COLORADO SPRINGS — Kroger Co. is pursuing a multi-tiered effort to enhance internal communications on topics such as company vision, values and strategies, Lynn Marmer, group vice president, corporate affairs, said during a panel discussion here. The retailer’s program ranges from a system of internal “Culture Councils” in which groups of employees meet to help solve company problems to direct communications between employees and top executives. “We want to make it come alive for ...

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