Billy Sims Barbecue Compensation FAQ

Read what Billy Sims Barbecue employees think about their compensation at the company.

Billy Sims Barbecue has a compensation and benefits rating of 1.5. If you want to know how much Billy Sims Barbecue employees make, head to their Salaries page to see a list of salaries per occupation, along with bonuses.

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December 28, 2020

How do employees feel about the referral program at Billy Sims Barbecue?

Pros

Free food, generally easy to climb the ladder and get promoted to a higher position. 1 week of paid vacation.

Cons

Wages are not competitive (generally less than $40,000 a year for general manager working 50 plus hours a week) Hours are long. Most management jobs ask for 50 hours per week, but this one required 2 14 hours days per week, and sometimes on top of that a 12 hour day. Often outside sales and events would cause the 50 hour work week to push 60 hours. 1 week of paid vacation, but generally too short handed to actually take the vacation. Absolutely no other benefits at all. No healthcare, vision, dental, 401k. No bonus program or incentive to increase sales or lower cost of goods. No holiday pay, and the only holidays that the store was closed was Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.

Advice to Management

While you dont have to offer the best benefits, any at all would be nice. Work life balance needs to be viewed as well. These 2 things are key to happy employees.

No bonus program or incentive to increase sales or lower cost of goods.

December 28, 2020

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December 28, 2020

What is the salary like at Billy Sims Barbecue?

Pros

Free food, generally easy to climb the ladder and get promoted to a higher position. 1 week of paid vacation.

Cons

Wages are not competitive (generally less than $40,000 a year for general manager working 50 plus hours a week) Hours are long. Most management jobs ask for 50 hours per week, but this one required 2 14 hours days per week, and sometimes on top of that a 12 hour day. Often outside sales and events would cause the 50 hour work week to push 60 hours. 1 week of paid vacation, but generally too short handed to actually take the vacation. Absolutely no other benefits at all. No healthcare, vision, dental, 401k. No bonus program or incentive to increase sales or lower cost of goods. No holiday pay, and the only holidays that the store was closed was Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.

Advice to Management

While you dont have to offer the best benefits, any at all would be nice. Work life balance needs to be viewed as well. These 2 things are key to happy employees.

Wages are not competitive (generally less than $40,000 a year for general manager working 50 plus hours a week)

December 28, 2020

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December 28, 2020

What are other benefits and incentives like at Billy Sims Barbecue?

Pros

Free food, generally easy to climb the ladder and get promoted to a higher position. 1 week of paid vacation.

Cons

Wages are not competitive (generally less than $40,000 a year for general manager working 50 plus hours a week) Hours are long. Most management jobs ask for 50 hours per week, but this one required 2 14 hours days per week, and sometimes on top of that a 12 hour day. Often outside sales and events would cause the 50 hour work week to push 60 hours. 1 week of paid vacation, but generally too short handed to actually take the vacation. Absolutely no other benefits at all. No healthcare, vision, dental, 401k. No bonus program or incentive to increase sales or lower cost of goods. No holiday pay, and the only holidays that the store was closed was Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.

Advice to Management

While you dont have to offer the best benefits, any at all would be nice. Work life balance needs to be viewed as well. These 2 things are key to happy employees.

No bonus program or incentive to increase sales or lower cost of goods.

December 28, 2020

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December 28, 2020

Does Billy Sims Barbecue offer a yearly bonus?

Pros

Free food, generally easy to climb the ladder and get promoted to a higher position. 1 week of paid vacation.

Cons

Wages are not competitive (generally less than $40,000 a year for general manager working 50 plus hours a week) Hours are long. Most management jobs ask for 50 hours per week, but this one required 2 14 hours days per week, and sometimes on top of that a 12 hour day. Often outside sales and events would cause the 50 hour work week to push 60 hours. 1 week of paid vacation, but generally too short handed to actually take the vacation. Absolutely no other benefits at all. No healthcare, vision, dental, 401k. No bonus program or incentive to increase sales or lower cost of goods. No holiday pay, and the only holidays that the store was closed was Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.

Advice to Management

While you dont have to offer the best benefits, any at all would be nice. Work life balance needs to be viewed as well. These 2 things are key to happy employees.

No holiday pay, and the only holidays that the store was closed was Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.

December 28, 2020

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