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Optus to axe 400 jobs in Australia

Tuesday 29 May 2018 | 07:09 CET | News
Australian operator Optus has confirmed it will cut around 400 jobs. The operator has no plans to close any of its retail stores, Abc.net reports, citing an Optus spokesperson. The company representative also said the staff reduction decision is designed to "remove duplication and establish a more sustainable cost base". These job cuts are in line with Optus' strategy to "fund future investments" in an "increasingly competitive and disruptive market". Optus said it wants to become a "world-class, mobile-led, digital services provider".

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Companies: Optus
Countries: Australia
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