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30+ days ago

Buyer for Refrigerated Foods

Family Dollar Matthews, NC

Buyers provide collaborative guidance with respect to the departmental merchandise approach within the POD team, and are responsible for meeting… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

NC Customer Service Representative

Family Dollar Charlotte, NC +7 locations

Provides customer engagement in positive and approachable manner. Assists in maintaining a clean, well-stocked store for customers during their… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager Charlotte North Carolina

Family Dollar Charlotte, NC

Greets and assists customers in a positive, approachable manner. Answers questions and resolves customer inquiries and concerns. Maintains a presence… Snagajob


30+ days ago

NC Assistant Store Manager

Family Dollar Charlotte, NC +15 locations

Greets and assists customers in a positive, approachable manner. Answers questions and resolves customer inquiries and concerns. Maintains a presence… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Store Manager Charlotte North Carolina

Family Dollar Charlotte, NC

At the direction of the Training Manager, the SMIT supervises, trains, and develops store Team Members on Family Dollar operating practices and… Snagajob


18 days ago

Store Manager Interview Day Charlotte NC Fri. Oct. 3rd 9AM-4PM

Family Dollar Charlotte, NC

MANAGEMENT INTERVIEW DAY Looking for an exciting career where you can make the most of your talents? Then it is time to take a good look at Family… Snagajob


18 days ago

Assistant Manager Interview Day Charlotte NC Fri. Oct. 3rd 9AM-4PM

Family Dollar Charlotte, NC

MANAGEMENT INTERVIEW DAY Looking for an exciting career where you can make the most of your talents? Then it is time to take a good look at Family… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Customer Service Representative Charlotte North Carolina

Family Dollar Charlotte, NC

Provides customer engagement in positive and approachable manner. Assists in maintaining a clean, well-stocked store for customers during their… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager Mint Hill North Carolina

Family Dollar Charlotte, NC

Greets and assists customers in a positive, approachable manner. Answers questions and resolves customer inquiries and concerns. Maintains a presence… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager Indian Trail North Carolina

Family Dollar Indian Trail, NC

Greets and assists customers in a positive, approachable manner. Answers questions and resolves customer inquiries and concerns. Maintains a presence… Snagajob


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    The most demanding and unappreciative job ever

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    Former Employee - Store Manager  in  Charlotte, NC
    Former Employee - Store Manager in Charlotte, NC

    I worked at Family Dollar Stores

    Pros

    benefits were ok, regular customers were great. Paid the bills

    Cons

    As store managers, you were expected to work a minimum of 52 hours (which if you pride yourself in your work is totally impossible) and 6 days a week. To succeed the work schedule is more like 65 to 70 hours per week. Holiday time is more like 70 to 80 hours a week and if you get a day off, you can thank your lucky stars, but it probably won't happen. Pray that you have no family emergency issues, because upper management really could care less, as long as it's not their family. You are expected to run your building and if you have no coverage, sucks for you, figure it out. Be in your building or be in the unemployment office. Those busting their butts get no recognition for anything, it is all just expected. You are always replaceable and told it often. They spend money on dummy cameras throughout the stores, which great..... helps who??? Their pockets is all. Due to payroll, or lack thereof, managers are in the buildings for quite a few hours per day by themselves, expected to work freight, help customers (providing excellent service), be the cashier and also be loss prevention (but don't confront them, that's the rule), but control the shrink or you won't have a job. Oxymoron if you ask me. Unless you are the bionic man or women, you can't possibly succeed. So..... in the end, you are set up to succeed as a failure.

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    First, payroll, payroll, payroll. Take some money out of the bank and support your employees. If you want your product garded and protected, you need to spend to receive. One person cannot do it all. Secondly, cameras. Don't think that with sites like this that the thieves don't do their homework. They are not as stupid as we like to think. They know where the easy targets are. The areas that the stores are in for the most part, make it a challenge. Some of us take it personally and will guard with all we have, to no avail. Help is needed. A little more payroll for key positions of being eyes and ears, meeting, greeting and keeping people on their toes could drop the shrink levels. You pay for what you get. Turnover would go down, people would be happier, pride would increase. wow, what a place that could be.

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