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- Dollar General scored higher in 1 area: Career Opportunities.
- The Salvation Army scored higher in 8 areas: Overall Rating, Compensation & Benefits, Work-life balance, Senior Management, Culture & Values, CEO Approval, % Recommend to a friend and Positive Business Outlook.
What Employees Say
- "Dollar general" was the most mentioned Pro at Dollar General.
- "Salvation army" was the most mentioned Pro at The Salvation Army.
- Dollar General had 331 more reviews than The Salvation Army that mentioned "Low pay" as a Con.
I have been working at Dollar General full-time
-Great Benefits -“6 Point”, point system so if you cannot be present or have to leave early -Bonuses from time to time -They feed you for certain Hollidays and events and get food catered out on... lunch breaks or have cookouts for us a good bit. -Pay is weekly, starting out pay is good -Pretty fast money in my opinion -Can bid into different departments -PTO -starting out, people definitely get 2 transitional days and I believe 1-2 floater days
-Very physical depending on what your position is but not very much isn’t physical -Sometimes, it is very hot in the summer time if there is large doors open and the summer just started (but it isn’t... bad once it cools down from the AC I assume) -The physical on feet from 10-12 hours can be difficult, especially for people not used to walking, climbing, and standing so long at one time. -Dirty, dusty -loud/busy pace
Advice to Management
Numbers do matter, but the production number, is absolutely not the whole reflection of how hard some work, or what extra tasks that your employees are actually doing.