Target said it will pay an extra $2 an hour to store and service center employees who work peak days during the holiday season, such as on Saturdays and Sundays in the final weeks before Christmas.
The big-box retailer previously said it would scale back holiday hiring and give more hours to its staff.
The retailer is offering higher pay as many retailers struggle to fill jobs and focus on retaining employees ahead of the peak shopping season.
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