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Wal-Mart To Give Additional Bonuses; Closed For Thanksgiving

The chain announced Tuesday that the bonuses are for both full-time and part-time hourly employees

Posted: Jul 21, 2020 10:51 AM

Wal-Mart announced that they will pay out another bonus to its employees that have worked through the pandemic.

Full-time hourly associates will recieve a $300 bonus, while part-time hourly and temporary associates will recieve $150.

Wal-Mart and Sam's Club also announced that they will be closed for Thanksgiving Day.  The move to closed was made for the associates.

"We know this has been a trying year, and our associates have stepped up," said John Furner, President and CEO of Walmart U.S.

"We hope they will enjoy a special Thanksgiving Day at home with their loved ones.  We are certainly thankful to our people for all their efforts."

Wal-Mart and Sam's Club will be open for normal business hours on Wednesday, November 25th.  The stores will reopen on Friday, November 27th.

The bonuses are for associates who have been employed by the company as of July 31st and will pay out on August 20th.  This is the third special bonus handed out by the company in 2020.

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