Home Depot to Give $1 Billion to its Employees

With everyone staying in their houses and getting around to doing those home improvements and DIY projects, The…
Home Depot to Give $1 Billion in Raises to its Employees: Will Invest the same Next Year

With everyone staying in their houses and getting around to doing those home improvements and DIY projects, The earnings of U.S. hardware giant Home Depot for the third quarter rose 23 percent from the same period in 2019.

The company announced this week that it is investing a billion dollars of that profit into its employees—and making it permanent.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, The Home Depot has been supporting its associates with expanded paid time off for all hourly workers and implementing temporary weekly bonuses for everyone.

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Now the company is transitioning from these temporary programs to invest in permanent wage increases for frontline employees—both full and part time—totaling $1 billion in raises for their workers annually.

The chairman and CEO Craig Menear said in a statement that:

I am proud of the resilience and strength our associates have continued to demonstrate, and I would like to thank them. We believe that our associates are a competitive advantage to the Home Depot, and they’re critical to the overall customer experience.

Craig Menear

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