Target will join a growing list of companies that are offering extra pay and other incentives to try to nudge employees to get a Covid-19 vaccine. The retail chain has announced that they will not be requiring employees to receive the vaccination. However, they have increased the number of benefits for the employees that choose to receive the vaccination. Target announced on Wednesday that it will offer all of its hourly employees up to four hours of pay when they get the two shots. It will also cover the cost of a Lyft ride, up to $15 each way, to the vaccination appointment. And it’s working on ways to get CVS or other providers to give doses to workers at CVS pharmacies inside of its stores or at Target’s distribution centers.