Q: What is it like working at Dollar Tree Stores Inc?
Retail Store Assistant Manager in Austin:
Health dental vision life ins full-time paid vacation sick time.
Retail Manager in New York:
Pros: Being able to train people.
Making customers happy.
Being to drive sales.
Flexible work schedule.
Cons: Stress level.
Retail Store Manager in St. Marys:
Pros: Fast paced work environment,
Stocker in Colonia:
"I love it hard work but time goes fast."
Pros: The co workers are nice.
Stocker in Monroe:
"No raises given."
Pros: People I work with.
Cons: They do not give raises.
Cashier in Pearland:
Pros: Its a great work enviroment. Very fast paced, very little conflict with other employers. Very nice laid back boss but he takes good care of us and the store.
Cons: Bad location, too much of a drive, rude customers most of the time. Parking varys on busy days.
Cashier in Goodletsville:
Pros: I get to meet and speak to new people everyday and I love the people I work with on a daily basis.
Cons: Not enough pay for what "us" employees have to deal with.
Retail Store Manager in Malden:
Pros: I enjoyed helping the customers.
Cons: No support given, hours are taken from your store to support other inefficient stores, store managers work longer hours with no supporting associates.
Assistant Store Manager in North Attleboro:
Pros: I've been there for so long I have a lot of regulars(customers). I like coming into work and seeing the smiles on my cashiers and customers when they see me. I like the hours because I drive my son to and from school so I get to close my store during the week.
Cons: What I like least is that the store I'm at is one of the biggest ones and when we don't make sales we have to cut employees and the first one to be cut is my floor help so that means not only am I doing my job I'm also wringing a register and cleaning the whole store plus putting every piece of merchandise back. I get pto and sick pay that I am hardly able to use because"it's not a good time" and it gets taken and I punch out for a unpaid 30 min break but don't actually take it I'm usually being called to wring on a register because there's a line.
Cashier in Baltimore:
"I am working because I love working with the public."
Pros: Talking and communicating with the people I serve. Listening to some of.
Their stories. Knowing I have helped someone really makes me feel good.
Cons: They are cutting our hours because of store transformation.