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Throughout the pandemic, Target rolled out new benefits and programs to help its frontline workers, including awarding $200 bonuses to hourly full- and part-time store employees in July 2021. The retailer is continuing its commitment to strong teams and a supportive workplace by bolstering its minimum wage and health care benefits. In February, Target expanded its starting wage range by $9 per hour in an initiative that will roll out regionally throughout 2022. Depending on the location and position, Target will now pay a starting rate between $15 and $24 per hour. And beginning in April, Target store employees who work an average minimum of 25 hours a week will have the option to enroll in the company’s health insurance plan—an expansion that makes 20% of the retailer’s workforce newly eligible for comprehensive health care benefits. Read the Great Place to Work review.
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