Ekonomi Islam & GlobalEnglish

Coronavirus: DHL Cuts 2,200 Jobs At Jaguar Land Rover

Logistics firm DHL is cutting up to 2,200 jobs at Jaguar Land Rover factories as the car sector wrestles with the “unprecedented impact” of the coronavirus pandemic.

It is the latest in a wave of thousands of job cuts blamed on the pandemic across the economy, from BP and Airbus to Pret A Manger and easyJet.

Jaguar Land Rover last month separately announced 1,100 cuts to agency staff employed via Manpower as part of a cost-cutting “transformation programme”.

Trade union Unite said the number of job losses at DHL represented just under 40% of its workforce on the JLR contract.

DHL said: In light of highly challenging trading conditions in the global automotive sector and the unprecedented impact of the Coronavirus pandemic, we have made the difficult decision to restructure our linefeed and freight operations supporting the Jaguar Land Rover contract.

“We are now in consultation with our employees and their representatives and will make every effort to redeploy as many colleagues as possible to our other operations nationwide.” – SKY NEWS

BacalahMalaysia Team

Berita portal paling trending di negara ini. Tanpa prejudis menjadikan suara rakyat didengari sewajarnya, ada kelainan, dekat di hati masyarakat dan pemerintah. Currently the country's most trending news portal. Prejudice free website that prioritizes and listens to the voice of the people with a difference, community and authority friendly

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button