Australian furniture company to cut 300 jobs amid crisis
Australian furniture chain carpet-tiles lowes is planning to slash its workforce by 300 jobs to cope with the crisis.
Key points:Carpet-tile maker Lowes has cut 300 workers and has launched an internal review to identify the causes of the collapseThe company has said the loss of staff will be felt most strongly by those who work in the retail businessThe company said it is looking at all options and believes the company will be able to provide support to affected customersThe company, which has been operating since 1997, said in a statement it was making the decision to slash staff after being made aware of the crisis last week.
“We will be working with the affected retail customers and other stakeholders to provide our customers with the support they need and in time, our team will be redeployed to other roles,” the statement read.
“This is our first step to helping our customers and customers around the world recover from the crisis and we hope our customers will accept our sincere apology.”
The company’s statement said it was working with affected retail and hospitality customers to identify areas of the business that could be improved.
“The loss of approximately 300 jobs in our retail division, along with the impact of the financial crisis on our business, has resulted in significant costs to our business,” the company said.
“Our retail operations have been severely affected by this situation and we will be looking to address any gaps in the supply chain in the coming weeks.”
It also said it has begun a review into how it has implemented its policies in recent years.
“To this end, we will work with the impacted retail and service customers to assess their needs and determine the appropriate way forward.”
As we move forward, we are confident that our staff will have the support and support they require to provide them with the best possible experience,” it said.
Lowes has not given a reason for the job cuts, but said it had been impacted by the global financial crisis.”
A number of factors have impacted our operations over the past year including the impact on the business, as well as the impact that the global economic downturn has had on our financial results and business,” it added.”
Despite this, we have made significant investments to invest in our business to support the continued growth of our business.
And I am pleased to announce that we will bring in a package which will help all Australians find jobs.””
I have just been told by the Prime Minister that the government is going to introduce legislation to help people find jobs and get back into the workforce,” he said on Friday.
“And I am pleased to announce that we will bring in a package which will help all Australians find jobs.”
The Federal Government has been criticised for not doing enough to help the affected community in the wake of the disaster.
More than 1,400 people have died after a crane collapsed in Adelaide, South Australia.
In November, a worker was found dead in a suitcase at a warehouse in Adelaide’s west.
The tragedy has put the spotlight on the industry, which relies on people to do the hard work of cleaning, maintaining and maintaining the company’s products.
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