Burgerville Company Facts and Employee Benefits
Burgerville currently employs 1,500 people.
Burgerville’s average hourly wage is $11.70/hour, approximately 20% more than the industry standard.
The average tenure of a Burgerville employee is 29 months, 26 percent longer than the industry average.
Burgerville’s 2017 turnover is 71%, which is lower than the industry average.
In 2017, internal employees filled 80% of all manager openings.
100 percent of electricity use is offset with renewable energy credits
Burgerville began offering affordable health care to employees before required by law
First fast-food restaurant to use 100 percent cage free eggs
First fast-food restaurant to offer 100 percent antibiotic-free and hormone-free proteins on their menu
Employees vote to form the first fast-food union in the country
Access to affordable healthcare for employees working an average of 30 hours a week after six months of employment. On average, Burgerville covers 90 percent of the total costs for this coverage. An employee-only plan costs the employee $35/mo. An employee +family plan costs the employee $148/month. If an employee is not eligible for the company plan, they can call a company Wellbeing Guide who will support them in how to enroll for coverage through the National Healthcare Exchange.
Vacation pay at the rate of one week after one year, two weeks after two years, three weeks after five years and four weeks after 15 years. These vacation hours are paid annually on an employee’s anniversary in a separate payroll check.
Paid sick time is accrued at the rate of one hour for every 30 hours worked. This time can be used to cover time out of work for illness, doctor’s visits and care of an ill family member, among other things.
Life insurance for all employees is provided at no cost.
Eligible for educational assistance up to $500 for GED and The Jack Graves Scholarship Program for all employees; and tuition reimbursement of up to $3,500 a year for team managers.
Access to a Wellbeing Guide, a free resource to all employees and family members providing support in the areas of housing, healthcare, child well-being, financial and legal counseling.