Tesco staff keep faith in its shares

Brockett, James
November 2008
People Management;11/27/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 24, p8
The article reports on a share option scheme at Great Britain-based Tesco that remains popular, despite volatile share prices. More than 69,000 employees registered for the 2008 save-as-you-earn (SAYE) scheme, in which staff put aside between £5 and £50 a month towards share options. Staff put savings into the plan, enabling them to buy shares in Tesco at a discounted option price.


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