Ted Baker to consult on 30 head office roles as part of strategic review

Ted Baker London sign, USA

Ted Baker is carrying out a strategic review of its head office roles, which could result in 30 staff being made redundant.

According to the fashion retailer, a downturn in the economy and lack of customer spend has resulted in possible job losses in head office roles across sales and merchandising.

Retail Week understands that the process is part of an extensive transformation plan at Ted Baker as it looks to reshape some areas of its business and that the mooted redundancies are part of a cost-reduction scheme that has been ongoing for months. 

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