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Dollar Treetreatment of co-worker

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T Nov 24, 2017 Review updated:

Our store (06622) was a mess with previous manager. Since she's been gone, our merchandise manager is also our acting manager. She put a fire under us and turned this store around 100%. We have a great team now and we all busted out butts. She (Francisca Lara) was suppose to be our new manager. She was gone for 4 days due to a death in her family but left the store in good condition. Because the asst. mgr didn't pull her weight, the store took two steps back. Scott came in to inspect the store and was not happy so he took the position of manager away from Francisca. This is not right. She wasn't even in town. The asst mgr (Toni Fiero) was responsible for the store for those four days. This Scott person doesn't know what the hell he's doing. You're going to end up losing some of your best employees because of this man. We have met our sales and then some. We have our regular customers back and our store is 110% better because of Francisca Lara. You'd have to be a fool to take the manager position away from her. Why is she being treated this way? You can ask anyone about her and get positive feedback. She pushes us hard for a reason. She takes pride in our store and so do I. She should be offered the position back since she's the one who was merch manager and doing manager duties and working seven days a week with no days off. And how was she rewarded... The opportunity to be manager was taken away because the asst mgr could keep the store up. There was no bonus for holding down 2 positions and bring sales up. And now you want to give us a manager that only knows how to do the office part of being a manager and you want Francisca to train her? That's a slap in the face. If you're going to give us a different manager, at least make sure she knows how to run the whole show, not just the sitting down part. If anyone should have their position taken away, it should be Scott.

Dollar Tree

Responses

  • P
      Nov 24, 2017

    This is something you'll want to address with your human resources representative or corporate office. It's not a great idea to post it online.

    +1 Votes
  • S
      Nov 30, 2017

    @pobarjenkins Talking to HR is a joke.

    -1 Votes
  • P
      Nov 30, 2017

    @Stephania Lipp While that can often be true, it's pretty much the only option.

    +1 Votes

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