I work at Dollar Tree – there's a telltale sign customers can use to tell we work at the store – & it's not our uniforms

A DOLLAR Tree worker has shared a telltale sign that a person might work in the store – and it's not the company uniforms.

The unnamed employee posted a picture to Reddit on Sunday, writing: "Tell me you work at DT without telling me you work at DT."

They then shared a picture of their sneaker covered in glitter.

The worker added: "The permanent glitter in my shoes."

Others who work in the popular discount store agreed, with one claiming to be "permanently coated" in sparkles from October to June.

Another added: "If you do seasonal / floral your covered in glitter all year round."


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Dollar Tree staff are often required to wear green and black pants and t-shirts featuring the company's logo.

The Sun revealed earlier this month the four items you should always buy in the store – and the ones to avoid.

And we told how shoppers of six Dollar Store secrets to help with making the most savings.

A Target worker said their uniforms of red shirt and khakis can cause some awkward situations.

Katherine, a Target team member in Missouri, said that the uniform may look casual, but it can cause some unique issues.

Her store had not transitioned to jeans at this time, and she said "the khakis can be uncomfortable."

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She also said the outfits are generic enough that sometimes people will confuse customers for team members.

"They see people dress similar to Target workers and so they'll go up to people," Katherine said.

Meanwhile, in Starbucks each apron color has its own assigned meaning depending on the qualifications of the worker wearing it.

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