Another round of corporate Wal-Mart, store layoffs expected

Another round of corporate Wal-Mart, store layoffs

by Talk Business & Politics More layoffs {} expected at Wal-Mart. (KATV photo) LITTLE ROCK, Ar. (Talk Business & Politics) Wal-Mart Stores is again scaling back its corporate workforce as the retailer is expected to decrease its business and decrease the number of co-managers per store, and reduce areas such as direct-store -delivery receiving, according to persons familiar with the changes. Http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx. Wal-Mart’s fiscal year ends Jan. 31 and the latest restructuring with the time frame when the company usually does scale back. News of the pending layoffs hit social media feeds in December, but the company would not confirm to Talk Business & Politics any such corporate downsizing. Again, on Friday (Jan. 12), the retailer released the following statement regarding the corporate restructuring reported by the Wall Street Journal: “As we have previously stated, we’ve been looking at our structure for some time we are exploring ways to operate more effectively. We continue to do that but we are not going to talk about rumors and speculation. ” Talk Business & Politics is a conference held with a view to the media. Again, Wal-Mart did not confirm nor deny jobs were being eliminated. Business Intelligence & Information Systems, Bentonville technology, Continuing to shed jobs – moving some of the work to India. For more on the Wal-Mart, read the full story from KATV’s content partners Talk Business & Politics here.

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