Target Ups Starting Pay To $15 An Hour

In an additional investment in employee compensation and benefits, Target Corp. has announced that the company is permanently raising its starting wage to $15 an hour starting July 5.

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Retail Champions 2020: Target

MINNEAPOLIS— Target has enjoyed success over the past couple of decades as it became a true national mid-market omnichannel retailer, and even if it has struggled at times through that period, the company may have gotten itself in just the right position to meet the challenges of the COVID-19 outbreak and post-pandemic environment.

Target Acquiring Same-Day Delivery Technology From Deliv

Target is planning to acquire technology from Deliv, a startup that focuses on last mile batched delivery. As more consumers are getting what they need through online orders, the proprietary last mile platform being bought from Deliv will help the retailer explore new ways to deliver packages even quicker while lowering shipping costs, the company said.

Home Gains Traction As Target Adapts To COVID-19 Pandemic

Target is extending enhanced team member wages and benefits and has provided a business update related to the impact from the COVID-19 pandemic including quarter-to-date comparable sales growth of more than 7%, reflecting a slight decline in stores and a more than over 100% growth in digital channels.

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