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The boss of Liverpool homeware and furnishing chain Taskers has stressed they expect to be thriving in business for many years to come. Crime Hotel worker forced to change name badge after racist ‘said it wasn’t foreign enough’ Patrick said he was left ‘intimidated’ after a man turned nasty with him at work. Video Loading Video Unavailable. The local independent company – founded in the s by Liverpool joiner Jack Tasker – this week announced a significant restructure. That involves the closure of its two smallest outlets in Heswall and Formby. Two of its smaller stores, in Heswall and Formby, will close on January 31, with the Wavertree store shutting until spring when the company plans to re-open it with a refurbishment and a rebrand.

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So we do have great ambition online, though it will take time for us to do it. Crime Hotel worker forced to change name badge after racist ‘said it wasn’t foreign enough’ Patrick said he was left ‘intimidated’ after a man turned nasty with him at work.

Meantime, Taskers is also planning to move its head offices to another base close to its current one in Long Lane, Aintree, establishing a new and bigger distribution centre and a click-and-collect facility to meet the needs of its growing online business.

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Taskers currently employs around sintree across its seven Merseyside locations, including five stores, head office and warehouse. News all Most Read Most Recent Kirkby Dad-to-be told he has terminal cancer tadkers a month before birth of ‘miracle baby’ An expectant dad found out his extremely rare brain cancer had returned – and was terminal – just a month before the birth of his ‘miracle baby’.

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The restructure will not affect the large stores at Aintree and Hunts Cross. Most Read Most Recent.

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Most Read Most Recent. In all, around around jobs will be lost as a result of the restructure – but redeployment and natural wastage should help keep compulsory redundancies to a minimum, hopes the firm.

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Taskers restructure store operations to tackle market conditions – Liverpool Echo

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Crime Hotel worker forced to change tqskers badge after racist ‘said it wasn’t foreign enough’ Patrick said he was left ‘intimidated’ after a man turned nasty with him at work. But Taskers’ major premises at Long Lane Aintree and Hunts Cross – opened just two years ago to help serve South Liverpool and beyond – will remain unaffected. Click to play Tap to play.

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Boss John Xintree stresses restructure will help year-old Liverpool firm thrive for many years to come. The local independent company – founded in the s by Liverpool joiner Jack Tasker – this week announced a significant restructure.

By John Thompson Commercial Editor. The boss of Liverpool homeware and furnishing chain Taskers has stressed they expect to be thriving in business for many years to come. By Catherine Murphy Retail and Leisure reporter. The video will start in akntree Cancel Play now.

Taskers restructure store operations to tackle market conditions

Subscribe to our Great Deals newsletter Enter email Subscribe. That involves the closure of its two smallest outlets in Heswall and Formby. In the statement, Mr Tasker added: The firm currently employs ajntree people across its seven Merseyside locations. Two of its smaller stores, in Heswall and Formby, will close on January 31, with the Wavertree store shutting until spring when the company plans to re-open it with a refurbishment and a rebrand.