Dollar Tree Manager Starts Offering Jobs to Customers

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Dollar Tree Manager Starts Offering Jobs to Customers

An older employee, who looked to be the manager, approached the customer and said, “I’ll hire you right on the spot. Can you ring?”

The man continued to complain, ignoring the manager’s question. In fact, he told the manager to get behind a register. “Look I’m offering you a job. I need the help,” the manager said in an honest tone.

The customer then said something inaudible. The manager once again reiterated, “I’m hiring. I need the help.”

In the background, Kensha is heard saying “I’ll take a part-time,” as she ends her video.

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