About 900 of the earmarked 2'600 have already been cut with the closure of its Glasgow call centre earlier this month.
Details of the final third of job losses have not been revealed, but are unlikely to include customer-facing staff such as those who work in its shops, online or on its airline. Online sales now account for about half of Thomson's total business in the UK. These changes are being made to align back office activities with the demands of a business that now has nearly 40 percent of its sales generated from the sale flights, hotel accommodation and dynamic packages, Thomson said in a statement. But, TUI will be restructuring its travel operations across the board and it also announced that it is to shed about 3'600 jobs in total with 400 being axed in Germany, 200 in France and a further 400 elsewhere in addition to the UK losses.
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