• Special Packages

    NewCo Capital Group Pays Special Bonuses having maintained full salaries and benefits packages through the difficult and ongoing pandemic.

    The organization believes that it had a responsibility to assist its employees during this difficult time. Tweet this In December 2020, CNBC reported that a MagnifyMoney survey revealed that roughly 1 in 3 full-time workers experienced a pay cut due to the coronavirus pandemic. NewCo believes that not only did most companies not pay any special bonuses to their employees, some providers of capital unfortunately forced pay reductions of at least 10 percent on their already underpaid staff. Albert Gahfi, CEO of NewCo, said, “We founded NewCo to promote a sustainable-funding solution for small business owners while providing greater  

    Comments Off on NewCo Capital Group Pays Special Bonuses having maintained full salaries and benefits packages through the difficult and ongoing pandemic.
  • Special Packages

    Special Bonuses Await Team Nigeria Medalists at Tokyo 2020

    *Sports minister insists athletes and officials have enough kits for games Duro Ikhazuagbe Ahead of Friday’s opening ceremony of the delayed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, a special motivation bonus package has been laid out before Team Nigeria athletes in the quest for them to achieve podium finish in their events. Sports Minister, Sunday Dare revealed yesterday that the bonus package has been approved for the team and that some of the athletes are already being rewarded even before the start of the games. He also revealed further that corporate organisations have assured him of hefty packages for the athletes who  

    Comments Off on Special Bonuses Await Team Nigeria Medalists at Tokyo 2020
  • Lingerie and Swimwear

    Canada’s largest lingerie and swimwear retailer scraps worker bonuses

      Canada’s largest lingerie and swimwear retailer scraps worker bonuses By Alexandra Greene 17 July 2020 Canada’s largest lingerie and swimwear retailer, la Vie en Rose, has told workers its bonus program will be scrapped despite the dangerous working conditions they confront amid a raging pandemic. The company, which operates some 360 outlets in over 15 countries, including about 270 stores in Canada, owes its success in recent years to a low-paid workforce with virtually no job security. La Vie en Rose pays the vast majority of its store-level employees the minimum wage. Hiring contracts only require employees to work a  

    Comments Off on Canada’s largest lingerie and swimwear retailer scraps worker bonuses