Cashier

Job Description and Duties
Traditionally an entry-level retail job, Dollar Tree cashiers provide customer service and perform basic tasks at store locations. Primary job duties for Dollar Tree cashiers include greeting customers, ringing up purchases, handling returns, and answering questions about products, policy, and services. In some cases, Dollar Tree cashiers double as sales associates and perform job duties for both positions. Most Dollar Tree cashiers spend between a few days and a week in training. Basic computation and mathematic skills benefit workers seeking Dollar Tree cashier jobs.
Salary and Compensation
The average work week for Dollar Tree cashiers consists of three to four five-hour shifts. Shift length and scheduling generally varies by Dollar Tree location. Dollar Tree cashiers start out around minimum wage, in most cases. Workers receive increased pay and hours with more experience. Dollar Tree may also offer employment benefits to cashiers, such as discounts on store merchandise, medical coverage, and time off. Employee benefits eligibility and availability also vary store to store.

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