Dixons Carphone to cut 800 jobs in store management overhaul


Electricals and mobile technology giant Dixons Carphone is to axe 800 jobs as it overhauls operations to increase focus on customers.

The retailer, which owns Currys, PC World and Carphone Warehouse, told staff today about the job losses as some roles are removed and others created. Around 1,800 people will go into consultation, but 1,000 are expected to stay with the business.

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