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Asda’s new business plan puts 5,000 jobs at risk

If the proposals are enacted, the company said its priority will be to move ‘as many colleagues as possible’ into alternative roles, with redundancy being ‘the last option’

Asda has announced it will transform parts of its business to focus more on online, putting 5,000 jobs at risk. To support the increasing number of customers who are choosing to shop online, the supermarket revealed it intends to expand its “in stoe pick” model by creating 4,500 new roles in store-based online operations across the country. The business stated it will enter formal consultations with around 5,000 colleagues potentially impacted by the proposals out of a total workforce of 145,000. As part of the restructuring, Asda said it has proposed the closure of the Dartford and Heston... Subscribe to read full artical

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Asda’s new business plan puts 5,000 jobs at risk | HR Wire
Asda’s new business plan puts 5,000 jobs at risk | HR Wire
Employee Relations

Asda’s new business plan puts 5,000 jobs at risk

If the proposals are enacted, the company said its priority will be to move ‘as many colleagues as possible’ into alternative roles, with redundancy being ‘the last option’

Asda has announced it will transform parts of its business to focus more on online, putting 5,000 jobs at risk. To support the increasing number of customers who are choosing to shop online, the supermarket revealed it intends to expand its “in stoe pick” model by creating 4,500 new roles in store-based online operations across the country. The business stated it will enter formal consultations with around 5,000 colleagues potentially impacted by the proposals out of a total workforce of 145,000. As part of the restructuring, Asda said it has proposed the closure of the Dartford and Heston... Subscribe to read full artical

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