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Dollar General / manager

1 Wellsville, OH, United States Review updated:
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The Manager here is horrible at her job...she is not friendly to the customers or the staff. She doesn't seem to know what she's doing, and is often in her car on break, sometimes for 20 minutes at a time, leaving whoever is in the store on their own. She never has the work schedule done, and lately we never know if we even work the next day or not until closing time, or a text or phone call late in the evening the night before. It makes it impossible to have any kind of life outside of the store. It gives the employee the feeling that they are "on call", only because the manager lacks the skills (or doesn't care due to being ignorant) to make the schedule out. This leaves the employees wondering if they work the next day or not...every single day!
The customers can see the laziness of the person in charge, and feel the frustration from the employees due to this manager. Due to her inability to do her job, business has been lost at this Dollar General, and a good employee is going to be very difficult to convince to stick around under these conditions.

  • Updated by 71Michael, Jun 06, 2018

    This is ridiculous, my accoutn was hacked - that last comment is crazy

  • Updated by 71Michael, Jun 06, 2018

    Someone hacked my account

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  • Do
      19th of Jun, 2018
    0 Votes

    Unfortunately, it seems that our poster is another incompetent employee that thinks because they managed to show up for their fourth shift it affords them an MBA and the divination of being able to manage a business unit designed to produce $2MM in sales. Let's start with the Manager being in her car on her break. Firstly, it's her break. She can be in her car. Don't be an obtuse idiot. Secondly, her scheduling is likely predicated on minimum wage workers being in the store, and offering minimum effort. It's no wonder the store likely appears as if a bomb went off in the seasonal aisle. She has to try and motivate you know it alls into getting that right along with preventing drool from prematurely staining your shirt. Also, without direct access to the P&L and commenting intelligently on the totality of the business, it's improper to say that you can gauge the realistic impact of customers being unsatisfied. The whiny retiree that might not buy their can of V8 at your location is not going to make a profound difference in the overall bottom line of the store. Grow up.

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