Walmart (WMT)-owned online home goods retailer, Hayneedle, reportedly laid off about 200 employees on Thursday from its Omaha, Nebraska, headquarters, which will also be shuttered.

The layoffs come as Walmart looks to integrate Hayneedle into its e-commerce business unit under the site.

In a statement to the Omaha World-Herald, Meredith Klein, director of public relations for Acquired Brands, said, “We are integrating the Hayneedle business and select functions within

“The website will continue to operate, offering specialty home items for customers while enhancing the diversity of assortment on, including access to Hayneedle’s private brands — Belham Living and Coral Coast,” she added.

Employees will reportedly receive at least a 60-day notice and can apply for other jobs offered by the retail giant. They will also receive outplacement assistance, with about 100 workers remaining at a Sarpy County, Nebraska, call center, the news outlet said.

This is the second round of layoffs for Hayneedle within the last year. The company laid off 293 employees back in May as part of a restructuring effort.

Shares of Walmart stock were down 0.12% as of 9:52 a.m. EST on Friday.

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