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  • Kroger thanks its frontline workers with 'hero bonus'
  • Kroger thanks its frontline workers with 'hero bonus'
    Giuseppe Argenziano (2020) ©
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Kroger thanks its frontline workers with 'hero bonus'

American grocery giant Kroger has announced that it will be giving all hourly frontline associates a 'hero bonus' as a way to thank them for their essential work. As people demand more social responsibility from corporations, Kroger aims to put people over profit amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

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