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Small supermarket chains desperate for new staff are offering sign-on bonuses of up to $2,000

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Supermarket chains and convenience stores are offering new hires sign-on bonuses as high as $2,000, as they scramble for staff amid the current US labor shortage.

Chains such as Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, Sheetz, and Tops Markets are hoping the cash benefits will tempt new hires that can staff stores and warehouses as the US economy reopens, according to a report by CNN.

Some companies have been hiking up wages or offering education perks to attract more workers, but sign-on bonuses are popular because they’re one-off payments. This makes them cheaper for employers than raising wages details ⇒

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