In the last few months, we've seen a nonstop stream of great news for hard-working Americans thanks to GOP-led tax cuts, and this week was no exception!
Yesterday, Tyson Foods announced that it will give employees bonuses as a result of tax cuts. Likewise, pharmacy giant CVS announced increased pay and additional benefits for its workers. This will undoubtedly have a major impact right here at home, since there are more than 100 CVS locations across the Silver State.
"Despite all this good news for middle-class Nevadans, Jacky Rosen sure hasn't said much. That's likely because in true #RecklessRosen form, Rosen voted against the tax reforms that made all of this good news possible. And each time a company with a major Nevada presence announces plans to raise wages, improve benefits, and dole out bonuses, Jacky Rosen is reminded of just how wrong she was." - Keelie Broom, Nevada Communications Director, Republican National Committee
The list of companies in Nevada who are using tax cuts to make employees' lives easier keeps getting longer! Here are just a few other examples:
- Wal-Mart: more than 14,000 employees in Nevada, will raise wages and give bonuses
- Best Buy: more than 6 locations just in Las Vegas, announced bonuses for its full-time employees
- Lowe's: more than 10 locations statewide, announced bonuses and plans to expand employee benefits
- Allstate: more than 80 agents just in Las Vegas, plans to expand its distribution and use additional profit for employee bonuses or retirement benefits
- Starbucks: around 200 stores in Nevada, announced pay raises and stock grants for employees
- Verizon: more than 13 locations across the Silver State, plans to give employees $400 million in stock
- AT&T: among the first companies to announce employee bonuses, employs more than 1,200 people in Nevada
- JP Morgan Chase: more than 50 branches in Nevada, unveiled a $20 billion investment plan that will boost employee wages, create thousands of new jobs, and increase lending to small businesses
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