Morrisons has invested £30 million to provide it’s employees with discounts on coffee, free wifi and staff rest areas.
In an effort to create a happier shopping experience for customers and staff, Morrisons are investing in better facilities in their stores.
Morrisons have recently raised their pay to £8.20 an hour, £1 over the National Living Wage. David Potts, chief executive of Morrisons has sad that his staff are vital in the importance of the revival of the business, so whilst competitors have been making cuts to staff benefits at work recently, Morrisons are pushing for better conditions.
Roughly 100 staff areas in stores will be given a face lift and provided with amenities this year, and Morrisons say all stores will be completed within four years.
Morrisons is the fourth largest supermarket chain in the UK. It began it’s life in 1899 as an egg and butter stall in Rawson Market, Bradford. The company now operates 515 superstores and 113 Morrisons M local stores spread across England, Wales and Scotland.
Morrisons Cellar, designed for wine lovers is available online where shoppers are able to browse and select from an exclusive range of wine for free Morrisons home delivery.
Morrisons brands vary depending on the price the consumer wishes to pay. They have both a savers brand and a premium brand.
Morrisons was founded in Bradford, Yorkshire in 1899 by egg and butter merchant William Morrison.
There are currently 515 Morrisons superstores spread throughout the UK.
It receives over 9m customers through its doors each week.