Crmr is a travel agency in the UK that offers discounted rates for a range of services.
Its website states that the majority of services offered at Crmr are low-cost alternatives to booking through the booking site.
But this week the travel agency has revealed it will no longer be offering a range and will be slashing hours from 10pm to 8am.
The cuts will affect people working from home as well as staff who work from home, with many of them working from the office.
“The changes will affect staff who have previously worked from home.
Staff who have had a personal or family holiday on a Crmr holiday will no long be able to work from the home office and will no more be able access travel booking through Crmr,” the company said in a statement.
Crmr’s chief executive Andrew Denton said that he and his team are taking the decision to cut hours because of the cost.
He told the BBC that staff who had been working from their home office for the last six months would be able take part in the savings.
“I think this is a great day for our team to be able get out and spend some quality time with our families and friends.
We will be putting our full support behind the business,” Mr Denton told the Radio Times.
However, Mr Dennett said he did not believe the cuts would have a negative impact on Crmr’s ability to offer the same quality services to other clients.
What you need to know about travel agencies in the United States: Crm said the savings would affect staff from the same office who had previously worked at the office, including travel agents.
“I’ve been in this industry for over a decade and I’m really happy that I’ve been able to bring the work home, but I can’t do that in a small office like ours,” Crmr director Andrew Dennett told the Newsbeat.
Crumm has already announced that it will be closing some offices around the country.
For more information, you can contact Crmr on 020 7227 0102 or visit its website.