Discussion in 'Free Speech Alley' started by LSUpride123, Dec 20, 2017.
now you're just being crude
Obama was too feminine to have a cock.
This is bigger than I thought.
A few samples below.
Charlie Bravo Aviation
-- $1,000 bonuses to all six employees
Charlotte Pipe and Foundry Company -- $1,000 bonuses for all 1,400 employees
Citizens Financial Group -- $1,000 bonuses for 12,500 employees and $10 million for charitable donations
“Corporate tax reform provides us with an opportunity to recognize the role our colleagues have played in delivering better results for customers and shareholders, and to positively impact the communities where we live, work and play,” said Bruce Van Saun, chairman and chief executive officer of Citizens Financial Group. – Citizens Financial Group press release
Colling Pest Solutions – employee bonuses
Comcast -- $1,000 bonuses to 100,000 employees; at least $50 billion investment in infrastructure in next five years
“Based on the passage of tax reform and the FCC's action on broadband, Brian L. Roberts, Chairman and CEO of Comcast NBCUniversal, announced that the Company would award special $1,000 bonuses to more than one hundred thousand eligible frontline and non-executive employees.” – Comcast press release
Copperleaf Assisted Living
– $200 - $600 bonuses for 175 employees
“An assisted-living business will give its 175 employees bonuses up to $600 as a result of the tax reform package passed by Congress and signed by President Trump on Friday.
Krista Mendyke, who owns Copperleaf Assisted Living with her husband, Jim, said they will give away all of the company's estimated tax savings as a result of the legislation.” – excerpt from Stevens Point (Wis.) Journal
Cornerstone Holdings – employee bonuses
Dayton T. Brown Inc. (engineering/testing company) -- $400 bonuses for each of the 210 employees
“We’re going to save a significant amount of money on this new tax law and . . . certainly, we’re nothing without our employees,”
The inspiration for the bonus was AT&T’s announcement Wednesday that it was giving its employees $1,000 bonuses, [Chief Financial Officer Steve] Marini said. – excerpt from NewsDay article
Delaware Supermarkets Inc. -- $150 extra bonuses to 1,000 non-management personnel.
“Our ability to provide bonuses and training to our employees demonstrates the far-reaching implications of this tax reform. We have a renewed optimism for the local and the national economy, and this important legislation better positions us for future growth.” – Christopher Kenny, CEO
“This legislation benefits those of who count on Main Street budgets for our livelihoods, and it’s a privilege to share the benefits with the men and women who work so hard at ShopRite. It makes it possible to succeed in a very competitive industry.” -- Melissa Kenny, director of sales and marketing
DePatco, Inc. – employee bonuses
Dime Community Bancshares, Inc. -- $1,000 bonuses for non-executive employees
Eagle Ridge Ranch – employee bonuses
– all 2,000 employees will receive a $100 bonus for each year they have worked at the company
“We’re going to be able to have quite a few substantial dollars after taxes,”[CEO Frank] VanderSloot said. “I suspect we’re one of the largest taxpayers in the state, so we’re going to have some more dollars to spread around. That money should go to the people who built the company.” – Associated Press article
Mid-AM Metal Forming – bonuses for 140 employees
Mid-AM Metal Forming is giving its 140 employees cash bonuses.
The local company is one of many companies, like Jet Blue and AT&T, giving employees a bonus because of the tax law reform.
"Mid-AM Metal Forming is excited about the positive implications the tax reform package will have both on the manufacturing industry and its employees," President Steve Johnson said in a news release. "We have very dedicated employees that assist in making us a success. We are excited to surprise all of them with this reward.”
The company does metal stretch forming, bending, metal fabrication and painting services, according to the news release, serving aerospace, automotive, marine and architectural purposes. – Jan. 6 OzarksFirst.com article excerpt
Move It Or Lose It Moving LLC – employee bonuses
National Bank Holdings Corporation – $1,000 bonuses for employees making less than $50,000 (exact number receiving bonus unknown at this time)
“This move is in part a response to the recently enacted tax legislation, which is anticipated to have a positive impact on the U.S. economy.” – National Bank Holdings Corporation press release
Nationwide Insurance -- $1,000 bonuses to 29,000 employees; increased 401(k) matching contributions for 33,000 employees
“The combination of the new tax legislation, including a reduced corporate tax rate, and our associates’ ongoing commitment to our members, community and On Your Side promise are the reasons we’re making this investment that further enhances the already robust benefits we offer to attract and retain the best talent.” – Nationwide Insurance statement
Royal Hawaiian Heritage Jewelry
– the company will open additional retail locations
Royal Hawaiian Heritage Jewelry has been in business for about 40 years.
And owner Jackie Breeden is hoping a sweeping tax overhaul approved by Congress and headed to the president's desk will help her expand operations beyond her stores at Pearlridge Center and on Bishop Street, and a single neighbor island outlet in Kona.
"I'm from Kauai so I would like to open up a shop back on the island of Kauai and on the west side of Honolulu as well, and be back in Maui. Before we were on all the islands," she said. – Hawaii News Now article excerpt
Rush Enterprises – $1,000 bonuses for all 6,600 employees
“We believe tax reform to be beneficial for Rush Enterprises, our communities and overall economic growth,” said W.M. “Rusty” Rush, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President of Rush Enterprises, Inc. “We are happy to take this step to invest in our employees and honor their important contributions to our company with this $1,000 gift,” he added.
The $1,000 discretionary bonus will be paid to all Rush Enterprises, Inc. employees once the President signs the tax reform bill into law. – Rush Enterprises, Inc.
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