Dollar General Inducted into Training Magazine's Hall of Fame



 
Dollar General proudly announced today that it has been inducted into Training magazine’s prestigious Top 100 Hall of Fame, following two consecutive years named as the magazine’s top training and development program and 10 consecutive years among its Top 100 list.
 
Dollar General is committed to elevating the company’s mission of Serving Others and keeping our fourth operating priority of Investing in Our Diverse Teams through Development, Empowerment & Inclusion as a foundation where all employees feel valued, respected and supported. As such, Dollar General training and development programs use these guided principles in continuing to support employees through best-in-class training, career guidance and additional resources to support employees’ career growth and development.
 
“We are honored and grateful to be among a small number of companies inducted into Training magazine’s esteemed Hall of Fame,” said Kathy Reardon, Dollar General’s executive vice president and chief people officer.  “This recognition further highlights our commitment to serving our employees with exceptional training programs aimed at supporting both our employees’ and customers’ experiences. On behalf of the entire DG leadership team, I would also like to extend my deepest gratitude to our DG training teams that perennially work to support their colleagues’ development.”
 
Training magazine aims to recognize organizations that champion training and development in conjunction with the business needs and strategic goals of each company for maximum impact. Each year, Training magazine’s Training Top 100 (previously known as the Top 125) compiles a list of corporate training departments worldwide with all applications judged both qualitatively and quantitatively. To learn more about Dollar General’s training and development program and the Training magazine Top 100, please visit Training Top 100 - Training (trainingmag.com)