Morrisons is introducing cash-handling systems and technology which will improve the efficiency of cash office operation in its 490 stores.
The introduction of new technology is an ongoing programme to ensure that Morrisons continues to improve its competitiveness.
The new technology will simplify the operation and mean that cash can be automatically counted.
As a result, Morrisons has begun to consult with 689 cash office managers and supervisors about a proposal to remove management and supervisory positions in cash offices in stores.
Morrisons will support its colleagues throughout this consultation process.
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