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We get that you want to support brands that support PEOPLE during the coronavirus pandemic. So, we rounded up the retailers that are still paying their employees through this time. BTW, here’s a big hug for you beloved BuzzFeed readers.
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Now, let’s get into places where you can spend your coins knowing you’re supporting a company that’s still lovin’ on its staff through all of this.
Nordstrom (and all the stores it owns including
Nordstrom Rack, Trunk Club clubhouses, and Jeffrey) will be closed for the next two weeks and all employees will get “pay and benefits during this two-week period as well as providing additional resources to help them through this challenging time,” according to the website.
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Glossier closed all permanent and temporary retail locations (New York, Los Angeles, London, and Atlanta) and delayed the grand opening of Glossier Arizona for the next two weeks at least. The brand will be “compensating [employees] for their scheduled time throughout [the] planned two weeks of closure,” per its
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Sephora closed all physical stores until April 3. Corporate office employees will work from home. “… All store employees will continue to receive their base pay for scheduled shifts for the duration of this closure. In addition, health and wellness benefits for employees who are currently enrolled will continue,” the brand
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Allbirds closed all US stores until March 27 and “all employees will get full pay and benefits during this time,” the brand shared on
Instagram. Corporate staff will work from home.
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Anthropologie closed all its global stores with a plan to reopen on March 28. ‘We will continue to pay our store teams during this time,” the brand wrote on its
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Stores are closed until at least March 28. “We have initiated an associate response plan to ensure all AEO store associates receive compensation for scheduled work time,” the brand wrote on its
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Stores are closed through March 28 and employees will get “ordinary course pay and benefits” during that time, according to the brand’s website.
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Stores are closed and the brand is “offering compensation to [its] retail members during this time,” according to Everlane’s
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Stores are closed until March 28. “Our associates are at the heart of what we do, and they will be paid for their scheduled shifts during this time,” the website reads.
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Although the retailer is based online, it’s “providing emergency paid time off to enable team members who are not feeling well to stay home without losing pay,” according to the
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Stores are closed until March 27 and “all employees from our stores will be paid during this temporary closure,” the brand shared on its
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Stores are closed and Outdoor Voices events are postponed. “All scheduled shop teams will be compensated during this period, and on our team at HQ will be working remotely,” the brand shared on
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Stores are closed until at least March 31 and the retailer will continue paying all “store and salon associates during this closure period and continuing to provide benefits to those who are enrolled,” according to its
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Stores are closed to the public although items are available for pickup. “Emergency pay will be enacted for store associates, who are not working, to cover their scheduled shifts,” the brand wrote on
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Stores are closed until March 27. “All store associates will receive compensation for scheduled work time through this period. Additionally, corporate associates in Columbus and New York are working from home,” the brand wrote on its
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DICK’S Sporting Goods
DICK’S Sporting Goods
Stores are closed until April 2 although the brand will do curbside “contactless pick-up” from Sunday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m at all locations. “To help alleviate challenges during this temporary closure, we will be providing full pay and benefits during this two-week timeframe for all teammates,” the brand wrote on its
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Stores are closed until March 31. “In the meantime, Foot Locker team members will continue to be paid,” the brand wrote on
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Stores are closed and Gap “will provide [the] impacted store employees with pay continuity and benefits during this two-week period,” according to its
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Stores are closed until April 2. “We will continue to support our impacted colleagues and their families with two weeks of continued pay,” the brand wrote on its
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Stores are closed until March 28. “We are so grateful for our store associates — they are the heart of our business, and they will be paid during this timeframe,” the brand wrote on its
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Stores are closed until March 29. “We will continue to pay all our retail employees for the hours they have been scheduled to work in our stores,” the brand shared on
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Stores are closed until March 27. “All of our store employees will be paid for their scheduled hours during these closures,” the brand wrote on its
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Stores are closed until March 27 and “all store employees will receive pay and benefits during the closure” according to its
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Stores are closed for two weeks. “During this time, our boutique associates will continue to be compensated for their scheduled work hours,” Yann Tanini, the brand’s managing director, wrote on the
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Stores are closed in the United States, Canada, Western Europe, Australia, and New Zealand until March 27. “All of our employees will be paid while stores are temporarily closed,” Nike told its
Instagram followers in the comments section.
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Stores are closed until March 27 and the “retail team will continue to be paid throughout the temporary closure,” according to its
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Stores are “closed until further notice” and all their “hourly workers will continue to receive pay in alignment with business as usual operations,” according to its
website. The company also adjusted “leave policies to accommodate personal or family health circumstances created by COVID-19 — including recovering from an illness, caring for a sick loved one, mandatory quarantining, or childcare challenges due to school closures.”
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DÔEN closed its shop in Los Angeles. “Our store employees will continue to be paid for any hours missed due to the closure and our incredible Customer Care team will still be operating during normal hours from their homes if you have any questions about products or orders,” the brand wrote on
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Aldo closed all physical stores in Canada, the US, and the UK. The brand will pay its “store teams for their scheduled shifts during this temporary store closure,” as stated on its
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$80 (available in sizes 5-11).
Call It Spring
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Call It Spring closed all stores through March 31 and “will be compensating [their] store teams for their scheduled shifts during this temporary closure period,” per the
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The brand has temporarily shut down all physical store locations, is keeping its online store running to provide body care essentials, and is “ensuring regular pay for all staff during this period,” per its
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Stores are closed through March 30. “We’re providing benefits and compensation to our impacted workforce during this two-week temporary closure,” the brand’s
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Lululemon closed all locations until March 27. “We’ve ensured that our employees will receive pay for all hours they were scheduled to work. In addition, our Global Relief Pay plan will help anyone among our team that is directly affected by this situation,” lululemon CEO, Calvin McDonald, wrote in a
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Bath & Body Works
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Bath & Body Works closed stores in the US and Canada. “While our associates are home with their loved ones at this critical time, we’ll support them with pay, as well as look for other ways we might ease their concerns and share our appreciation for all they’ve done,” the brand wrote on its
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All stores will be closed until at least April 2. “Taking care of our employees is important and we will continue to pay our employees who were scheduled to work during this period,” the brand
confirmed to its Instagram followers in its comments section.
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Stores are closed until April 1. “All of our team members impacted by this short-term closure will receive their standard pay for the full two weeks,” the brand wrote on its
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Of course, there are more retailers still paying their employees. Some may change their response to the coronavirus pandemic as time goes by and additional info is made available. If you have a fave that didn’t make our list, feel free to drop ’em in the comments.
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