Bed Bath & Beyond Plans More Layoffs

As the company continues to adjust its organization, Bed Bath & Beyond plans to lay off additional workers, according to declarations filed under the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act.

The company already has established a new asset-based revolving credit facility to boost liquidity and has been making moves to contain costs.

According to a WARN notice filed in New Jersey, Bed Bath & Beyond will lay off 148 workers in Union, NJ, its headquarters location.

A WARN notice filed in Florida stated that the company would permanently close a contact center in Ocoee, FL, sidelining 221 employees there.