Home Shopping Network is looking to lay off 115 people, or about 2.6 percent
of its 4,400-member work force.
Under the 'consolidation,' an HSN spokesman said, the layoffs will reach
across all departments.
The spokesman added, however, that HSN may not wind up cutting that many
workers, as about one-half of the impacted staffers will be offered
opportunities 'for positions that are open, or work on other shifts.'
The process is expected to play out over the next two weeks, according to the