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12 days ago

FL Customer Service Representative

Family Dollar West Palm Beach, FL +3 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

FL Assistant Store Manager

Family Dollar West Palm Beach, FL +4 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

Assistant Store Manager Riviera Beach Florida

Family Dollar West Palm Beach, FL

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 Lantana Florida

Family Dollar Lake Worth, FL

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 Indiantown Florida

Family Dollar Indiantown, FL

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


30+ days ago

Customer Service Representative Indiantown Florida

Family Dollar Indiantown, FL

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Family Dollar Stores Chairman and CEO Howard R. Levine
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  1. 3 people found this helpful  

    Family Dollar - Looking for some stupid hard workers as store managers.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Store Manager  in  West Palm Beach, FL
    Former Employee - Store Manager in West Palm Beach, FL

    I worked at Family Dollar Stores

    Pros

    You are in charge of your store. You can make schedule changes so you are then able to attend a meeting with your child at school or take her to the doctor etc.

    Cons

    To get that hour or two off to go to the doctor, you will need to come back to the store and work extra hours or the work load will fall behind.
    Your D.M. will arrive without notice on any day and take over what little office space you have like it's their right to put you out.
    You will need to work 60 to 80 hours a week to accomplish all the tasks the company wishes you to perform. Believe me, if you get behind on this you will never catch up and there is no extra help to assist.
    Expect to be written up for being over payroll even a little, no matter what extra unfunded tasks you are required to perform and on short or no notice.
    Never make the calculation of how much you make divided by the number of hours you work. What did you say was minimum wage?
    Expect to be threatened with being fired as a regular part of a conference call, a meeting or a store visit.
    Excuses are not allowed for projects incomplete.
    If your assistant manager should quit then you must work open to close till you hire someone new . Oh and don't expect any training payroll for that new hire. You just keep working open to close till you have him trained.
    Also, be prepared to unload trucks by hand and unload stupid large quantities of whatever product that you now have to store for at least 6 weeks because that's how long it will take to sell.
    Don't expect any great help from those $7.50 an hour people you hired because McDonalds wouldn't even hire them. McDonalds has learned that if they want decent people, they need to pay more and they do.
    Expect to have to hire new assistant managers when the economy starts to turn around and jobs become more plentiful. Why? Refer to all above.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stock price may look pretty good right now but you have not learned from past law suites that you can't treat people the way you do.
    Hey Howard: why don't you spend a couple of weeks in a store to see what it's like. Then you might make a few changes that would accomlpish your (fairy tale) objective of making Family Dollar a compelling place to work.
    Right now it is only a compelling place to get away from.

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