A variety of opportunities exist to help employees come together and connect, learn about what’s happening in
the business, celebrate accomplishments, and just have a little fun.
These include digital communication tools as well as a variety of forums where announcements and updates are shared.
As an organization and as individuals, we value the varied experiences and perspectives of people, and commit
ourselves to continuously promote a better understanding and appreciation of each other.
This commitment makes our company stronger through new and different thoughts and ideas.
The Spirit Team helps foster our company culture by finding unique and creative ways to bring employees
Spirit team events and activities are intended to foster an enjoyable team-oriented workplace, increase morale, and allow employees to interact with people they would not normally work with.
Jack in the Box is dedicated to making a positive difference in the communities in which our employees,
franchisees and guests work and live. One way that we give back is through the Jack in the Box Foundation.
Established in 1998, the Jack in the Box Foundation is a nonprofit organization that primarily supports causes that help at-risk children and youth.
Brand Ambassadors are employees who give back to the community by participating in our official Brand Ambassador volunteer activities, which range from serving meals to seniors to refurbishing homes for disabled veterans, to mentoring students.
Jack in the Box Inc. ("Jack") permits INSURERS to offer its employees
certain voluntary insurance programs. Whether you choose to enroll in any of these programs
completely optional and voluntary. JACK does not make a contribution towards the
of these programs and employees pay the full cost of premiums on an after-tax basis. Jack in
the Box does not sponsor, maintain, endorse, recommend, or promote these voluntary programs.
JACK'sinvolvement regarding these voluntary insurance programs is strictly
allowing the insurer access to employees to publicize these programs and JACK may
perform certain ministerial functions such as payroll deduction and forwarding employee
payments to the insurer. JACK does not receive any consideration in the form of
otherwise in connection with the program, other than reasonable compensation, excluding any
profit, for administrative services actually rendered in connection with payroll deductions.
Accordingly, these voluntary insurance programs are not subject to ERISA and related
regulations. All questions or claims regarding these programs should be directed to the
In the event of any conflict between the content contained herein and
the Summary Plan Description (SPD),
the provisions of the Summary Plan Description (SPD) shall prevail.
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