1. Backup care
Backup care currently offered to employees at the headquarters will be expanded to hourly and salaried members at all stores and distribution centers. The program provides 20 days of in-center childcare or in-home child and eldercare for workers who’s caregivers cancel last minute and could prevent the employee from getting to work.
2. Paid family leave
Starting June 30, hourly and salaried Target employees will be eligible for paid time off for a new baby, adoption or caring for a partner or parent.
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3. Adoption and surrogacy reimbursement
Target will double the amount it reimburses for workers’ adoption or surrogacy fees. The company has helped workers with the fees for a decade to help offset the high costs of adoption and surrogacy processes.
Target has also announced that it will raise minimum wage for all employees to $15 per hour by the end of 2020. It currently sits at $13.
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