In 1977, the United Nations recognized March 8 as International Women’s Day to support women’s rights and gender equality. But we know that women and their achievements should be celebrated year round, especially in the workplace.
In honor of National Women’s Day in March, Jack in the Box celebrated women at all levels of the organization by highlighting their stories, successes and contributions to the company. Roughly 63% of Jack in the Box restaurant employees are women and according to Melissa Corrigan, Chief Human Resources Officer for the brand, each has gone above and beyond to help drive the brand forward.
Read more about three female leaders at Jack in the Box who shared their experiences of being a woman in the food service industry.