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  • Target rewards staff with pandemic bonus and pay rise
  • Target rewards staff with pandemic bonus and pay rise
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Target rewards staff with pandemic bonus and pay rise

To illustrate how much it values the hard work of its employees during the pandemic, Target is offering its staff a whole host of financial and healthcare support. With people looking to their employers for stability amid the crisis, Target is demonstrating that it's a company that truly cares.

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