There’s no doubt that bringing together people with different backgrounds, experiences and views is how it should be. We do everything we can to hire, keep and develop diverse talent, make it okay for people to express their opinions and embrace what makes us different. We wouldn’t have it any other way.
A Business Resource Group (BRG) is an Associate-led, company-supported, volunteer organization that assists the company in successfully onboarding, engaging and developing it members in a manner that delivers business results. BRG members typically represent demographic differences within the workplace. Contact your HRM for more information about the BRGs, to join one or to start one in your District!
Stop & Shop currently supports the Women Adding Value (WAV) BRG and the Pride BRG.
Women Adding Value (WAV) is an inclusive Business Resource Group with the focus on inspiring and leveraging the female perspective to fulfill our promises of being a Better Place to Work, Better Place to Shop and to be a Better Neighbor.
Through a partnership with the New England Chapter of the Network of Executive Women (NEW), Stop & Shop associates have the opportunity to contribute to their professional development through networking with members.
The Stop & Shop New England division supports the Pride BRG which is focused on awareness and education on the LGBT community.
In June 2016, the Division Division joined countless other individuals and organizations in a celebration that commemorated Pride Month. The month recognized the impact that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals have had on history locally, nationally, and internationally.
Stop & Shop and Peapod by Stop & Shop are sponsoring the 2018 Pride Festivities in Quincy, Boston, Providence & NYC! This will be a great opportunity to show our support to…
On Thursday March 8, International Women's Day was celebrated throughout Stop & Shop offices. Key Note Speaker, Carol Seymour author of the book, “Wisdom Warriors” and a panel of Stop…
Garrett Morgan, Three Way Traffic Signal With only an elementary school education, Garrett Morgan, born in Kentucky on March 4, 1877, began his career as a sewing-machine mechanic. He went on to…