John Lewis and Waitrose set to slash 1,000 jobs across stores

14-07-2021 03:27 PM

Ammon News - John Lewis and Waitrose has announced plans to cut around 1,000 jobs across their stores, its parent company has today confirmed.

The John Lewis Partnership says it has informed staff about the proposals, which it claims will simplify the structure of its store management.

It comes after a raft of recent job cuts by the retail group, which included the closure of eight John Lewis stores earlier this year.

Both retailers are aiming to secure £300million in savings by 2023.

A John Lewis Partnership spokesperson said: "We have announced to our partners our intention to simplify our management structures in Waitrose and John Lewis stores, which will allow us to reinvest in what matters most to our customers."


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