Target is helping its employees out this season by giving them $200 for a holiday bonus. The $200 will go to its front line workers ahead of the shopping season. 350,000 workers or more will receive this benefit the beginning of November. Target has previously given workers extra bonuses to show its appreciation during is trying time with the COVID-19 pandemic. The bonuses will cost the company approximately 70 million dollars.
Back in July of 2020 target raised its minimum wage for employees in the store , distribution and headquarters to $15.00 an hour from $13.00 per hour.
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