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BT outsources facilities services division in fresh cost-cutting move

Monday 26 November 2018 | 17:08 CET | News
The Communication Workers Union (CWU) has reacted angrily after BT confirmed plans to outsource its facilities services division to contractors ISS and CBRE from April 2019 in a 5-year deal. The CWU said that the move threatens the job security, terms and conditions of more than 1,700 CWU-represented employees.

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