HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW: Why Good Jobs are Good for Retailers

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by: Zaynep Ton, MIT Almost one-fifth of American workers have bad jobs. They endure low wages, poor benefits, schedules that change with little—if any—notice, and few opportunities for advancement. The conventional wisdom is that many companies have no choice but to offer bad jobs—especially retailers whose business models entail competing on low prices. If retailers invest more […]

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