Target Invests $300 Million Into Their Teams and Communities
A Bullseye View | March 20, 2020
Target's remains committed to supporting their team members and helping families cope with the coronavirus pandemic, helping them get the food, medicine, baby products and essentials they need. On March 20th, Target announced they will be investing more than $300 Million in added wages, a new paid leave program, bonus payouts and relief fund contributions.
All full-time and part-time hourly team members working in stores and distribution centers will receive a $2/hour raise through at least May 2nd.
U.S. team members who are 65 or older, pregnant or who have underlying medical conditions (as defined by the CDC) now have access to paid leave for up to 30 days if they prefer not to work.
$10 Million to expand relief and assistance to organizations responding to the pandemic including the Target Team Member Giving Fund, local communities, national organizations and global response organizations.