Domino’s to give holiday bonuses of up to $1,200 to hourly employees


GLENDALE, CA – JUNE 21: A Domino’s Pizza delivery man sets out for delivery on June 21, 2012 in Glendale, California. A group of pizza chains including Domino’s, Papa John’s, Little Caesars, Godfather’s Pizza and Pizza Hut are joining to fight a proposed menu labeling plan that would require them to update and pay for in-store menu boards with nutritional information, arguing that the majority of their customers order over the phone or online. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

ANN ARBOR, MI (NEXSTAR) — Domino’s Pizza has created a stimulus program of its own for its frontline workers, announcing in a news release Monday that it will give $9.6 million in special holiday bonuses this December.

More than 11,500 drivers and other hourly employees are eligible for the bonuses, with some earning up to $1,200.

December’s round of bonuses follows another special bonus for frontline workers at stores and supply chain centers earlier this year, as well as the pizza purveyor’s “Feed the Need” program to give 10 million slices to those in need.

“We strive every day to uphold our values of doing the right thing and putting people first,” said Domino’s Chief Executive Officer Ritch Allison. “We have the honor and privilege of being open and operating throughout the U.S. during this crisis, and we recognize that we could not be doing it without the hard work and dedication of our team members.”

Domino’s previously announced that it is also looking to hire 30,000 people to meet the demand as pizza sales climbed during the pandemic.

The company’s stock has jumped nearly 30% this year.

Domino’s has more than 17,200 restaurants in 90 markets around the world.

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