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.
Melaleuca Remains Open as Essential Business During COVID-19 Pandemic
Two of Idaho’s largest newspapers published stories about Melaleuca’s operations and strong product demand during the COVID-19 pandemic.
East Idaho News: VanderSloots receive Adams Award from Alturas Institute
An East Idaho News story highlights Frank and Belinda VanderSloot’s acceptance of the John and Abigail Adams Award.
A Magical Christmas Celebration
This holiday festivity was an opportunity to celebrate accomplishments and recognize Team Members who have demonstrated Melaleuca’s mission statement.
Team Members Come Together to Feed the Hungry
“The higher the cans stacked, the more people wanted to participate,” said Senior Administrative Assistant Jessica Gines.
Halloween: A Spook-tacular Sight at Melaleuca
For the kids, it’s a moment to dress up as their favorite princess or superhero, march through a multi-themed maze of magical lands, and load up on candy.
Melaleuca Awards Nearly $2 Million in Longevity Bonuses to Employees
Melaleuca employees who passed landmark anniversaries this year were awarded a portion of $1,985,246 million in bonuses for their dedicated service and longevity.
Police Department Honors Melaleuca with Community Partner Award
For displaying extraordinary support toward the Idaho Falls Police Department, Chief Bryce Johnson presented the inaugural Idaho Falls Police Community Partner Award.
VanderSloot rescues jobs, gives ranchers $1.5 million in “game-changing” move for Hawaii’s cattle industry
“This is a game-changer. It’s not that easy to put up a slaughterhouse and takes years of planning and permitting,” Enright says.