The grinch I used to smile and then I worked at Target shirt, gildan hoodie
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
Stop supporting companies that profit by taking from their team members. Look at Walgreens own page here, they post far less often due to customer complaints and PR issues they have dealt with. The grinch I used to smile and then I worked at Target Share and save, I will keep posting more info about how they do this.
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Besides what I have posted before, they have also cut the bonus program to those eligible this year by 50% after many reached their targets and the company had higher profits this year compared to last. They took tax cuts and added to profits after saying it would go to employees. They announced new starting wages of $10/hr recently, but many states already have higher minimum wages. They just announced no more retiree benefits. The grinch I used to smile and then I worked at Target Those that spent 25 years with the company will no longer have the option to purchase medical benefits at a reduced cost. Those already retired will lose them, some under 65.
A renewed push to get more employees under 30 hours to reduce benefit eligibility. They just announced that employees will accrue less Paid Time Off and can no longer accumulate as much. In less than 18 months those over the cap will forfeit any time left more than 40 hours. Again those averaging less than 30 hours will not be allowed this benefit anymore, currently they are. A large portion of their employees were denied raises for a second year in a row.
Reduced how many balance rewards you can redeem now to a total of $5 at a time vs $50. All this while the company has record profits and spending $10B to buy stock back to increase share price. This is being done for one man in particular, Stefano Pessina their CEO and largest shareholder. Since taking over in 2015 the company has seen far more cuts to stores in staffing, pay, benefits, and customer experience.