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.