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Retailers

Walmart Extends Work-From-Home for Corporate Employees

In a memo, corporate office workers are also asked to begin self-reporting positive COVID-19 cases through an online system.

Retailers

Blue Apron Reverses Course on Plant Closure

The beleaguered meal-kit company says it will reopen a Texas fulfillment center it closed only months ago as labor challenges continue to impact capacity.

The Midwest chain says new employees are needed as it expands and opens new stores and as it adapts to meet the evolving needs of shoppers.

In a signal a second wave of the coronavirus could bring another round of pay for hourly workers, the discounter commits to a heavier bonus for its workers in the fourth quarter.

From enhancing sick leave to providing special offers, the author shares suggestions on how retailers can serve customers by taking care of their employees.

In a move to acknowledge the season of giving—and highlight affordable holiday meal prices—the discounter is issuing each of its employees two $30 gift cards.

Teamsters Locals representing drivers in the Hudson Valley and front-line workers in Commerce, Stockton and Sante Fe Springs ratify new deals; wholesaler touts new "flexibity."

Kroger has had a "final offer," including a new pension scheme, on the table for months but union won't vote, the retailer says.

The distributor rebukes allegations of safety failures as a "negotiating ploy."

From Trader Joe's pandemic response to its famously friendly crew members to the cult-like followers of its store brands, a former employee gives an inside look into the popular grocery chain.

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