Lidl just announced it will give its part-time workers medical benefits, which Whole Foods just cut

Lidl said Tuesday that it will provide medical benefits to all part-time employees starting January 1.The move will cost an estimated $9 million in the first year and continue to increase as Lidl expands, the company said. The announcement comes after Business Insider reported that Amazon-owned Whole Foods plans to cut benefits for part-time workers in 2020. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.Lidl said Tuesday that it plans to offer medical benefits to all US part-time employees starting January 1. The change will affect about 30% of the discount grocer’s US workforce, or roughly 1,200 employees, who will become eligible for medical benefits beginning in 2020.Lidl said it expects to invest $9 million in the initiative in the first year, with costs increasing as the grocer expands.”It’s

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