Walmart to raise its starting wage to 11, give some employees bonuses following tax bill passage

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Walmart is giving 1,000 bonuses to workers

- nydailynews.com
11 Jan 2018
A list compiled by Americans for Tax Reform notes nearly 60 companies have announced bonuses in light of the tax overhaul. Ahead of Walmart's announcement, the total cost of bonuses amounted to only .09% of the tax cuts to corporate America over 10 years, Think Progress reported.

Dems MELTDOWN as Walmart Makes HUGE 'Tax Reform' Announcement

11 Jan 2018
But Walmart is joining other corporations and banks like Wells Fargo and Fifth Third BankCorp which also announced the tax bill made it possible for them to raise the minimum wage for their workers. Comcast handed over 100,000 "frontline and non-executive employees" a generous $1,000 Christmas bonus as well.
- truthfeednews.com

Tax cut dividend Mart to pay bonuses, raise minimum wage for employees in wake of GOP bill

- hotair.com
11 Jan 2018
Not everyone gets a $1,000 bonus, only employees with 20 years of service or more. Those with less time see their payout scaled down. It's also true that Wal-Mart is playing catch-up here with Target , which raised its own minimum wage to $11 an hour a few months ago and plans to raise it to $15 by 2020. To some extent, this wave of post-tax-bill bonuses are all PR moves, ...

Walmart Raises Wages, Gives Bonuses to Over One Million Employees Thanks to Tax Reform

11 Jan 2018
The American economy continues to prosper under President Donald Trump. Well over 100 American companies gave their employees up to $2,000 in bonuses after President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Several corporations such as AT , Comcast, and Nationwide also increased their 401(k) match rate, raise their minimum wages, and increased domestic investment because of ...
- breitbart.com

Walmart Hikes Wages, Shells Out Bonuses, And More, Because Of GOP Tax Cut

- dailywire.com
11 Jan 2018
One of the latest businesses reacting to the GOP tax plan is retail giant Walmart, which announced on Thursday that it will increase their minimum wage and hand out bonus checks to their hourly workers. U.S. employees of Walmart will now see their hourly wage kicked up to $11 an hour, and workers will also be receiving bonus checks of up to $1,000.

Walmart announces raises and bonuses, credits lower taxes

11 Jan 2018
The new Walmart employee wage increase follows two earlier pay hikes the retailer implemented in 2015 and 2016 that raised hourly worker pay to $9 and $10 an hour, respectively. (Today, new hires start at $9 and move up to $10 after completing a training course.) Walmart has been criticized by organized-labor advocates for its pay rates, and has been a frequent target of ...
- nbcnews.com

Walmart to raise starting hourly wage to 11, offer paid parental leave

- washingtonpost.com
11 Jan 2018
Walmart, which said the changes would take effect in mid-February, also plans to give one-time cash bonuses to some part-time and full-time workers, ranging from $200 (for workers who have been at Walmart for two to four years) to $1,000 (for those who have been working there for 20 or more years).

Time Bonus and Expand Hourly Maternity and Parental Leave

11 Jan 2018
An increase in Walmart's starting wage rate to $11 an hour, effective in the Feb. 17, 2018, pay cycle. The change is in addition to wage increases already planned for many U.S. markets in the coming fiscal year. The increase applies to all hourly associates in the U.S., including stores, Sam's Clubs, eCommerce, logistics and Home Office.
- news.walmart.com

Walmart Raising Starting Wages to 11 Hour, Offers Bonuses

- nbcphiladelphia.com
11 Jan 2018
In this June 5, 2017, file photo, a worker stacks merchandise outside a Walmart in Salem, N.H. Walmart is boosting its starting salary for U.S. workers to $11 an hour, giving a one-time $1,000 cash bonus to eligible employees and expanding its maternity and parental leave benefits. The retailer said Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018, changes to its compensation and benefits policy ...
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