Truly Nolen gives $1 million to employees for pandemic bonuses


August 26, 2021



Tuscon, Ariz.-based Truly Nolen announced bonuses for front-line team members for their hard work and dedication during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The $300 bonuses will be given to team members by the end of August. The bonuses are coming from $1 million that was set aside by the company through the end of 2021. During the last four months of the year, additional team members will be provided bonuses.

“Our industry is essential in the effort to promote public health, and our team members have worked hard throughout the pandemic to make sure our customers have one less thing to worry about,” Truly Nolen President Scarlett Nolen said. “I believe it is so important to appreciate and recognize the team, especially during this time in history.”

In addition to recognizing the importance of employee retention, Truly Nolen is also hiring for positions throughout the country. All current job listings can be found on the Truly Nolen careers website. Available positions include call center customer representatives, sales support and service technicians.

“Like many companies this year, we have placed a renewed focus on ways to attract potential candidates to visit our website and apply,” Nolen, who is an online columnist for Pest Management Professional, said. “One of those ways has been a video campaign highlighting different team members across the country.”

The videos feature two themes: a group of team members from one area discuss everything from company culture to benefits, and a series of unscripted “A Day in the Life” videos have team members explain their average work day and why they enjoy working for the company in 60 seconds.

The videos can be found on Truly Nolen’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube pages.

“One unexpected and unsolicited benefit is many of our team members are sharing the videos on their own LinkedIn pages to help the message reach even more people,” Nolen said. “While our Human Resources Department will always continue to recruit in traditional ways, we are happy the digital age affords us new opportunities to connect with people who may be interested in applying to join our team.”


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