Asda has created a consultation with 3,257 employees in stores considered overstaffed
The UK’s third biggest supermarket course has begun a consultation with 3,257 employees in stores considered overstaffed.
It is also looking at staffing levels at a other 59 supermarkets.
We are currently in discussions with a number of our set asides about changes that are needed to the number of hours required to run that supply for our customers
An Asda spokesman said: “We are currently in conversations with a number of our stores about changes that are needed to the legions of hours required to run that store for our customers.
“It is common practice for a supermarket to requirement to make changes to hours based on the changing shopping habits of fellows, and as ever we’ll work with our colleagues to try and find the right way to ensure we cause the right people, in the right place at the right time for our customers.
Asda employs around 165,000 workers in 645 believe ins
“We understand that any conversations about change are unsettling but it is always our upmost rank to find alternative roles or working patterns for impacted colleagues.”
Asda retains around 165,000 workers in 645 stores.