At Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, the ideals of fairness, mutual respect and equal opportunity for all people are at the core of our corporate culture and the driving force behind everything we do. Our holistic approach to diversity and inclusion helps facilitate and authenticate the relationships we have with our guests and suppliers, enabling us to effectively engage with the communities in which we serve. From each guest who walks through our doors to the diverse suppliers we do business with, we value what everyone brings to the table and believe that each person should be treated that way.
Why Diversity and Inclusion Matter to Us
Enhance the Core - Workplace
We strive to recruit, develop, and retain a high performance workforce that reflects the communities in which we operate. Workforce and community demographics are changing. As the economy continues to recover, the competition to attract and retain top talent is only increasing. At Cracker Barrel, we create a best place to work culture to ensure our business success.
Employee Resource Groups
At Cracker Barrel, we believe that it’s impossible to take care of our guests without taking care of our employees first. Employee Resource Groups exist to do just that—to engage, develop and connect our employees through a wide range of programs, events, and community outreach projects.
Inspiring Women Leaders
Growing Millennial Talent and Strengthening the Cracker Barrel Brand
Promoting LGBT Awareness and Building Workplace Inclusion
United Cultural Awareness Network
Embracing Our Cultures to Enhance the Employee Experience
Cracker Barrel Military Volunteers
Supporting employees and brand initiatives by providing Veteran-centric consultation and support to recruiting, retention and marketing programs.
Our vendors and suppliers are a key ingredient in our commitment to Pleasing People®, helping us provide the products and services our guests enjoy. Learn more.
Expand the Footprint – Marketplace
Increase Cracker Barrel’s footprint in diverse markets.
Guest and suppliers in our industry are becoming increasingly diverse – ultimately making their needs and experiential requirements more diverse. We must be able to understand, interface, partner, and respond to these needs in ways that carry on our tradition of hospitality, fairness and mutual respect.
Extend the Brand - Community
Support the economic health and sustainability of the communities where we live, work, operate, and serve.
In the community exist our current employees, guests, and suppliers. In the community exist our future employees, guest, and suppliers. We must be positioned to relate to, engage, and support them.