This comes on the heels of the news that Wal-mart will give a $1,000 to all of its hourly employees. Yesterday, D.C. Electric Company Potomac Power announced they will slash utility bills following Tax Reform Bill
HOUSTON, TX (WKBN) – Waste Management announced Wednesday that they will pay a $2,000 bonus to every North American employee not on a bonus structure or sales incentive plan.
Most of the employees to receive the bonuses will be hourly workers.
The company said they were handing out the bonuses “in light of the meaningful contributions of its employees and the new U.S. corporate tax structure.”
“We are about to get a tax benefit as our U.S. corporate tax rate goes from 35 percent to 21 percent. In considering how to best spend that, we wanted to find a way to help grow our economy, which in turn, will help grow our business, and give some of the tax savings back to those hardworking employees who do not get the opportunity to participate in our salaried incentive plans,” ---Jim Fish, President and CEO Waste Management.
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JUST IN: Waste Management says it will distribute a $2,000 bonus to every North American employee not on a bonus or sales incentive plan, including hourly and other employees, due to tax reform. https://t.co/jn8limUSe7 pic.twitter.com/rk94PUYhFA— CNBC Now (@CNBCnow) January 10, 2018