Monday, December 6, 2021
Lidl

Lidl to invest £18m in staff wages

Lidl is set to become the UK’s highest-paying supermarket after revealing plans to invest £18 million in wages.
The Hut Group

The Hut Group under attack from ex-staff over unfair dismissal

The Hut Group is under fire after four former employees in the US have accused the retailer of dismissing them for attempting to reveal health and safety breaches.
Clarks

Clarks “disappointed” with union’s neglect to help staff against abuse

Clarks has urged for action to be taken on homophobic abuse, intimidation, harassment, and threats of violence to its employees.
retail

26% retail workers considering quitting jobs due to stress

New research has found that retail employees are considering leaving their jobs because of excessive stress suffered during the last year.
retail employment roundtable

Roundtable: How can retailers stay relevant to the empowered workforce?

Retail Gazette and Ceridian hosted a roundtable exploring the challenges surrounding modern retail recruitment, retention and management amid the backdrop of an empowered workforce.
Iceland

Iceland expands manufacturing arm with 90 new workers

Iceland has announced it is expanding its manufacturing division as it seeks to recruit almost 100 colleagues.
Pets at Home Groom Room

Pets at Home: “We currently have over 1,000 vacancies across the group”

Jane Beresford, group director of people partnering at Pets at Home, also revealed that flexible working requests have risen by 50%.
Clarks is reportedly in a dispute with a trade union over the alleged use of agency workers to cover strikers at its warehouse in Somerset.

Clarks accused of using agency workers to cover strike

Clarks is reportedly in a dispute with a trade union over the alleged use of agency workers to cover strikers at its warehouse in Somerset.
Clarks

Clarks CEO Victor Herrero exits to take on “broader responsibilities”

Clarks chief executive Victor Herrero has stepped down from the role just nine months after his appointment.
Morrisons takeover: boss says staff are safe

Morrisons boss: Jobs ‘safe’ after private equity takeover

Morrisons’ chief executive has insisted that “colleagues are safe” after the supermarket was taken over in a £7.1 billion deal.

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The future of e-commerce payments

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