May 1, 2022

Controversial “Help Wanted” Sign Goes Viral

An Indiana Dollar Tree gained viral attention over a polarizing help-wanted sign that critics decried as discriminatory.

The handwritten sign, which has since been removed, read: “I apologize for us closing AGAIN. My 2 new cashiers quit because I said their boyfriends couldn’t stand here for their entire shift.”

“Don’t hire Gen Z’s. They don’t know what work actually means. NOW HIRING! *Baby Boomers ONLY, thanks!”

Dollar Tree’s Vice President, Randy Guiler, addressed the controversial sign in a statement.

“We are aware that an unauthorized sign was posted at our store for a brief period of time. The handwritten message was absolutely not approved by or condoned by our Company,” Guiler said.

The manager is no longer employed by Dollar Tree.


Controversial Dollar Tree help wanted sign attacking Gen Z goes viral

3 comments on Controversial “Help Wanted” Sign Goes Viral

  1. Truth Vaccine says:

    Thr TRUEST truths hurt the WOKE and Globalist agenda.
    This manager is MOSTLY correct.
    To be fair, I know quite a few hard working, conservative, “kids” around me.
    My friend’s kids and my own go to work.
    As soon as my girls were old enough, they had jobs without any prodding or input.
    My ex refused to go back to work as my teens went to work on their own and I did the 90-100 hour weeks of a NY union machine operator.
    We should be careful of half truths.
    That’s all these WOKE terrorists have.

    1. Bret Lugten says:

      We don’t want to hurt feelings of the entitled gen z. The boyfriends obviously did not have jobs. The cashiers thought it was okay that the boyfriend can stay? The manager was fired bc of a note that hurt their feelings. Sounds like this manager was doing what was right for the company. Dollar tree, you should be ashamed.

  2. Robert Messmer says:

    How was his sign any different from bars, restaurants, and other stores who refused service to Trump supporters? In a couple of cases that went to court, liberal judges declared the practice to be entirely legal.

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