Dillards Dallas, TX/

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Object to their system of hiring/firing based on daily sales and quotas are raised without consideration of economy or lack of customers.

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Dillards Department Stores

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Maggie Stever

Interviewed. I am the one who conducted the interview, provided a conversation reviewing my experience. The interview person obvious a Manage and sat there looking at his paper work without a question. It was definitely my age that dominated the interview

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Anonymous

No problem in hiring me. I had the experience they were looking for. I never felt my age was a detriment.

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Anonymous

terminating people over 25

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this is a part time job. They have been very accommodating to schedule me around other Dr. appointments or time off to travel. But as being a senior myself, I connect with other seniors as far as fashion trends and how to have fun while wearing them.

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