Asos interim chief people officer Caroline Ross has stepped down after one year at the business.

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The leadership upheavals continue at embattled Asos in the wake of deepening losses 

This follows news of the departure of brands director James Barron and menswear product director Stefan Pesticcio, as revealed exclusively by Retail Week last month.

It is not yet known who will replace Ross, but the search for a new chief people officer is in the works, according to Drapers.

Ross joined the pureplay retailer in May 2022 and was previously chief people officer at international betting company Flutter Entertainment from 2020 to 2022.

Prior to that, she was chief human resources officer at Channel 4 for two years.

The news comes at a troubled time for Asos, whose full year results to September 3 revealed a deepened loss before tax of £296.7m. Group sales also dropped 10% to £3.54bn.

However, the company remains upbeat about its future prospects as it aims to “return to growth with EBITDA margin around pre-Covid levels” by 2025.