Excessive-street retailer Wilko has begun a redundancy session with almost four,000 workers members because it reorganises its enterprise.
As much as 1,000 senior supervisor roles and a “vital quantity” of customer support posts shall be created underneath the plans, the agency stated.
The chain, whose headquarters is in Worksop, noticed pre-tax income fall 80% to £5.1m, within the 12 months as much as 28 January.
The GMB commerce union can also be being consulted over the adjustments.
The agency, which sells homeware and family items, has greater than 400 shops throughout the UK.
Retail director Anthony Houghton stated the adjustments would assist it “keep related” to prospects.
He added like-for-like gross sales had elevated “regardless of the difficult retail panorama”, however stated this was “not translating into optimistic outcomes”.
Wilko’s transfer comes within the wake of different retailers additionally reviewing their practices.
Earlier this 12 months, Tesco stated it will cut 1,200 jobs at its headquarters, with 1,000 jobs additionally believed to be in danger at fellow grocery store giants Asda and Sainsbury’s.