Taking care of our people. We believe that part of Serving Others is investing in our team member’s well-being. Our benefits packages are designed to care for our employees and their families by supporting their health and financial goals.
Health and Well-Being 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:
Better Life Wellness Program
Employees have access to the following resources to promote total well-being:
Retirement Savings Plan
The Dollar General 401(k) Savings and Retirement Plan can help you realize your dreams of retirement. Here is how:
Compensation and Rewards
*This information reflects the highlights of Dollar General’s benefit plans and is intended as an overview. Individual employee eligibility requirements may also apply. In the event of any discrepancy between a Plan and the information provided on this site, the official Plan document(s) will govern. Dollar General reserves the right to amend or terminate any Plan at any time and without notice.
Current and former employees report that Dollar General provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“If you can afford it, that's great! But the options I were given were unaffordable and with no coverage. There were NO doctors within 100 miles of me that were "in-network"”
“All FT employees get vacation. You get more weeks the longer you're employed.”
“Easy and breezy. The CDL’s take awhile ”
just a job to start
They at least offer it, but unless you're shelling out your entire paycheck, health insurance doesn't cover much. Vacation time is given to all full time employees. You get more weeks the longer you're there.
Not enough time to do everything
401 is very good, health insurance is good
The best place to work. Especially if you’d like to move up the ladder quickly and become manager with the best pay. It’s a job so it’s stressful of course. Above all else, my favorite place of employment so far.
No vacation time, does not work with schedule.
Good but not the best
You didn’t get benefits unless you worked 40 hours even full time only got 30 hours of lucky
it has ok benefits but im disappointed in the company itself seeing as one bathroom has been broke for nearly a year we have multiple leaks since ida it almost seems like the district manager doesn't care at all.
No perks, discounts, or benefits