The Dallas Morning News reports the 200 jobs being eliminated are in Dallas corporate and other non-store operations throughout the U.S. and Canada, and represent 10% of the company’s non-store workforce. The company said those losing their jobs would be provided severance and outplacement services.
In addition, 7-Eleven management told employees Thursday it is suspending merit pay increases and reducing incentive compensation for most positions.
7-Eleven joins a growing number of companies announcing match contribution suspensions to reduce costs in the down economy (see Eddie Bauer Suspends Match ).
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