Waitrose boss Rob Collins to step down in £100m John Lewis cuts

Supermarket’s parent group says 75 out of 225 head office management posts will be axed

The Waitrose boss, Rob Collins, has quit the business as part of a radical overhaul that will merge the supermarket’s management with its sister chain John Lewis. .

The retailers’ parent group, the John Lewis Partnership, will axe one in three senior head office management posts – 75 out of 225 – as part of the reorganisation, which will save the company £100m.

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