Dick's Drive-In offers workers a $10-an-hour starting salary with regular merit raises, health coverage, a 401(k) plan and up to $22,000 in tuition help over four years. "You want the best employees? You should expect the best benefits. Both of my parents [who founded the business] were the first in their extended families to go to college, so they've been pro-education since," says Jim Spady, the company's vice president and legal counsel.

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