At Dollar General, we strive to serve our employees with respect and opportunity. To help meet the needs of our employees we offer the following benefit programs:
Health and Welfare Benefits
Dollar General offers multiple comprehensive plans with varying levels of coverage and cost based on your particular needs. Plus, Dollar General contributes toward the cost of these benefits, so we can offer you health insurance at an affordable cost! All designated full-time positions and designated part-time positions that have averaged over 30 hours per week during a defined measurement period will qualify for the following:
Retirement Savings Plan
Through the 401(k) Savings and Retirement Plan, Dollar General helps you realize your dreams of retirement. Here is how:
This information reflects the highlights of Dollar General's benefit plans and is intended as an overview. Employee must meet certain eligibility requirements, if applicable. In the event of any discrepancy between a Plan and the information provided on this site, the official Plan documents will govern. Dollar General reserves the right to amend or terminate any Plan at any time and without notice.
The medical coverage is good along with the vision and dental.
Management get paid vacation, Paid on certain holidays even if they do not work.
401K after a year. Stock opportunities, as well as great healthcare package.
401k was good. But health insurance premiums were way too high.
I am unsure about the opportunities at this company as I only worked there part time for a few months, so it was unavailable to me.
No sick leave for when you have to miss work
Best is stock option their value is up over $70 a share; worst is the employee discount is what each employee that works there needs because of the poor pay.
No benifit's package ..and no store discounts so you don't get crap from this store.wait i was wrong you do get crap if the manager don't like you he will cut your hours and if you complain about sexual harassment to HR they just blow it off and if you want to keep your job you better not say anything..
It cost $80 per week for the benefits. Can't see the doctor because I can't afford the copays now. So I'm losing $80 per week.
They actually offer insurance and vacation but the insurance isn't good and if you leave the company they keep whatever vacation you may have accrued.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.