Job cuts | Victoria Beckham slashes staff to go 'back to basics'

Victoria Beckham slashes staff to go 'back to basics'

Fashion designer and former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham has been the subject of several headlines throughout the coronavirus crisis, as she was slammed for choosing to place staff on the Government’s furlough scheme despite her own personal fortune. Now it seems once again the English singer has been embroiled in headlines as she shared plans to cut staff at her fashion label by nearly a fifth. Due to the devastating impact the pandemic has had on the retail and fashion sector, this will result in the loss of 20 employees’ jobs, reported The Guardian. The jobs will come from production roles at Beckham’s dressmaking atelier in London. As consumer demand dwindles and with supply chains under more pressure than ever, the brand plans to cut down the number of options per collection...

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