Dollar Tree
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1,377 questions about working at Dollar Tree
Customers. Hours flexibility. Workload flexibility. Stocking to be the first to see new items. Flexibility to stock shelves in a nice, organized ways without restrictions (eliminate most overstock).
Answered November 23, 2019
Does Dollar Tree do drug testing?
Asked September 17, 2016
No drug tests required
Answered September 17, 2016
They got good benefits
Answered February 25, 2016
Very flexible. Ya gotta be available and flexible to get more hours, which turn into more pay. If you're available anytime 12am to 12am on any days, ya get to come in when summoned for anything plus your scheduled shifts. Be available! And take it easy at work. No need to rush and stress.
Answered March 13, 2020
I love it, I always have something different to do. Whenever I'm not ringing people out, I'm probably stocking shelves, facing items (neatening up, basically), and sorting go backs. If you are the kind of person who finds it boring to do one task for an entire shift you'll like it here. There's more responsibilities for a cashier at dollar tree than a grocery store for example, when I worked in a grocery store I spent the majority of the day just ringing people up. However, dollar tree stores are smaller and business is a little slower, so you have plenty of time to do everything else in between ringing up customers. In my store at least, its just the right pace for me. I keep busy enough for the shift to feel like it goes by fast, but I'm rarely ever overwhelmed. I stock on average 20-60 boxes of merchandise per shift depending on how busy it is and what isle they have me in. They always place me in an isle near my register so I can see if there are any customers, but they have bells at each register so if I cant see the register for any reason customers can just ring to let me know they are ready to check out.A lot of the times we have fun contests to see who can sell the most featured items, and certain times of the year we tend to sell items for charity like back to school supplies and toys for the holidays, so we will ask people something like: "would you like to donate a toy to families in need?" And we would pick out a toy, scan it, then scribble out the label and put it in the collection box. These are my favorite because it makes me feel like I'm actually making a difference with my work.
Answered March 13, 2020
I would work 5 hour shifts, sometimes 8 hour shifts if they asked me to stay longer when someone didn't show up. And i would work 4-5 days a week on average
Answered January 11, 2017
I would break free of everything being a dollar or less. Being able to invest in things like basic training and decent pay is crucial for business success. I know there are certain customers that love the fact that nothing is over a dollar but they will get over it. Especially if you bring in good product. And for the love of God please stop over ordering food.
Answered January 16, 2018
No a boy friend can be there
Answered September 20, 2016
29 years old
Answered August 27, 2020
. 10 % employee discount . Providing Uniforms (green is hard to find)
Answered June 22, 2017
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