Rolls-Royce planning job cuts that could see around 3,000 roles slashed


Rolls-Royce planning job cuts that could see around 3,000 roles slashed as part of a major turnaround

Rolls-Royce is planning job cuts that could see around 3,000 roles slashed as part of a major turnaround.

The engineering giant said it was working on the ‘transformation’ of several areas of the business, one of which related to ‘organisational efficiencies’.

It followed reports that the company’s proposes to merge merge several departments, with up to 10 per cent of its 30,000 non-manufacturing staff axed.

Job cuts: The engineering giant said it was working on the 'transformation' of several areas of the business, one of which related to 'organisational efficiencies'

Job cuts: The engineering giant said it was working on the ‘transformation’ of several areas of the business, one of which related to ‘organisational efficiencies’

The plans follow comments from new Rolls-Royce boss Tufan Erginbilgic, who previously described it as a ‘burning platform’ that needed to streamline.

Rolls said: ‘We have made no decisions on any potential impact on employees.’



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