Melaleuca Freedom Celebration returns with a bang
Gathered along the banks of the Snake River, over 200,000 spectators assembled to experience the largest Independence Day fireworks show west of the Mississippi.
Thousands of families gather for Melaleuca Family Picnic
To express appreciation to its dedicated workforce and celebrate the company’s growth, Melaleuca treated its Team Members and their families to the largest party of the year.
Forbes names Melaleuca one of America’s best employers for second year
Melaleuca’s reputation as one of the nation’s best employers continues to attract national recognition.
Forbes names Melaleuca one of America’s best employers for second year in a row
East Idaho News published the following story about Melaleuca’s appearance on the Forbes list of best employers.
Post Register highlights Melaleuca’s early COVID preparation and response
As a result, Melaleuca customers had access to critical wellness supplies like hand sanitizer and disinfectants while the company’s global supply chains properly flowed.
Melaleuca expands operations with 500,000 square-foot distribution center in Kansas City
Melaleuca announced plans today to open a 508,000-square-foot distribution center and warehouse Kansas City, Missouri.
Idaho Falls Magazine: Melaleuca Food Drive Delivers Hope for the Holidays
Over the last few months, Melaleuca has donated thousands of dollars to promoting several food drives in the community.
Melaleuca Employee Featured on NBC Nightly News
A Melaleuca employee’s musical contribution to the community has caught the attention of the national media spotlight.
Melaleuca Awards $2.2 Million in Longevity Bonuses
In total, The Wellness Company has paid $30,226,546 through the Loyalty and Long-Term Contribution Bonus program to employees since it began in 2007.
Melaleuca hiring 196 employees in Knoxville immediately
In order to meet record customer demand for its health and wellness products, Melaleuca must immediately fill over 100 new positions at its Knoxville manufacturing and distribution facilities.
Watch: 7-year-old journalist interviews Frank VanderSloot
Earlier this month Frank was delighted to take questions from one of America’s littlest journalists—7-year-old Emmy Eaton—as part of a weekly segment called “7 Questions with Emmy.”