IT firm to make hundreds of redundancies

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Posted 23/04/2012

One of the biggest IT companies in the UK has announced hundreds of its members of staff are facing redundancy.Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) is cutting a further 640 positions, which means it will have let more than 1,000 employees go since the start of the year.Union Unite stated members have been left “devastated” by the news they are facing redundancy, with national officer Kevin O’Gallagher describing the move as a “severe body blow”.”We have put forward a detailed plan which will avoid any compulsory redundancies in the company, however these plans have not been taken up,” he said, adding the firm is insisting on making compulsory redundancies.Staff at sites in Chesterfield, Chorley, Leeds and Solihull have already held protests about the job cuts.CSC employs almost 100,000 members of staff all over the world and has bases in more than 90 countries across the globe.Posted by Ross Strowger


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