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Dunkin'

Headquarters: 130 Royall Street
Canton, MA 02021
Employees: 250,000+
President: Scott Murphy
Subsidiary of Inspire Brands

Website: http://www.dunkindonuts.com

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Dunkin' is one of the world's largest donut and coffee restaurant companies in the U.S. Dunkin' shortened its name from Dunkin Donuts in 2018 and is nearly 100% franchised.

The Dunkin' Brands company was acquired by Inspire Brands in 2020 for $11.3 billion which included Dunkin' and Baskin-Robbins. Inspire Brands also owns Arby's, Baskin-Robbins, Buffalo Wild Wings, Jimmy John's and Sonic restaurant chains

There are over 12,700 Dunkin' stores in 40 countries with system sales of $9.4 billion.

Dunkin' is best known for its donuts and donut holes known as Munchkins. The chain also sells hot coffee and iced coffee along with frozen drinks, bagels, croissants, muffins and sandwiches.

History

William Rosenberg founded Dunkin' Donuts in 1950. By 1954, Mr. Rosenberg had opened a total of five Dunkin' Donuts shops, and had been featured as a young entrepreneur in national publications such as The Saturday Evening Post and Coronet magazine.

Togo's Subs was established in 1968 near the San Jose State University campus in California. In 1971, a former student by the name of Mike Cobler purchased the store, upgraded the menu, and changed the name to Togo's Eatery.

Baskin-Robbins was founded in 1946 in Glendale, CA.

Allied Domecq PLC, a global business specializing in wine and spirits production and distribution, and quick-service restaurant operations, was established in 1994 when Allied-Lyons acquired Pedro Domecq, the leading spirits company in Spain and Mexico. Baskin-Robbins had earlier been incorporated into the organization in 1978, when Allied Breweries acquired J Lyons, whose holdings included the Glendale, CA-based ice cream company. Dunkin' Donuts, previously an independently owned company founded in Quincy, MA, was acquired in 1989.

In 1997, Allied Domecq acquired San Jose, CA-based Togo's Eatery, rounding out a full-day options of brands in breakfast with Dunkin' Donuts, lunch and dinner with Togo's, and afternoon or evening treats with Baskin-Robbins.

Pernod Ricard, a French wine and spirits company, acquired Allied Domecq in 2005.

Three private equity firms -- Bain Capital Partners, Carlyle Group and Thomas H. Lee Partners -- own Dunkin Brands after purchasing the company from French-company Pernod Ricard SA for $2.425 billion in cash in 2006.

Benefits

Medical Coverage: Depending on where you live, Dunkin' Brands offers a choice of managed care plans covering a wide range of medical, vision, behavioral health, chemical dependency, and prescription drug coverage, all designed to provide you and your eligible dependents with the most appropriate care for your medical needs. We consider spouses, unmarried dependent children, domestic partners, and unmarried dependent children of domestic partners to be eligible dependents. Coverage cost is shared by the company and the employee.
Dental Coverage: Dunkin' Brands offers two Delta Dental plan options that include coverage for preventive care, major and minor restorative care, and orthodontia. Coverage cost is shared by the company and the employee.
Basic Life Insurance: Provides coverage equal to two times the employee's annual base pay (up to $800,000). Company paid. Employee-paid supplemental life insurance is also available.
Basic Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance (AD&D): Provides coverage equal to two times the employee's annual base pay (up to $800,000) in the event of specified accidental injury or death. Company paid.
Employee-paid supplemental AD&D is also available.
Basic Short-term Disability (STD): Provides at least 60% of your pre-disability weekly pay for up to 180 days if you are unable to work due to disability or illness. Benefits become payable after eight consecutive days of disability. Company paid.
Basic Long-term Disability (LTD): Provides a minimum of 50% of your monthly income if your approved disability lasts longer than 180 days. Employee paid.
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA): Dunkin' Brands offers health care and dependent care FSAs for payment of eligible health and dependent care expenses with tax-free dollars, up to the IRS accepted limits.
Long-term Care Insurance: An optional benefit that can help manage the cost of care if employee or a family member becomes ill and can no longer function independently. Can be extended to eligible family members. Employee paid.
Employee Assistance Program: Provides confidential counseling, information, and referrals on a wide range of concerns, ranging from substance abuse to emotional problems to marriage conflicts and work-related problems. Telephone assistance is available 24 hours a day and can be combined with up to six visits to a counselor per year. Company paid.
401 (k) Plan: Dunkin' Brands matches employee contributions up to 4% dollar for dollar.
Paid Time Off:
Vacation:
Dunkin' Brands provides three weeks vacation time per year that begins accruing upon your date of hire. The provision increases to four weeks after ten years and five weeks after 15 years.
Holidays: All employees who work a minimum of 21 hours per week are provided with 11 paid holidays per calendar year, one of which is an announced floating holiday and another one is an employee choice holiday.
Sick Time: Up to eight days per calendar year, depending on scheduled workweek.
Personal Time: All employees are given two personal days per calendar year in addition to vacation and sick time.
Bereavement: All employees are eligible for up to three paid days off because of the loss of a family member. Additional days may be available if the employee needs to make funeral arrangements or to travel out of the area.
Group Auto and Homeowners Insurance: Dunkin' Brands offers home, auto, boat, and many other types of insurance at up to an 8% discount. Employee paid.
Tuition Reimbursement: After 6 months of service, provides up to $4,500 reimbursement (including tuition, registration, lab fees, required textbooks, and instructional-related fees) to employees who complete approved undergraduate courses or job-related graduate level courses under the program's eligibility guidelines.
Employee Credit Union: Provides employees, upon membership, with a wide range of financial services including interest-bearing savings options to auto and personal loans.

Updated December 19, 2021

 

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