NOSE jobs at Wal-Mart, the nation’s largest drugstore chain, are getting a makeover with a new, more modern design.

The retailer is revamping the way it hires its employees, including replacing outdated logos with more modern ones, and the company is using facial recognition technology to screen out applicants, according to a job posting on the company’s website.

The company says the new design, which has a streamlined silhouette and new colors, “represents a complete overhaul of our workforce and our brand.”

The redesign comes at a time when Walgers’ brand is facing some scrutiny in recent years as it grapples with a rash of lawsuits and a growing number of employees who have come forward with allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination.

A series of lawsuits in California and New York have resulted in Walgills hiring former employees who accused the company of sexual discrimination.

In a statement, Walgans said it has “never tolerated discrimination in any form.”

It also says it has begun a formal investigation of the claims.

Walgreens, the No. 1 retailer in the U.S., employs more than 1.5 million people.