Frisch’s Big Boy Expands its Benefits Package With New DailyPay Partnership

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NEW YORK — Today, Frisch’s Big Boy, the 75-year-old American comfort food and casual-themed restaurant brand, announced its partnership with DailyPay–the leading provider of on-demand pay. Through the partnership, Frisch’s Big Boy’s employees have access to an important financial wellness benefit that allows them to access their earned pay after completing each shift.

“Frisch’s is committed to creating an exceptional experience for our valued team members. By partnering with DailyPay, we can provide our 3,000+ team members with peace of mind with the financial wellness that DailyPay offers,” said Jamie Bowling, Director of Human Resources at Frisch’s Big Boy. “Equipping our team members to access a portion of their paycheck in advance of payday is a game changer. This benefit allows our team members to focus on themselves and their families which ultimately provides them security and allows them to then provide genuine care for our guests.”

Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, Frisch’s Big Boy is among the latest QSR employers to add on-demand pay to its suite of benefits.

Understanding that life happens between paychecks, Frisch’s Big Boy has eliminated the need for employees to wait weeks on end to receive the pay they’ve already earned. With DailyPay, employees have the power to save, spend and invest on their own schedule. According to research conducted by the Mercator Advisory Group commissioned by DailyPay, 77% of users said that DailyPay’s on-demand pay benefit helps them save money by avoiding other more expensive alternatives to handle expenses. To learn more about career opportunities at Frisch’s Big Boy, visit



Frisch’s Big Boy

Founded in 1947, Frisch’s Big Boy restaurants have always served scratch-made food, prepared to order from their own kitchens at a reasonable price. The signature double-decker burger the “Big Boy” is made with fresh, never frozen beef patties, a double-decker bun, and the Frisch’s Original Tartar Sauce that guests have come to crave. An unlimited soup and salad bar as well as scratch-made soups and salad dressings, hand-breaded onion rings, house-made pies and desserts and fresh baked biscuits are also served daily. Home of burgers, the unlimited weekend breakfast bar and the beloved Big Boy mascot, who has been serving up food, fun and family memories for 75 years. The brand consists of over 100 company-owned and franchise partner locations across Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. For more information, visit


DailyPay, Inc., powered by its industry-leading technology platform, is on a mission to build a new financial system for everyone. DailyPay delivers the industry’s leading on-demand pay solution with modern, insight-driven pay strategies that help America’s leading employers to activate their workforce and build stronger relationships with their employees, so they feel more engaged, work harder, and stay longer. DailyPay works to ensure that money is always in the right place at the right time for employers, merchants, and financial institutions. DailyPay is headquartered in New York City, with operations based in Minneapolis and Belfast. For more information, visit

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