popeyes employee benefits
Hello Friends! Today, I’m going to talk about Popeyes, which is a well-known fried chicken chain. If you like fried chicken, I’m sure you already know this name.
You work for Popeyes, right? or would you like to work at Popeyes? In both cases, you might learn something useful about Popeyes. Read this post to learn about the benefits Popeyes gives to its employees.
Popeyes is an American chain of fast-food restaurants that serve fried chicken. It was started in 1972 in New Orleans, Louisiana, and its main office is in Miami, Florida.
Popeyes is excited to work with you and wants you to know that they think their employees are one of their most important assets.
The goal of Popeyes is to improve the lives of our customers and employees. They do this by making sure the food and drinks are of high quality, having great customer service, growing sales, keeping costs down, and by treating their employees like family.
Popeyes Employment Opportunities
Popeyes thinks that their employees are one of their most important assets, and they know that their success depends on building and keeping a staff that can give each and every customer a great dining experience every time.
Popeyes thinks that career growth is good for both the worker and the company. When it’s possible, Popeyes will move qualified workers into new or open positions.
You can also talk to your boss about possible transfer opportunities. Jobs may be posted internally. If you want to apply for one of these jobs, you should tell your boss and talk to the person on the notice.
Benefits of Working at Popeyes
Because of how the restaurant business works, you will have to work on holidays. The Restaurant is usually closed on the following holidays, but some locations may be open if the mall or shopping center where they are located is open for business: Thanksgiving Day , Christmas Day
Employees will not be paid for the above holidays unless state or federal wage and hour laws say otherwise.
Full-time, exempt employees are eligible for paid vacation time.
Based on the calendar year, here’s how vacation time is calculated:
After working for the same company for 12 months in a row, you get two (2) weeks of paid vacation every year.
Send in an Employee Leave Request at least one (1) month before the planned vacation date to ask for time off.
The company will try to give the employee the vacation time they ask for, but if business needs to change, the employee may have to change his or her vacation time. Vacation time can only be used in the year it is earned. It can’t be saved up and used the next year. Also, you can’t get paid for vacation instead of taking it.
Full-time employees can take up to four (4) paid sick days in a calendar year, as long as they show a note from a qualified doctor who treated them within three (3) days of getting back to work that says they can’t do their job. The District Manager and/or CEO of PSP is the only person who can decide if the notes are valid or not.
Sick days can only be used in the year they were earned, and they can’t be carried over to the next year.
If a state law says otherwise, eligible employees won’t get paid for sick days they earned but didn’t use when they left their jobs. Part-time workers have to follow the same rules as full-time workers, except that sick days won’t be paid.
Full-time and part-time workers can take three (3) unpaid days after the death of a close family member as soon as they are hired. People in the immediate family include spouses, domestic partners, parents, brothers, sisters, children, children of domestic partners, grandchildren, grandparents, parents-in-law, and parents of domestic partners.
Full-time workers who work an average of 32 hours or more per week and are eligible can sign up for a single, a single plus one dependent, or a family contract on the first of the month after 60 days of work. State law and/or the insurance contract may say who is eligible.
You can get information and enrollment forms from the Director of Administration.
To help you pay for this insurance, our company pays $300 toward the employee’s share. However, the employee has to pay for coverage for dependents and a spouse. You have to pay the rest of a single contract and any coverage for dependents or a spouse out of your paycheck.
You can find out more about the plan and who is eligible by talking to the Director of Administration. If you have specific questions about your eligibility for coverage or other parts of this benefit plan, you should look at the actual plan document and summary plan description. Those papers have a lot of power.
You may be able to keep or change your group health insurance plan after you leave your job, depending on the terms of the policy and/or the state and federal laws that apply. Get in touch with the Director of Administration for more information.
Employees who work an average of 32 hours or more per week and are eligible can sign up for a single, single plus one dependent, or family contract on the first of the month after sixty (60) days of employment.
You can get information and enrollment forms from the Director of Administration. You will pay for the full cost of this insurance by having money taken out of your paycheck.
You can find out more about the plan and who is eligible by talking to the Director of Administration. If you have specific questions about this benefit plan, you should look at the actual plan document and summary plan description.
Those papers have a lot of power. You may be able to keep or change your group dental insurance plan after you leave your job, depending on the terms of the policy and/or state and federal law.
Vision Care Plan
Employees who are eligible and work an average of 32 hours or more per week can sign up for this plan on the first of the month after they have worked for sixty (60) days. You will pay for the full cost of this plan by having money taken out of your paycheck.
Contacting the Director of Administration will give you all the information you need about this plan. You can get information and enrollment forms from the Director of Administration. If you have specific questions about this benefit plan, you should look at the actual plan document and summary plan description.
Those papers have a lot of power. Depending on the terms of the policy and/or state and federal law, you may be able to keep or change the group vision care insurance plan after you leave your job.
Under the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA), you and/or your covered dependents will be able to keep your medical, dental, and vision benefits for up to 36 months if your group medical, dental, and vision coverage would otherwise end due to your death or because:
• your employment ends for a reason other than gross misconduct; or
• your employment status changes.
If you get divorced, legally separate, or your child stops being considered a dependent, you or a family member must tell the plan administrator within 60 days.
The plan administrator will let people who are eligible for COBRA continuation coverage know that they can choose to keep their coverage.
Flexible Spending Account (Section 125 Plan)
Employees at Popeyes can make a contribution before taxes are taken out. This perk for workers is called a Section 125 plan. A Section 125 plan is a benefit plan that lets you pay for premiums for out-of-pocket medical expenses and child care costs “before” taxes, instead of “after” taxes.
Before taxes and Social Security are taken out of your pay, your premium payments and qualified expenses are taken out of your gross pay.
Fill out an election form and give it to the Director of Administration if you want to take part in this plan. You can’t change your pre-tax contributions until the next open enrollment period, unless your family situation changes or you lose coverage and become eligible for a special enrollment period.
Marriage, divorce, the death of a spouse or child, the birth or adoption of a child, or the loss of your spouse’s job are all things that can change your family status. If your family situation changes, you can change your vote the following month.
401(k) Qualified Retirement Plan
The company gives eligible workers a 401(k) Qualified Retirement plan, which is a great way to save for retirement over the long term.
The employer decides each year whether or not the company will make a contribution. Your manager can give you a copy of the Summary Plan Description, which has information about the plan, such as who is eligible and what the benefits are.
If there is a difference in how a plan is described, the official plan documents, which you can look at, will be the ones that matter.
If you have any questions about this plan, you should talk to the person in charge of it. Full-time and part-time workers who are eligible can join the employee assistance program as soon as they start working.
Employee Meals & Breaks
During their shift, every Popeyes-Team member gets ONE meal for free.
On their written menu, a “meal” is one sandwich and/or one regular-sized fry. During their shifts, employees can get drinks from the fountain and refill their cups as needed.
Here, I’ve done my best to sum up everything you need to know about Popeyes Employee Benefits.
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