Upmarket department store chain Neiman Marcus has announced another round of job cuts.
Across the company 131 jobs will go with 31 being cut following a reshuffle of the marketing, advertising, production and creative services teams. The remaining 100 jobs are sales support positions in stores across the country.
Since January, the Dallas-based luxury retailer has cut 825 jobs and salaried employees have taken a pay cut. Vice-president of corporate communications Ginger Reeder said: “This is the result of the internal review of our division and corporate processes, identifying efficiencies and ways to reduce operating expenses that has been going on for almost a year.”