Everything Everywhere to cut up to 600 jobs - report

Thursday 3 November 2011 | 11:14 CET | News
Everything Everywhere has placed its support staff based in Hatfield, Paddington, Bristol and Darlington under a redundancy consultation process that could see 600 jobs scrapped, Mobile Today reports. The company briefed staff on 2 November, and the support staff have been given a 90-day period before redundancy by 1 February. It is thought 550 employees are under threat, due to a number of shared roles. In its statement to employees, the company said the move will support the company as it transitions from integrating two businesses to a new phase focused on accelerating the delivery of the

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Everything Everywhere
Countries: United Kingdom
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