The company opened their 100th store in 1971 and had 300 stores by 1978.
In 1981, the company had 400 stores and by the end of that decade, 1,500 stores.
I was being used to only work night shifts because nobody wanted to work late.
After a few months I begin receiving Less hours than their favorite cashiers who are hiring for part-time.
Leon Levine retired in 2003 and was succeeded as CEO by his son, Howard Levine.
The company is best known for its imported goods which many families find necessary to stretch their dollar.
Due to Transportation issues that was the only store that I could work in and maintain my current wages.
Upon putting in my two weeks notice by very next week I only receive 15 hours to work with.
Well when I got back they put me in a store that does not need anyone I went from getting 35 to 38 hours to getting like 5 hours only on truck day I asked if I could help out in other stores to get more hours my district manager told me straight up no I have to stay in the store that he put me in there is no floating.
I don’t understand that because that’s how I ended up in the other store because they needed help over there so I went to help and ended up being there eight nine months and now he’s mad because I asked to be transferred closer to my home and now he’s not giving me no hours and it’s just unfair it’s very very unfair that he won’t even let me go to another store to get more hours I found another store that needs help so I wouldn’t be floating I would be there permanently and he still said no I could not do that I need help with this I have put a long time dedicated into the store for them to treat me like this this is horrible Reply From : Jamar Allen To: Family Dollar Corporate Office & Headquarters May 2, 2018 I was hired to be a full-time assistant manager.
Later I was told to mind my own business and focus on myself.
Ever since then, I kept receiving only 24 hours in comparison to Cashiers receiving 30 to 36 hours.
Part of being a closing manager is ensuring that all the money accounted for is correct…