What This CEO Did To His Employees During A Zoom Call Had Them IN TEARS!

One thing that the Coronavirus pandemic has done is it has definitely changed the way we perceive working remotely.

I have worked remotely for the company I work at for a number of years and only recently has everyone decided to jump on the bandwagon. It’s interesting seeing people adapt.

Of course, there are people that when they are on these Zoom calls act a little bit differently than they normally would in the office. I saw a guy on a Zoom call this week where everyone noticed that he had been wearing the same shirt three days in a row…

You can buy a lot of things with $1.6 million: a fancy car, a big house and maybe even early retirement. It’s a one-way ticket to the good life.

When Larry Connor made that sum over eight days of coronavirus volatility in the stock market, he decided to give it back to his employees.
Connor, the owner and founder of The Connor Group, an Ohio-based real estate investment firm, captured the shock and gratitude of employees during his video announcement of the bonuses.
The company, which employs roughly 400 associates, has continued to keep its luxury apartment communities open as an essential business during the Covid-19 outbreak.
“These are challenging times, but the way our people have responded has been nothing short of heroic,” Connor said in a company news release. “Our No. 1 core value is ‘Do the right thing.’ So when I think about how I made the money compared to what our associates do on every day, to me, (paying the bonuses) was the right thing to do.”
The company will pay out the bonuses, which range from $2,000 to $9,000, to all “non-highly compensated associates,” according to the company news release.
The payouts were calculated on a tiered system based on position and longevity, said company spokeswoman Amanda Brown, adding that associates who made more than $150,000 were not eligible. The median salary of associates who received bonuses is roughly $42,000, she said.
“Family comes first. I love that about this company. That’s what keeps me here,” said Memo Alba, a partner and a senior maintenance technician who is nearing his 13th year at The Connor Group. “They’ve always made me feel that they care not only about me, but about my family’s health and well-being. They’re always there to help.”
Alba said he will be using his $6,000 bonus toward remodeling his house, a future trip to Florida with his wife and four children and a dinner date with his wife.

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