Be yourself. The interview is based on what you can provide the company. Your willingness to produce in stocking and be creative in merchandising.
Answered - Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) - Tigard, OR
Ask how many hrs
Answered - Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) - Gouverneur, NY
Be yourself, if you don’t understand something or don’t know something, it’s okay to let the managers know
Answered - Cashier/stocker/overnight stocker (Current Employee) - Jamaica, NY
Be honest let them know what you can do for the company.
Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - Alexander, AR
Ask about loyalty to workrs
Answered - Receiving Associate (Former Employee) - Savannah, GA
Be sure to always call to know what your works days are.
Answered - Dollar Tree Cashier (Current Employee) - Matteson, IL
It's a good job make the most of it.
Answered - Cashier/Stocker (Former Employee) - Scranton, PA
Have fun with working for dollar tree
Answered - stocker (Former Employee) - Parker, CO
Show great energy, make i contact and sell yourself. The district managers that i have encountered have been very supportive and fair.
Answered - Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) - Brooklyn, NY
Just be who you are and show a genuine desire to be there. Always go in with confidence and they will recognize realness.
Answered - Dollar Tree Cashier (Former Employee) - Griffin, GA