Walmart is recognizing its employees by paying a special bonus of $300 per full-time employee and $150 per part-time employee.
Every hourly associate employed by the company as of March 1 will qualify, and it will pay out on April 2. In addition to that special bonus for hourly associates, the company will accelerate the next scheduled quarterly bonus for store, club and supply chain associates a month early. When it pays out in late April, it will help provide more cash in hand for associates sooner.
As part of responding to the current environment, Walmart is also hiring 150,000 new associates through the end of May to work in stores, clubs, distribution centers and fulfillment centers. These roles will be temporary at first, but many will convert to permanent roles over time. We’ve reached out to industry groups representing restaurants and hospitality to facilitate temporary roles that can be a bridge for their employees during this difficult time.
Target announced that they're giving thanks for their frontline employees with another $200 bonus heading into the holidays! #EmployerShoutout
Walmart is increasing pay for 425,000 employees next month. ❤️it when big companies earn an #employershoutout
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The company has announced they are hiring 50,000 workers across the country for this upcoming spring season. Positions include full-time, part-time, and seasonal hours.
They will also be paying out $80,000 in discretionary bonuses to current employees. This is the 7th time the company has paid out bonuses since the start of the #coronavirus pandemic began. Way to go, Lowe's!
Home Depot announced they will spend $1 billion more on employees' wages annually!
A few months back, #HomeDepot pledged to spend $1.7 billion in temporary pay and benefits for staff working through the #Coronavirus crisis. They will be changing some of those benefits to permanent wage increases for frontline hourly workers.
Way to go, Home Depot!
The National Veteran-Owned Business Association (NaVOBA) has announced the best corporations committed to working with veteran-owned businesses in 2020.
Some notable companies include:
Do you know of any other corporations that should be on the list?? Comment below!