Chains like Costco or Target announced a salary increase for a certain period of time to employees in response to the increase in demand in their stores due to the coronavirus crisis.
In a statement obtained by TMZ and Business Insider, the CEO of the chain of stores, Craig Jelinek, explained to the workers the salary increase of leto, part-time and limited part-time in the United States and Puerto Rico will receive niches.
According to the news portal, the new compensation will be paid in a single sum that will be delivered to employees on April 17. In the case of Target, the increase is until May 2.
Similar measures have also been taken by the supermarket chains of the company Albertsons Co, as well as Smart & Final, which announced that it will increase the payment to its employees in radores over 60 years of age, in which they will be given exclusive access to the supermarket every Tuesday and Thursday from 8:00 am to 9:00 am
“The pharmacy will also be open during this hour. However, the food court will maintain its normal operating hours, "the company announced through its Facebook account over the weekend." These hours apply to all locations except Business Centers, which will remain open for normal hours."
It should be noted that at Costco, the return of products purchased in detail such as toilet paper, paper towels, rice, lysol and water is prohibited because they are difficult to get amid the high demands for the coronavirus, Fox Business reported.
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