Lee Schoenher is 82 years old and founded his company Floracraft in 1946. Today he has 200 employees and 2018 was not a year like all of them. With extraordinary profits, the old man has made a decision that will change the lives of his employees.
With extraordinary profits, the owner of Floracraft has decided to distribute $ 4 million among its employees for the holidays of the end of the year.
Schoenher distributed them in bonds between $ 20,000 and $ 60,000 for his 200 employees because his company's profits from floriculture materials are the product of teamwork, CNN said.
"It's my way of saying thank you to our team for the role they played in our success," said Schoenher, who set up his company, FloraCraft, in 1946 in Michigan, United States.
After hearing the news, many nicknamed him "boss of the year" and gained more popularity when it was learned that the man never had to dismiss a single employee.
The workers have an average stay of nine years, which implies that they are trained and developed under the wing of Schoenher first and today under the leadership of current president and CEO Eric Erwin.
"My wife Joan and I are blessed in many ways. We want to share these blessings with women and men whose energy, passion and loyalty inspire us every day," said the head of the year.
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