Idaho businesses respond to tax reform bill with bonuses

Idaho businesses respond to tax reform bill with bonuses

Now that the tax reform bill has passed, Melaleuca CEO Frank VanderSloot has a challenge for Idaho businesses: give bonuses to all employees.

“We’re going to have more money in our pocket and that means we can afford to give our employees more,” VanderSloot said. “I’m challenging all other companies in Idaho to do the same. We’re asking other businesses to step up because everyone is going to see more money in their paycheck. We wouldn’t have our companies without our employees. They mean everything to us!”

Below is a list of Idaho businesses that have announced they are giving bonuses or pay raises because of the tax reform bill. If your company has accepted “The VanderSloot Challenge” and should be included on this list, email us at news@eastidahonews.com. We’ll continually update this post as businesses respond.

  • Sometimes I Sew
  • Premier Technology
  • Zions Bank
  • Walmart
  • Elite Roofing Systems
  • Elite Clinical Trials
  • Stifel Nicholas
  • Colling Pest Solutions
  • Smith Chevrolet
  • Smith Honda
  • Smith RV
  • Sam’s Club
  • Move it or Lose it Moving LLC
  • Willow Creek Woodworks
  • Starbucks
  • Gardner Company
  • Home Depot
  • Resident Construction LLC
  • Steel Design LLC
  • Get Found First
  • Melaleuca
  • Riverbend Management, Inc.
  • Natural Guardian
  • JPMorgan Chase
  • Fort Ranch
  • Cornerstone Holdings
  • Kauai Cattle LLC
  • Eagle Ridge Ranch
  • Riverbend Ranch
  • Northpoint Apartments
  • Riverbend Services
  • Frank L. VanderSloot Foundation
  • InUnison Inc.
  • Riverbend Communications
  • Ball Ventures
  • AT&T
  • Wells Fargo
  • EastIdahoNews.com
  • Washington Federal
  • DePatco

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