Levi’s cutting 700 jobs amid pandemic sales slump

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Levi's cutting 700 jobs amid pandemic sales slump

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Levi’s mentioned Tuesday that it’ll minimize 700 workplace jobs, or about 15 per cent of its worldwide company workforce, because it offers with a pointy drop in gross sales because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The San Francisco-based denims maker mentioned the layoffs will put it aside about $100 million US a yr and will not have an effect on employees at its shops or factories.

Like different clothes firms, Levi’s needed to briefly shut its shops because of the virus. Lots of the shops that promote its denims have been additionally shut.

Levi Strauss & Co. mentioned its second quarter income sank 62 per cent to $497.5 million US. It reported a lack of $363.5 million US, after reporting a revenue a yr in the past. Adjusted losses got here to 48 cents per share, beating Wall Road expectations, based on Zacks Funding Analysis.

The corporate mentioned most of its shops are actually open and seeing gross sales at about 80 per cent of the place they have been a yr in the past.

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