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Lowe's Announces Bonuses For Front-line Associates - Quick Facts

Lowe's Companies, Inc. (LOW) announced $100 million in bonuses to reward front-line associates, increasing the company's total commitment to associates and communities during the pandemic to more than $450 million. All active hourly associates in Lowe's U.S. stores, distribution centers and store support centers will receive the bonuses in mid-July. Full-time hourly associates will receive $300, and part-time and seasonal associates will receive $150.

Lowe's increased pay for full-time, part-time and seasonal associates by $2 per hour for the month of April. The company has also increased its support of communities in recent weeks, providing a total of $70 million in donation commitments through grants and PPE product donations.

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