Just Eat makes layoffs in UK and Ireland after customer and restaurant ops merged

Just Eat, the publicly-listed takeout marketplace that has faced fierce competition from UberEats and Deliveroo in recent years, has made a round of layoffs in the U.K. and Ireland, TechCrunch has learned. Announced internally late on Friday, the redundancies are part of a reorganisation that is seeing Just Eat’s customer and restaurant operation teams merged.…

Just Eat makes layoffs in UK and Ireland after customer and restaurant ops merged

Just Eat, the publicly-listed takeout marketplace that has faced fierce competition from UberEats and Deliveroo in recent years, has made a round of layoffs in the U.K. and Ireland, TechCrunch has learned.
Announced internally late on Friday, the redundancies are part of a reorganisation that is seeing Just Eat’s customer and restaurant operation teams merged. It it not clear exactly how many employees are being laid off, although I understand it is several dozen, while one source says it could be as many as 100 staff.
Confirming the re-org, a Just Eat spokesperson declined to comment on the exact number. Instead, the company provided TechCrunch with the following statement:
“At our full year results we talked about organising and energising the business to execute our strategy at pace. In order to ensure our operations are set up to deliver the best possible service we have merged our existing customer and restaurant operat
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