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.
Health coverage, etc. is offered at full-time status. No contributions from employer. They also offer an FSA during open enrollment and 401 K
good coverage and good benefits,good working condition. good team work.
There is nothing wrong that u know of
Hotel discounts, medical if you can afford it, and paid vacation time.
Cost is too high and low pay if you get full benefit package.
Best thing is that it technically met the requirements of OBAMA CARE. Bad news is there was hardly any benefits and high deductible.
The coverage is very expensive, I have never had it but have looked at all the packages and I could never afford them. I have heard that it is good coverage from other people.
As a part-time employee, you didn't get any benefits.
401k and the employee assistance program (EAP) are the only benefits that I am aware of. Other than that, I am not sure what is (and isn't) offered).
No perks. Benefits unknown. They don't really tell you what their benefits are when you are hired. Heard it was expensive for making only 7.75 per hour.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.