Plus   Neg

Dollar General Announces Paid Parental Leave Policy

Dollar General (DG) announced a new paid parental leave policy and adoption assistance benefit. Effective April 1, 2018, these new benefits will be available for qualifying events to all eligible full-time and part-time employees throughout the company's more than 14,000 retail locations, 15 distribution centers and the corporate offices.

As of April 1, Dollar General's parental leave policy will provide employees two weeks of paid time off for qualifying parental leave. Birth mothers will receive eight weeks of paid time off comprised of two weeks of qualifying paid parental leave and an additional six weeks of qualifying paid maternity leave.

Additionally, the company will now provide employees up to $4,000 in adoption assistance. Benefits are subject to employees meeting certain requirements, including eligibility requirements.

by RTT Staff Writer

For comments and feedback: editorial@rttnews.com

Business News

Quick Facts

Editors Pick
Delta Airlines becomes the latest airline to experience pet transport disaster. An 8-week-old puppy was flown across the country to the wrong airports by Delta Airlines landing in Detroit, Las Vegas and Salt Lake City before finally making to Idaho. On Saturday, a breeder put Josh Schlaich's new,... Facebook stock is plunging due to self-inflicted wounds. What was once America's favorite social media site is being a accused of turning into a cesspool of misinformation and narcissism. Facebook Inc.'s security chief, Alex Stamos, plans to step down from the company amid questions over Russia's... Media company Tronc, Inc. said Monday that Michael Ferro has stepped down as chairman of its board of directors. The company named Chief Executive Justin Dearborn as chairman of the board. Tronc noted that Ferro, its largest shareholder, is retiring from the board as the company prepares to close on the $500 million sale of its flagship newspaper, the Los Angeles Times, to local ownership.
comments powered by Disqus
Follow RTT