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BLOG # 93 Nov 8, 2021

BLOG # 93 Nov 8, 2021 at 8:36:52 AM

Las tiendas luchan por atraer trabajadores antes de las vacaciones

BLOG # 93 Nov 8, 2021 at 8:36:52 AM

Retailers Scramble to Attract Workers Ahead of the Holidays


Signing bonuses, higher wages, even college tuition. Companies are using perks to entice new employees in an industry that has been battered by the pandemic.

Macy’s is offering referral bonuses of up to $500 for each friend or family member that employees recruit to join the company. Walmart is paying as much as $17 an hour to start and has begun offering free college tuition to its workers. And some Amazon warehouse jobs now command signing bonuses of up to $3,000.

Retailers, expecting the holiday shopping season to be bustling once again this year after being upended by the coronavirus in 2020, are scrambling to find enough workers to staff their stores and distribution centers in a tight labor market. It is not proving easy to entice applicants to an industry that has been battered, more than most, by the pandemic’s many challenges, from fights over mask wearing to high rates of infection among employees. Willing retail workers are likely to earn larger paychecks and work fewer hours, while consumers may be greeted by less inventory and understaffed stores.


Retailers do not like people to have a modest holiday. Without workers, it will be.

Las tiendas por departamento no creen en tener una temporada de fiestas modestas. Sin trabajadores, asi van a hacer.

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