Converse, Indiana-based First Farmers Bank & Trust is investing in their employees and Hoosier communities thanks to tax reform. They are:
- Increasing hourly wages by $2.50
- Adding a minimum $750 annual bonus to all employees
- Investing $250,000 into local Hoosier communities
- Investing $150,000 in employee development and education
To put the extra $2.50 hourly wage increase into context for Mexico Joe Donnelly – in one hour, that extra cash alone is more than 50% of what his family factory in Guadalajara, Mexico has to pay workers in a whole day.
“As more and more Hoosier families and businesses benefit from tax reform, Mexico Joe Donnelly looks even more foolish for obstructing the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Donnelly seems more concerned about higher wages in Mexico than here in Indiana. It’s time to replace him with someone who will actually fight for Hoosiers in 2018.” –RNC Spokesperson Michael Joyce
Economy Middle Class