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Target was one of the pandemic’s big retail winners, with 2020 revenue rising 20%. But the company understood it could not have reached that sales level without its employees, and was among the first to provide a $2 an hour pay increase in the hectic first months of the pandemic. The discount retailer also accelerated its minimum wage increase to $15, putting some rivals, notably Walmart and Kroger, on the defensive. And acknowledging the physical and mental health risks to its workers, Target allowed employees 65 and older or pregnant additional fully paid leave.
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