Wednesday, November 20, 2013

TVA
It seems to be good news all around for the Tennessee Valley Authority. The company released it’s net revenue numbers and had a net income of 271-million compared to 60-million in 2012. Employees are also happy with more than 115-million dollars in incentive bonuses to be distributed to employees. John Thomas is with TVA… “There are goals that are established at the beginning of the year, then the performance that we achieve across the metrics and goals during the year provides for this compensation.” Employees can expect to receive their money within the next two weeks, after the official audit is completed. (CC)

Monday, May 25, 2015

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