(KSTP) Target says COVID-19 sales have been good for the company’s bottom-line and they have also enhanced their team’s wages and benefits.
KSTP reports the Minnesota-based company says sales have grown more than 7% in the last quarter. It says there was a slight decline from in-store sales, but the company saw 100% in digital growth.
Target also announced on Thursday that they are extending a temporary $2 an hour wage increase for frontline employees through next month (May 30).
The company will also continue to extend access to free, safe and reliable back-up care for team members and a 30-day paid leave for team members who are 65 or older, pregnant or who have underlying medical conditions as defined by the CDC, through the end of May.