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Answered May 23, 2020

I'm a manager for Dollar tree and they don't give out drug test at all. When they need to cause some of the employees come in high and act stupid at there job.

Answered February 11, 2020

If you are a part-time cashier, you only get between 15 to 18 hours a week . No time and half for part itime. Help.

Answered November 19, 2019

I would tell the CEO that it would hurt to give more hours to ensure that their store is fully stocked. Sales would definitely go up. I would also ask that when anyone gets terminated, that they contact the person being terminated because there's always two sides to any allegation. This way people won't be fired for false allegations and it would also let them know what kind of people they have in management. Communication would go a long way too.

Answered October 8, 2019

I have a felony on my record that's less than 7 years old and was hired as manager. I think what matters is your overall criminal background. Do you have 1 felony and a bunch of misdemeanor offenses, or is that 1 felony the only mistake you made and are really trying to just move past that point in your life? Also, be upfront if the application asks you if you have a felony. Don't lie about it. There's something said about someone owning up to their mistakes. It shows that you'll be honest about something so "embarrassing" or "shameful", then surely you'll be honest and trustworthy about business related issues. Dollar Tree really is good for getting your life back together. Show them hard work.and some dedication and they'll gladly trust you with your own store and set of employees. That kind of responsibility goes far on a resume. Plus think about all the potential connections you can make through your customer base. And just to set the record straight: I'm a black male, with cornrowed hair, and a beard. Yet I was hired for one of the stores in one of nicest and wealthiest neighborhoods in the Kansas City area. So this isn't just available for white women, or whatever cliché excuse you might be tempted to use, NOT to try and go for it. DO BETTER.

Answered May 12, 2020

Been getting 14-18 hours a week.

Answered August 25, 2019

At first it was nice like meeting new people and interacting with customers. Alot of drama with a cashier and nothing ever gets dine about her. Hermitage,Pa

Answered March 17, 2020
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