Marks & Spencer is planning a reorganisation of its womenswear division, according to reports.
Marks & Spencer is expected to tell its staff about the plans for a reshuffle in the senior womenswear team, which is overseen by executive director for clothing Kate Bostock, today.
Details of the changes are unclear, and Marks & Spencer declined to comment.
Marks & Spencer reported a 6.2% drop in like-for-like sales of general merchandise for the 26 weeks to September 27. Profits fell to £307.8 million from £550m the previous year.
Last month, Marks & Spencer launched consultation with staff over job cuts in its property and store design departments as its scaled back its store refurbishment plans.