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If you were to leave Dollarama, what would be the reason?

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I work in dollar store in Denmark. What you describe here is unacceptable behaviour. Not to be rude to any one here, but the manager and Dollar rama need to learn how to relate to others in a positive uplifting maner. Creating a positive working invioment. I wish you all the best. BE TRUE TO YOUR SELF.💖✌

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The manager makes the staff feel like idiots. Tried contacting the dm about it..nothing was done..so poor managment

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Honestly. Dollarama is the strictest company I have worked for. Having to sign out and bag check? I've worked at higher end stores before and that has never happened. Not only that, the store I'm at will check your pockets. They ask to full on turn your pockets inside out, open wallets ect. Management and Dollarama should have more trust in their employees, it's a massive invasion of privacy. On top of that there's many key holders on a shift and they'll all tell you to do different things at the sametime because there's no communication amongst them. The key holders at my location think so highly of themselves and will secretly check up on you to see if you're just standing around. They're also super rude to customers. They'll over work you and talk down to you the entire time, which isn't worth the money. If you havent worked there for your whole life, you wont be respected. It sucks.

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Personal reason

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No incentive to stay.;;was offered a 10 cent raise in 2 years.

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Favourism between so called management, district manager and a few of their buddies. Gossiping amongst management and a few of their buddies about other employees. This little group don't work while other employees have to pick up the slack. Free run by keyholdes and they walk around and gossip about the very few that do their work in the store and blame things on them and pin things on them.

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Everything. Slave labor. High expectations for employees. Favoritism from managers. Gossiping of employees and managers behind backs. Lousy pay for what's expected.

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Not being treated nice

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Stock flow way too high and overwhelming. Pay too little for such a high stress environment. Unrealistic expectations from RDM and company standards. They expect miracles out of a less than average staff or even someone with an education. The company which decides a stores hours is far too little to run the store in the way they expect. Unless you are an AM or SM, Full time is considered 25 hrs or more. How can anyone live on that? I feel especially bad for the managers on the store level who have to deal with all that.

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Porfashnal grow

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