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Bank of America is paying a one-off $750 pandemic bonus to some staff earning less than $100,000. Those earning more get a stock award instead.

Bank of America is paying a one-off $750 pandemic bonus to some staff earning less than $100,000. Those earning more get a stock award instead.

Brian Moynihan, the chief executive of Bank of America.
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Eligible Bank of America staff earning $100,000 or less a year will get a $750 pandemic bonus, Bloomberg reported.




Those earning more will get a stock award.




The lender spent around $300 million providing child and adult care to its employees in 2020.




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Bank of America is rewarding staff for their work during the pandemic with a one-off $750 bonus.Eligible staff at the second-biggest US lender who earn $100,000 or less annually will get the bonus. Employees earning more than that that will get a stock award, Bloomberg reported, citing a staff memo that was verified by the bank."Our company and teammates were called upon to address unprecedented challenges," CEO Brian Moynihan wrote in the memo. "This move is the next step our company is taking to significantly invest in health, safety, benefits, and other resources to support you during this global health and humanitarian crisis."Insider has reached out to Bank of America for comment.
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