Optus to slash 750 roles

Wednesday 2 May 2012 | 03:51 CET | News
Australian telecommunications provider Optus has confirmed it will cut 750 jobs as part of a restructure. The new structure will see the creation of a customer division responsible for managing all aspects of Optus' relationship with customers. It will be supported by the creation of new marketing and sales divisions and the centralisation of a number of other key functions, including commercial, human resources and strategy. By moving to a more streamlined and centralised structure, Optus will remove a number of areas of duplication, the company says. As a result, Optus is proposing to make

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Categories: General
Companies: Optus
Countries: Australia
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