Lowe's Chief Executive Marvin R. Ellison announced the bonus scheme during the company's second-quarter earnings call on Wednesday.
"I would like to personally thank our associates for their hard work and dedication. In recognition of some of the cost pressures they are facing due to high inflation, we are providing an incremental $55 million in bonuses to our hourly front-line associates this quarter," Ellison said on the call.
"These associates have the most important jobs in our company, and we deeply appreciate everything they do to serve our customers to deliver a best-in-class experience," Ellison added.
For a designated time period, the company is also providing workers with an additional 10 percent discount on everyday household and cleaning items, meaning they can now purchase those products at a 20 percent discount.
Executive Vice President Joe McFarland said he hopes the added discounts will also help to "ease the burden of inflation impacting many of these items."
"We will continue to look for meaningful ways to improve our associates' work-life balance while providing them with the tools to build a career at Lowe's," McFarland said.
Steve Salazar, a spokesperson for Lowe's, confirmed to The Washington Post that employees at the company will see the bonus on Sept. 9, and it will be taxed.