Sainsbury's urges employees to become UK's 'Greenest Grocer'

James Murray

EXCLUSIVE: Retail giant launches major new employee engagement campaign to encourage staff to embrace energy-saving measures

Sainsbury's has this week kicked off a new employee engagement campaign, designed to encourage its tens of thousands of staff to become the UK's "Greenest Grocer". The company, which has committed to...

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