“To be a world class retailer, Coles needs to invest further in new stores, in renewing existing stores and in better service and value for our customers,” Mr Durkan said.
“The team members affected by this decision have made a significant contribution to Coles and we sincerely thank them for their hard work,” Coles managing director John Durkan said in a statement.
“Coles is absolutely focused on better supporting our stores and more than 99,000 team members so they can deliver what our customers want”.
Supermarket chain Coles has confirmed it will axe almost 440 jobs from its Melbourne support centre.
In a statement Coles said the changes would lead to the loss of 378 permanent positions and 60 contractor jobs.
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