Walmart slashed a few dozen jobs at corporate headquarters in addition to making several promotions as it continues to realign resources around new areas of focus, namely e-commerce.
The company has cut a few dozen jobs, according to Talk Business & Politics. An undisclosed number of promotions have also been awarded, largely in merchandising, according to Retail Dive.
Today’s cuts are on top of roughly a 1,000 job cuts last year and 500 in replenishment roles since the end of January (the beginning of Walmart’s new fiscal year), according to TB&P. It’s all part of a larger realignment as the company allocates resources to support new initiatives including e-commerce and store initiatives.
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