Customer Service Associated (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 February 2017
A normal day is full of customers. Lots of merchandise to perform try to clean all the lines to fill all the empty places. The main objective is to be able to leave all the lines full. To be able to count the merchandise daily
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Richmond Hill, ON – 30 June 2016
Those who work at Dollarama have taught me so much, and the experience I have from working there will help me for years to come. The management at particular stores leaves much to be desired and sometimes made work unbearable, but a part-time job is necessary for a student to pay the bills. My co-workers always made it worth working there.
Learning patience and people skills.
The manager you get is either amazing or makes you want to quit.
Stocker/Cashier (Former Employee) – Grande Prairie, AB – 16 July 2016
Typical days at work i would stock most of the time, if the cashiers got to many people lined up they would call me up till the line cleared and i would go back to stocking and organizing the shelf's. management was good, i learned a lot about how commercial stores worked and time management.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Fredericton, NB – 4 November 2016
I did not receive enough training, so I didn't really know what I was doing. Cashier work was simple enough, but other duties were not explained to me. Basically, I got fired because I was not taught how to do the job.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Nanaimo, BC – 26 June 2016
I worked at Terminal Park Plaza in Nanaimo BC. It was worse job I have ever had. The manager is very unprofessional running around all day like a chicken with her head cut off accomplishing nothing. Yet heaven forbid you did not accomplish your 5 carts in a 5 hour shift despite spending most of your day as back up cashier and breaking skids.
You get to see merchandise as it comes in.
No benefits, low paying, poor morale and not a team atmospere