Hungry Jack's is a major Australian employer. We're proud to give so many young Australians a leg up by employing them in their first ever jobs.

We employ 16,500 people in our 380 plus restaurants across all corners of the country. That equates to total annual wages of $220 million – a substantial contribution to the economies in neighbourhoods small and large, metropolitan and regional.
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    We care about our employees. That's why we created the Hungry Jack's Employee Foundation, a charitable trust supporting our people experiencing times of hardship or personal misfortune.

    The Foundation started in 2008 and is highly respected within the Hungry Jack's family. In fact, around half of our workforce donates on an ongoing basis. Their contribution can be as little as 50 cents per week or much larger.
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    Hungry Jack's Young Endeavour Program is a scholarship available to employees across Australia. It exists to thank our employees for the huge contribution they make to our business.

    Open to all young crew members, two annual winners set sail on one of the most incredible voyages – 11 days at sea working on a tall ship under the guidance of an experienced crew.
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    At Hungry Jack's we place great importance on quality training for all crew members. Our training starts with a comprehensive induction program and extends right through to high-level management courses.

    When a new crew member walks through our doors, they undertake training via our industry-leading online human resources platform, JEDI.
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    Offering our people leading training and career progression is important to Hungry Jack's. That's why in 2010 we kick-started our very own College of Executive Development – an annual, national program for selected managers.

    The 12-month program provides 10 to 12 selected managers formal qualifications and all-important mentoring by senior executives to enhance the skills of our future business leaders. Graduating students receive a nationally recognised Diploma of Management.
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    Safety is our top priority. Restaurant 'safety teams' are empowered to watch, act and review to ensure the safety of our crew members and customers at all times.

    Each restaurant's 'safety team' comprises managers and crew members who meet periodically to conduct formal safety observations, review any incidents and look for new solutions to safety.
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