Coles reportedly plans to cut up to 600 jobs from its head office in Melbourne as part of an efficiency drive
The Sydney Morning Herald says the job cuts are expected to be announced in Melbourne on Wednesday by managing director John Durkan.
The supermarket chain’s earnings grew 9.1% to $1.672 billion in the year to the end of June.
Its parent company, Wesfarmers, announced a 18.9% rise in net profit to $2.689 billion, a special dividend to shareholders and a capital return program of $1 billion.
Coles was not immediately available for comment.
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