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Walmart cuts hundreds of jobs, requires remote workers to come to the office

Walmart said change for remote workers aimed at "bringing more of us together more often.” 

Published: May 15, 2024 12:09pm

Updated: May 15, 2024 12:13pm

Walmart has announced layoffs impacting several hundred jobs at its campus offices and is requiring remote employees to come to the office. 

The retail giant said in a staff memo Tuesday most of the remote workers and personnel in its Dallas, Atlanta and Toronto offices will relocate to its primary offices in Bentonville, Arkansas; Hoboken, New Jersey; and the San Francisco Bay Area.

Walmart also said the move is aimed at “bringing more of us together more often.” 

However, the company did not give a reason for the layoffs beyond stating that “some parts of our business have made changes” that will result in job losses, according to the Associated Press

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