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.”
Forbes names Melaleuca one of America’s best employers
Forbes has named Melaleuca one of the best companies to work for in America, according to the business magazine’s annual list of America’s Best Employers by State.
East Idaho News: Local business leader helps community with CEO Pay it Forward Challenge
“I’m usually not left speechless, but when (I learned) that Mr. VanderSloot had chosen us for the CEO challenge and was donating not just one but two of these cameras . . . it was just an amazing feeling,”
Melaleuca CEO writes guest column for Independence Day
In 1776, 56 brave men solemnly put pen to parchment, signing the Declaration of Independence, which raised the curtain for the United States of America.
Knoxville media spotlights Melaleuca giving back
Melaleuca is committed to helping its employees stay strong and healthy as the pandemic remains a concern.
Better Homes and Gardens highlights Sol-U-Guard’s effectiveness against COVID-19
Better Homes and Gardens is the latest of several publications to highlight Sol-U-Guard as an effective disinfectant.
Melaleuca donates computers so children can continue learning at home
After realizing that some Idaho children were without access to devices for schooling, Melaleuca donated computers to help close the digital divide.
Melaleuca stocks pantries for 500 Knoxville employees during COVID-19
Hundreds of Melaleuca employees in Knoxville filled their fridges and pantries after the company provided them with several bags of free groceries on Good Friday.
Melaleuca Ensures Employees have Stocked Pantries Despite Retailers’ Empty Shelves
Understanding that his employees were facing similar situations on emergency supplies, Frank developed an idea to fix the problem.
Melaleuca hiring 150 people to meet increased order demand from COVID-19
Melaleuca has immediate openings for 150 jobs in Idaho and Tennessee to help meet increased order demand since the outbreak of COVID-19.