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Dollar Tree Windsor, CT

in accordance with company policies and procedures What we need from you: High school diploma or equivalent required Minimum of three (3) years…

13 days ago


Dollar Tree Ridgefield, WA

Warehouse Department Managersat Dollar Tree are responsible for: * Managing and overseeing up to 20 associates and all related functions for the…

18 days ago


Dollar Tree Chesapeake, VA

listed in order of importance * Provide administrative support for remote negotiator(s). * Copy and collate final lease and prepare package for…

20 days ago


Dollar Tree San Bernardino, CA

1. Develop solutions to problems of highly unusual complexity. 2. Exercise considerable judgment in determining objectives and approaches to the…

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Dollar Tree President, CEO, and Director Bob Sasser
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286 Ratings

    Freight Crew - hard work, little hours and pay.

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    Former Employee - Freight Processor in Seattle, WA
    Former Employee - Freight Processor in Seattle, WA

    I worked at Dollar Tree part-time (less than an year)


    You get a first-hand look at the shipments coming in and a bit about how the store operates. It's definitely a workout, if you're looking for one.


    Working freight rarely resulted in getting more than 12 hours per week, with little pay, and working at the crack of dawn to get the new shipment sorted out. Once the manager quit, freight hours were cut down to the bone and backroom conditions deteriorated rapidly as a result. The store seems to be doing much better a year later.

    Theft paranoia led to some questionable policies. At least at the time, the company was using very personal information for timecard login; the same type of info, as per company policy, was used to register every purchase made by an employee even as they were leaving the store. Times may have changed, though.

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    Please use a random alphanumeric sequence in place of personal info for login credentials.

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