Lowe's to cut job force by 1%, change staffing model

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The home improvement chain Lowe's currently has around 285,000 employees.

Lowe's announced it would cut less than 1% of its staff and change some employee roles. While some employees will be promoted and others laid off, a new model will put more staff in front of customers to help meet consumer expectations. The home improvement chain currently has around 285,000 employees. (CNBC)


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