Move over Buc-ee's there is a new company in town we all want to work for.

Why do so many people love Buc-ee's? In case you don't know Buc-ee's basically a gas station on steroids. Not only does Buc-ee's offer you the best snacks but they have the cleanest bathrooms. Everyone loves Buc-ee's and they are eager to get you to come work for them.

All 33 Buc-ee's locations have signs advertising salaries for different positions. Why does Buc-ee's choose to showcase their pay, vacation time, and its 401K plan on big bright signs you can't miss? Business Insider was told by Buc-ee's general counsel Jeff Nadalo that they do it in hopes of getting the attention of "top job candidates".

Could it be that other big stores are taking notes? Perhaps stores like Hobby Lobby?

It Seems Like Hobby Lobby Is Taking a Play Out of Buc-ee's Book

Via Google Maps
Via Google Maps

Hobby Lobby Stores Will Ring in the New Year With a Raise

The company plans to raise its minimum full-time hourly wage to $18.50 per hour.

According to CBS 19, Hobby Lobby has raised its minimum wage 12 times in the last 13 years. Is Hobby Lobby trying to teach the rest of America how you retain your employees? Is Hobby Lobby doing this to try to keep up with inflation?

Unlike several other retail stores, Hobby Lobby offers benefits including a medical, prescription, and dental plan, 401(K), life insurance, long-term disability benefits, and life insurance.

With Inflation at an All-Time High, is Hobby Lobby Leading the Way for Other Companies?

According to Forbes, "overall inflation is soaring" Forbes also mentioned supply chain issues causing prices to soar.

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