Melaleuca Awarding One-Time Bonuses in Wake of Tax Reform

In response to President Donald Trump’s tax cuts, Melaleuca will join other major business by giving its workers bonuses.

According to the Post Register, Melaleuca CEO Frank VanderSloot said in a phone interview that his 2,000 workers will get a one-time bonus of $100 for every year they have worked at the company. On average, Melaleuca employees stay at the company eight years — which would result in an $800 bonus. The company also has 147 employees who have worked for VanderSloot for 20 years or more.

AT&T, Boeing, Comcast and Wells Fargo, among others are offering a portion of their share with workers in the wake of landing a massive tax windfall.