When Burger King was a burger king, it was a job that allowed you to make it big

A burger king was once the kind of job that you could earn cash for, but that was nearly a century ago.

Now, the job is an endless stream of cash.

The world’s largest burger chain, Burger King, announced today that it has expanded its paychecks by over $1 billion to 1,200 employees.

The pay is now based on a formula based on “salary and benefits.”

In the past, the company paid employees based on an employee’s annual salary, but now the formula is based on how much money a worker makes in the last three years.

To help make up for this, Burger Kings employees will now receive a “cash bonus” of at least 50% of their salary.

The bonuses are part of a “salaries and benefits” overhaul Burger King announced on Thursday.

The company also announced that it is increasing the salary for its “management” staff by more than $200 million over the next three years, a move that it said will make up a significant portion of the total cost of operations.

The expansion of the pay is being made possible thanks to $1.1 billion in government and tax incentives.

As part of the new pay, Burger king said it would also create a new “merit-based” salary structure, giving employees higher salaries for work performed in the past.

To make the adjustment to the formula, Burger kings employees will receive a bonus equal to 50% more of their salaries in the first three years of the compensation period.

In addition, the bonuses will be based on factors that include the amount of time an employee has worked for the company in the previous three years as well as their performance in the current three-year period.

The new formula will also apply to “management,” “retail” and “management-level” workers.

These employees will also receive a lump sum pay increase equal to 40% of the salary in the fourth year of the plan.

The changes come after years of a dramatic rise in pay for top executives.

The average CEO in the United States last year earned $2.9 million, while the median salary for all employees was $2,717.

The top 5% of pay for executives rose by nearly 100%, while the bottom 50% saw their pay decrease by about 4%.

For the first time, the median pay for a full-time employee in the company’s United States headquarters was $7.6 million.

The compensation of all U.S. workers in 2016 rose by more that 6% from 2015, but a bigger pay bump was seen for top executive pay.

The median CEO of Burger King received $6.3 million, up by more over 1% over the previous year.

The $1,200 annual salary boost is part of an increase in the amount the company can pay employees.

Since the new formula was announced, the CEO of McDonald’s United State, Inc., which owns and operates Burger King in the U.K., earned $14.7 million.

That means McDonald’s executives earn an average of $1 million more than last year.

In 2016, Burger’s United Kingdom earned the highest total of top executives, with CEO Stephen Elop earning an average salary of $9.3.

Burger King’s CEO, John Schnatter, earned $13.4 million, but his base salary is only $1 and his bonus is only 50%.

According to Bloomberg, Schnatter will also get an additional $1 for every $1 in net income for the third year in a row.

The Burger King compensation overhaul will take effect July 1.

The news comes as the U,S.

economy is struggling to recover from the Great Recession and the job market has been on a tear since the recession officially ended in 2014.

For the full year, the unemployment rate was 5.9% and the rate for people who have been out of work for more than six months was 7.2%.

For most Americans, the pace of the economy is still too slow to be considered a “recovery.”

Burger King says it will continue to work with its employees to make changes in pay and benefits to better serve their needs and to ensure their happiness and well-being.

This new pay will help make sure that we stay focused on creating great work for our people, Burger says.

In a statement, a spokesperson for the McDonald’s company said that the company will continue its efforts to “make sure all our associates have the opportunity to achieve the highest standard of living possible and are not left behind by the challenges of our time.”

“Burger King remains committed to investing in our associates to ensure that they have the resources they need to grow and succeed in a fast-paced, challenging and challenging world,” the spokesperson said.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.