Hy-Vee CEO Randy Edeker: “…the [Trump] changes in taxes were part of the way we were able to bring a lot of good things to the employees this past year.”
One has to wonder what are the “good things” Hy-Vee has done for employees this past year because of Trump. Surely forcing them to come to work during a pandemic while the public wanders through the stores without masks couldn’t be considered a “good thing.” I’ve been in Hy-Vee. Customers are not required to wear masks. Real caring for the employees there! So, can anyone answer the question what did Hy-Vee do this year for employees due to Trump’s tax policy? Anyone?
According to Iowa Capital Dispatch
Randy Edeker, CEO of Hy-Vee, is concerned about the election, specifically how it will affect taxes.
In a video to employees, which aired in employee break rooms across the grocery-store giant’s eight-state region, Edeker stated:
“I never endorse and I try not to ever push a certain candidate or a direction. I always try to speak about Hy-Vee. I have some of the concerns about some of the policies that are being discussed by some of the candidates. Some of the tax policies would be very impactful to Hy-Vee. And the changes in taxes were part of the way we were able to bring a lot of good things to the employees this past year. Social unrest unfortunately continues to be a problem around the community and we continue to invest in our local groups who we really think can bring unity to our towns.”
Edeker’s message is clear: Donald Trump and the chaos of his presidency have been good for business.
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