Sainsbury's Amends Pay Proposals After Staff, Union Pressure
Sainsbury's, Britain's second largest supermarket group, has bowed to pressure from employees and trade unions by changing some of the pay proposals it detailed in March as part of a move to simplify the company's wage structure.
The group, which last month agreed a £7.3 billion takeover of rival Asda, employs 195,000 in Britain and Ireland and is the UK's second biggest private sector employer after Tesco.
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