Dollar Store in Sterling Park Va. The customers were friendly, my manager was nice and the cash register was very easy to use. Why I left was because the hours and money were awful and there wasn’t that much of an opportunity for advancement.
Cashier/Stocker/Customer Service in Metairie, LA
on May 7, 2021
I started at the Dollar Tree in February of 2021 during a new store setup. After the store opened I started on night shift which was actually the best part about working at the dollar tree. I loved the night shift environment the management and the people I worked with. However when I moved to the day shift it was awful. The managers yelled at employees and don’t seem to care about the employees under them. They write you up and don’t tell you when company policy requires them to. The hours aren’t flexible and only having one car in a two person household is not a good thing. I don’t recommend working here unless you are okay working at night. Also the hours are limited.
Assistant Store Manager in Rochester Hills, MI
on May 7, 2021
Only good part is you can advance quickly if you are a capable workers. Poor benefits, poor pay, poor everything. Not able to build a team. Most stores are dirty. Very outdated and inefficient company when it comes to their backrooms. The way they deliver and sort inventory is a joke. Amazed that it’s a billion dollar Company.
Stocker in Kissimmee, FL
on May 7, 2021
Deben ser más claro a la hora de contratar y no llamar solo cuando necesitan el servicio de las personas.. Así sea un Part Time deben respetar lo que ofrecen
Sales Associate in Dallas, TX
on May 7, 2021
Very simple and easy job. Only part time available which is great if thats all you need. The pay is soooo low compared to other entry level positions in retail. Corporate has so many rules that are kind of dumb. Its ALWAYS hot inside the store due to corporate control. All my coworkers were pleasant which made the job bearable. I happened to work at one of the better stores and it can be stressful sometines just like with any job. Espicially when people are always calling out or new people don't show up for their first shift.
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Favorable experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview Questions

Tell me about yourself. Are you shy? Are you too shy to make announcements over the intercom? Have you ever worked a job where you have to clock in? What hours are you available to work?

Shared on November 16, 2020

They didn’t really ask many questions just told information about the company

Shared on January 16, 2020

They ask did I know how to catch on fast and do I know how to lift up on heavy things .

Shared on September 25, 2019
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Dollar Tree locations

Chesapeake, VA
Chicago, IL
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