How Our Team Unplugged for “Self-Checkout”
Over the past 18 months, our teams have stepped up to the unique challenges introduced by the pandemic to show up for our customers, shoppers and partners across North America. We know that during these busy periods, it can be difficult to hit the pause button. That’s why we introduced our first-ever company-wide Self-Checkout to collectively recharge, unplug, and refresh.
From enjoying the time outdoors to getaways with friends and family, our teams took time during Self-Checkout to sign off to do something that they love because we know that work is just one ingredient to a full life. Take a peek below for a glimpse into how our employees checked out for Self-Checkout.
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