Dollar General
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2,131 questions about working at Dollar General
Going home at the end of a shift. The company does not care about its employees or customers, as long as they report a profit the district managers are happy and are of little to no help.
Answered November 23, 2019
Rarely.
Answered November 17, 2020
Demanding and stressful.
Answered September 28, 2020
Stores would benefit having the hours to have all employees having the option of being full time. All stores need at least 4 managers. And salaried mangers should only be required to work a minimum of 40 hours. Currently there is no work life balance for store managers.
Answered June 13, 2017
This company is HORRIBLE. It's all about who you know and nothing to do with your actual job performance. I worked here for 2 years as an assistant manager and made nowhere near enough to pay my bills. The management is an absolute joke and they will hire people lower than you that get paid more. So yeah, I went to another company where I make several more dollars an hour. Don't even waste your time here. You are not valued.
Answered March 16, 2017
None existent
Answered January 5, 2021
Do they drug test?
Asked July 22, 2016
No they do not drugtest
Answered July 22, 2016
Been there three weeks and have only had one day off that I requested to take my husband to a doctors appointment. Our store is painfully short staffed.
Answered March 16, 2020
Resumes and coverletters look decent on your interviews, Be yourself and be open about how much you are wanting to make. Don't let them push you into an amount your uncomfortable with. This company has a habbit of putting you down.
Answered October 8, 2016
It typically consisted of ONE person (me) trying to do the workload of THREE people. DG believes that their managers are robots and can be programmed to do an unreasonable amount of tasks in a short period of time without any help...
Answered March 16, 2020
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