John Lewis to axe further 1,500 jobs in head office shake-up

Sharon White

Department store chain John Lewis has announced plans to cut a further 1,500 jobs between now and April, in a bid to create a “more flexible” head office.

The retailer said the changes would “save another £50m on top of £50m of recent efficiencies” and were part of its ongoing plan to “create an agile, and flexible head office that is even closer to customers and frontline partners”.

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