Hundreds of Topshop and Topman workers’ jobs at risk
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FASHION retailers Topshop and Topman are cutting jobs at hundreds of stores across the UK thanks to a management shake up.
Arcadia - the owners of the two chains - will axe one of two "brand manager" roles at branches where there is a Topshop and Topman in one store.
The same structure will apply to cases where there are two of the shops near to each other, which will be run by one manager instead of two.
There are more than 300 Topshop and 250 Topman stores across the UK, and staff face losing their jobs if their position is cut.
The fashion chain is owned by Sir Philip Green who is worth £3.8billion. He has was slammed after selling BHS to a group of investors with no retail experience.
The sale resulted in collapse of the retailer and thousands of department store workers losing their jobs.