Dollar Tree doesnt want cashiers scheduled over 20-25 hrs a week & 4-5hr shifts----The more hours worked make it more likely for call in/outs. And No employee except Freight Manager(Assistant) & Store Manager are to be scheduled over 30hrs a week which is considered Full Time therefore reaping Benefits(Holiday pay,Health Insurance,etc)
At the store I worked at I got usually 15 hours a week. During holidays I'd get 25.
It really depends on the store, the number of cashier's, and the allotted hours given by corporate for each pay period. On average 15, with ranges from 12-20. Usually a 4 hour shift 4 to 5 times a week. But when I was cashiering, we had so many flaky and unreliable employees, I would take the extra shifts offered and get over 30 hours a week on average.
If your in tracy you get between 8 an 12 aweek an you get a 10 min break after 2 hours an you clock out for it.
Depends on your store size and volume and location.The bigger, busiet, metro area, more hours than a smaller rural store. Unless it has massive sales volume.
I got 8 hours every week ( after being hiring I got 12 when setting up the store )
Depending on store/location/district
Anywhere between 15 and 25 hours a week. I needed every hour I could get though so if the cashiers are willing, possibly close to 75 hours every two weeks.
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Crystal Lake, IL 60014
12-15 hours were given except during holiday time in which the hours were more like 15-20.
Answered - Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Dansville, NY
Less than 20
Answered - Cashier (Seasonal) (Former Employee) - Okeechobee County, FL