Dollar Generalpoor management and wrongful termination

B Aug 07, 2018 Review updated:

I do not like people that bully, intimidate or descriminate, especially in a work or school environment.

Dollar General on Swan Lake Rd in Bossier city, Louisiana has a manager, and district manager that are very unprofessional, descriminate you, hostile and generally disgusting.

People don't always get along and instead of completing a transfer that was already requested and almost completed, the store manager chose to become hostile over a period of 2 weeks, involve employees in those hostilities, attempted to falsify paperwork to hurt the employee, and with Paul, the district manager, blocked the transfer and ended up firing the employee.

There are many more details however, this store on Swan Lake will not survive if they continue in their current management. The turn over rate is incredible, approximately 10 people in a months time, an assistant manager that left due to the same victimization, and customers (friends and parents of my soccer family) complaining about service, products and cleanliness.

The manager and district manager do not need to lose their jobs, rather be retrained and held accountable by their company and the community they serve.

No one should be forced to be work in a hostile work environment (hence military should be respected as they must), be descriminated against, or have a manager ignore health and safety risk reporting.


  • 9
      Aug 07, 2018

    seems to be a issue with other stores
    personally I disagree they need to be fired
    nobody should be treated that way

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  • B
      Aug 08, 2018

    I agree also. I know of several Dollar General store managers and the District Manager was so hateful, arrogant and disrespectful to not only them but other employees also that DG has lost a lot of good employees and customers.

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