Retail recruiters positive over fate of Tesco Metro employees

Retail recruiters are bullish on the prospects of workers affected by Tesco’s decision to cut 4,500 roles across its Metro stores.

In a statement released yesterday, the retail giant revealed it had started talks with workers about operational changes to the way it runs its Metro stores in the UK. The firm said it would simplify and reduce processes and administrative tasks across all of its 153 Tesco Metro stores, which will lead to an overall reduction of around 4,500 roles.

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