Over half of Tate's London bookshop staff at risk of redundancy

Over half of Tate's London bookshop staff at risk of redundancy

More than half of Tate's London bookshop staff are facing redundancy, with several roles in its books team and publishing operation also at risk, The Bookseller has learned.

Tate Enterprises, the galleries' commercial wing, announced last week it was cutting 313 jobs across its operations. The organisation said most of the roles would be in catering or customer-facing retail.

According to the PCS union, which is taking industrial action over the plans this month, 32 full-time equivalent bookshop roles in the London operations, at Tate Modern and Tate Britain, are facing the axe—just over ...

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