Sainsbury’s jobs to go in head office restructuring
UK grocery retailer Sainsbury’s will restructure its London head office, which could lead to up to 300 jobs being cut. Retail Week reported that the retailer will structure central support teams to "align them for future growth" and "ensure there is no duplication of activity and to simplify the central operation". It has been in consultation with staff this week. Sainsbury’s has restructured its three main business units; fresh food, grocery and non-food. The food trading team will be restructured into fresh and chilled food teams. The company said new jobs will be created and that the move “will simplify activities and also enable greater synergies across our supplier base". A spokesperson said: "This year we are a net creator of jobs, particularly in stores where we are growing trade levels and the store estate. We expect to open 16 stores and 50 convenience stores over the next 12 months."
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