Papa John’s to invest $2.5 million in year-end bonuses for frontline workers

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Papa John’s International Inc. said Tuesday that it will invest $2.5 million in year-end bonuses for 14,000 of its frontline workers across restaurants and the supply chain. “Never has Papa John’s growth and success depended on our team member’s hard work, steadfast dedication and commitment to safety as much as this year,” said Rob Lynch, chief executive of Papa John’s. The pizza delivery company has previously offered COVID-19-related bonuses, incentives and expanded benefits. Papa John’s stock has gained 38% in 2020 while the S&P 500 index is up 14.4% for the period.
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