Friday, September 17, 2021
Sainsbury’s distribution centre Unite union pay dispute

Sainsbury’s faces drivers’ strike after “point blank refusing” to discuss pay dispute

Sainsbury’s has been faced with a pay dispute involving staff at its Waltham Abbey distribution centre in Essex, which could affect supply to stores in London and the south east.
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Zalando launches first ever diversity & inclusion report

Zalando has released its first ever diversity and inclusion report in an effort to keep a record of the company's progress in those areas.
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Co-op to address ethnic inequality and publish pay gap data annually

Co-op has committed to addressing the issues that ethnic minority employees may face in the workplace, in an effort to increase awareness during Black History Month.
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What are retailers doing for Black History Month 2020?

As Black History Month takes shape in the UK, we take a look at how some retailers are marking the occasion.
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John Lewis Partnership new inclusion strategy ensures “black voices are lifted”

The John Lewis Partnership will launch a black partner advisory group to review the inclusivity of fashion amid Black History...
H&M stores are closing across China as the country-wide backlash against the fast-fashion retailer threatens the fate of its fourth largest market.

H&M fined €35m after collecting employees’ private data in “intensive encroachment” of civil rights

H&M has been fined over €35 million for breaching EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) laws in a landmark ruling.
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Usdaw starts petition to protect retail workers from crime & abuse

A UK shopworkers union has begun a House of Commons petition in an effort to protect retail workers from violence and abuse.
Adidas second-quarter sales soar by more than 50 per cent as demand in the US and Europe recovers

Adidas sales unaffected by race row, CEO Kasper Rorsted says

Adidas chief executive Kasper Rorsted has said the company's sales have not been affected by the racism row it was embroiled..
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Zara founder’s property arm accused of “bullying” retailers for rent

The founder of fashion giant Zara, Amancio Ortega's property arm has reportedly been accused of bullying by other retailers as..
Sainsbury’s Equality and Human Rights Commission

Sainsbury’s signs legal agreement to prevent sexual harassment

Sainsbury’s has reportedly signed a legally-binding document with the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) after being..

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Tips to Unlocking the D2C Opportunity

Clicking With Consumers: Gaining the D2C advantage to connect the end-to-end retail experience 2020 fast-tracked the digital plans of many brands; forcing businesses of all...