Creating a sustainable future
Our company was built on the premise that our long-term future is best served by respecting the interests of all our stakeholders: Partners, customers, suppliers and the wider community.
There are far-reaching changes happening in society, the workplace and in the retail market. The UK population is getting older, and diseases associated with unhealthy lifestyles are becoming more prevalent. Technology is changing the workplace, altering the way customers shop, the choices they make and the way retail businesses work. Economic and political uncertainty is putting even greater pressures on global supply chains and the people that work in them. To remain successful, we need to adapt and be proactive in responding to trends like these.
Our business strategy
Our business strategy – It’s Your Business 2028 – positions us well for the future by recognising the speed at which the world around us is changing, the impact that could have on our business and ensuring we respond to these threats and opportunities whilst staying true to our Founder’s vision and principles for our business.
Our approach to Corporate Responsibility supports our business strategy through four aims. These aims are the priority areas that will enable our business to deliver against our Constitutional commitments and return value to our Partners, our customers, our suppliers, and the environment.
We will create a sustainable future by:
£9.00 - £11:30, increasing to £9.21-£11.97 per hour from 1 April 2018
Closing Date: 28/2/2018
Pay in range £13.11-£17.15
Closing Date: 2/3/2018
South East England
£49,000 - £66,500
Closing Date: 4/3/2018