Friday 25 November 2022 08:02 AM Bunnings will make hundreds of employees redundant in coming months trends now

Friday 25 November 2022 08:02 AM Bunnings will make hundreds of employees redundant in coming months trends now
Friday 25 November 2022 08:02 AM Bunnings will make hundreds of employees redundant in coming months trends now

Friday 25 November 2022 08:02 AM Bunnings will make hundreds of employees redundant in coming months trends now

Bunnings to cut hundreds of jobs as the hardware giant looks at shaving costs after surviving the coronavirus pandemic Bunnings will make about 300 job positions redundant in the coming months  An insider revealed management's plan to overhaul support and training system Economists warn retailers will suffer from January with consumers budgeting 

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Australian hardware giant Bunnings will make about 300 jobs redundant to help cope with the post-Covid economic crisis, it has been revealed

Insiders said on Friday that the company will restructure its head office and support centre system.

Perth-based owners Wesfarmers will now sift through 53,000 Bunnings employees to find where the company can cut costs as bills continue to grow.

A Bunnings insider warned about 300 job positions will be made redundant in the coming months (pictured, a Bunnings employee)

A Bunnings insider warned about 300 job positions will be made redundant in the coming months (pictured, a Bunnings employee)

A management review of the company's back-office workforce is to be carried out and expected to find that 'some support office roles' around Australia 'will no longer be required'.

'Now that we're on the other side of the most disruptive part of the pandemic we're reviewing our support centre resourcing to ensure we're set up for the future,' it said.

'We periodically

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