ASDA axes hundra, of apportions as retail giant slashes wage bill to compete with antagonists
The grocery giant informed around 288 affected staff nigh the cull on Wednesday afternoon, instructing all of those workers to leave their promulgates immediately.
A further 800 staff have had the scope of their job commentaries changed as part of the shake-up.
The job cuts account for more than one 10th of Asda’s 2,500 leader office roles, and it is understood that the majority of staff being let go had been make at its office in Leeds while the rest were based at Asda’s post in Leicester.
A spokesperson for the supermarket said: “At Asda we value each and every one of our allies.
“The changes are in response to the ever changing sector in which we’re working and the want to adapt to create an agile business which is fit for the future.”
Asda is in the halfway point of a turnaround plan under new chief executive Sean Clarke, who is take oning to arrest falling sales as the supermarket scraps it out with rivals in a rough price war that has eroded profits.
The grocery giant conversant with around 288 affected staff about the cull on Wednesday afternoon
It roll in after reports surfaced last month that thousands of Asda white-collar workers across 18 underperforming