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News Tesco Announces 4500 Job Cuts

Discussion in 'Retail Business Advice and start ups' started by Jenilee, Aug 6, 2019.

  1. Jenilee

    Jenilee

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    In response to the changes in customers’ habits, including a shift towards using the larger Metro stores for convenience shopping rather than large weekly food shops, Tesco is to cut 4,500 jobs at 153 high street Tesco Metro supermarkets.

    Tesco has found simpler ways of stacking shelves and also would like to simplify store management structures and introduce more flexible working hours.

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    Jason Tarry, the supermarket’s UK and Ireland boss, said: “In a challenging, evolving retail environment, with increasing cost pressures, we have to continue to review the way we run our stores to ensure we reflect the way our customers are shopping and do so in the most efficient way.

    “We do not take any decision which impacts colleagues lightly, but have to make sure we remain relevant for customers and operate a sustainable business now and in the future.”

    Source: https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/aug/05/tesco-cut-jobs-latest-redundancies-counter-staff
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