Fast-food chain McDonald’s is set to temporarily close its US offices this week as it prepares to tell corporate staff about its layoffs amid company restructuring.
McDonald’s has asked employees to work from home from April 5-7 to allow the company to deliver staffing decisions virtually.
The company hasn’t disclosed how many employees will be laid off. McDonald’s had announced in January that it would review corporate staffing levels as part of its updated business strategy, which could lead to layoffs in some areas and expansion in others.
The company is expected to begin announcing key decisions by April 5.
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