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30+ days ago

DC HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER

Dollar Tree United States

DOLLAR TREE IS A: * Priceless Experience:A career with Dollar Tree also comes with a lot of variety. It''s a fun career that allows you to wear a… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Regional Human Resources Manager - Texas

Dollar Tree Dallas, TX

DOLLAR TREE IS A: * Priceless Experience:A career with Dollar Tree also comes with a lot of variety. It''s a fun career that allows you to wear a… Beyond.com


21 days ago

DC7 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER

Dollar Tree Ridgefield, NJ

• Manage compliance efforts for all legal-related topics within the Distribution Center. This includes, but is not limited to, compliance with… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

DC8 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER

Dollar Tree Marietta, GA

of this position include: staffing and placement, associate relations, disciplinary counseling guidance, wage and hour and legal compliance, and… Glassdoor


25 days ago

REGIONAL HR MANAGER - MID-ATLANTIC

Dollar Tree Baltimore, MD

• Responsible for full life-cycle engagement and development of District Managers, Store Managers and Assistant Store Manager professionals… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

REGIONAL HR MANAGER - HOUSTON ,TX

Dollar Tree Houston, TX

• Responsible for full life-cycle engagement and development of District Managers, Store Managers and Assistant Store Manager professionals… Glassdoor


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    Management cannot make up it's mind.

    Former Employee - Cashier  in  Seymour, IN
    Former Employee - Cashier in Seymour, IN

    I worked at Dollar Tree part-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Everything that they wanted you to do was outlined for you and you always had SOMETHING to do. You were never worried about just standing around

    Cons

    We had worksheets of things that the management wanted us to do, but they would always forget to give it out. You would work for 3 hours and the management would have a ton of things for you to accomplish between serving customers and would rarely understand when you wouldn't have time to complete a certain task.