News and analysis on retail workforce trends and management.
With the COVID-19 pandemic putting a crimp in Halloween celebrations, Party City Holdco has scaled back its own plans.
Ralph Lauren is streamlining its organization structure, cutting jobs in the process. It’s also rolling out enhanced tech platforms to support its global operations.
Brookfield Properties is feeling the pain as the COVID-19 pandemic takes a toll on shopping center business and new leasing activity.
Patagonia is giving its employees an incentive to help ensure voting rights this Election Day.
7-Eleven has hired more than 50,000 employees since March — with more to come.
Walmart is introducing a new team-based operating model for its supercenters that includes higher wages for some of its salaried and hourly store employees.
Kohl's Corp. is eliminating corporate jobs to cut costs.
Amazon made its annual Career Day hiring event national and virtual this year and the response was enthusiastic – and then some.
Hobby Lobby Stores is poised to become one of the highest-paying U.S. retailers when it comes to starting wages for full-time workers.
Amazon is opening up its annual Career Day hiring event to all areas of the U.S. by moving it online.
The Giant Company is kicking off a major hiring spree.
Amazon is once again expanding its workforce in response to the continuing surge in online shopping brought on by the pandemic.
Retailers, with some exceptions, have been slow out of the gate in announcing their seasonal hiring plans.
Target Corp. has made a commitment to increase the diversity of its workforce.