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

    I loved working for Dollar Tree. My district Manager Deana was the best person to work for and with!!!!!!!

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    Former Employee - Dollar Tree Store Manager in Jonesville, MI (US)
    Former Employee - Dollar Tree Store Manager in Jonesville, MI (US)

    I worked at Dollar Tree full-time (more than 5 years)


    Dollar Tree was amazing!! I started there as a shy timid 19 year old girl and left there a very outspoken and driven 25 year old women. I opened a store in Jonesville MI and it was the best experience of my life!! Hiring training and working side by side with my own team was amazing. I was very blessed to have selected such an amazing group of people. I learned so much with Dollar Tree from the business end of things and schematics all the way to really making your customers feel like they mattered. I will carry the things I learned within that company with me for the rest of my life. I learned how to be a bold, confident, outgoing, strong willed business woman there.


    The only con is the jealousy factor that took place. Had a certain store manger not been upset that I was taking over her store after my temporary step down, I would have never left the company. I wanted to work my way as far up the chain as I could. She pretended to be fine with it and acted happy for me but was behind my back trying to get cashiers to lie about me so she could get me fired. All of our cashiers loved me so they would tell me everything. My DM was stuck between a rock and a hard place so I very sadly very graciously walked away before the name I had worked so hard to build was destroyed.

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    Keep your good employees and get rid of the bad. Don't be afraid of demoting someone just because you don't want to bruise there ego or hurt their feelings........after all not everyone is true tree material!!!

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Dollar Tree Interviews

Updated 13 Oct 2014
Updated 13 Oct 2014

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    Anonymous Employee in Amsterdam, NY (US)
    Anonymous Employee in Amsterdam, NY (US)
    Application Details

    I applied in-person. The process took 5 daysinterviewed at Dollar Tree in October 2014.

    Interview Details

    I saw the sign in the local store window that they were hiring and went inside, filled out an application in store, and handed it off. About 4 days later I got a call that I could come in for an interview.

    The interview itself was more so I sat and listened to her explain that it's a straight forwards job. It is what it is, minimum wage, and part time only with people working 2-4 shifts a week. Each shift is 5-5.5 hrs long so that they don't have to give you a mandatory break. If you go in to cover for someone's shift when they need it you're more likely to get more hours. They do all the paperwork and hiring online. She clarified if I had a car, why I wanted to work there, and how available I was.

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America's Top Companies, Forbes, 2009

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Headquarters Chesapeake, VA
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (DLTR)
Industry Unknown
Revenue ₹100 to ₹500 billion (INR) per year

Dollars may not grow on trees, but Dollar Tree stores work hard to bring in the green. The company operates more than 4,100 Dollar Tree, Deal$, Dollar Giant, and Dollar Bills discount stores in 48 US states and the District of Columbia, as well as about 85 stores in Canadian provinces. Stores carry a mix of housewares, toys, seasonal items, food, health and beauty aids, gifts, and books -- most priced at $1 or less. About 40% of merchandise is imported, primarily from China. The stores are located in high-traffic strip centers anchored by mass merchandisers, supermarkets... More

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