Safeway sees employee diversity as a strategy that improves its business
Next week the United States installs its first African American president, marking a milestone for diversity in American politics. But would Barack Obama fit in as an executive in one of the nation's supermarket companies? He might at Safeway, where the company's longstanding and far-reaching efforts to celebrate the differences among its employees have earned it SN's Champion of Diversity Award for 2009. “We like to think of it as being built into everything we do,” said Larree Renda, ...
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