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  • Jaguar Land Rover and Ford to axe thousands of jobs

    JLR to cut 4,500 jobs globally with UK management roles most affected Jaguar Land Rover and Ford are to cut thousands of jobs, including at least 2,000 in the UK. JLR, Britain’s biggest carmaker, said it will lose 4,500 jobs from its global workforce, the majority of them management roles in the UK at sites including Coventry and Gaydon. The company will start a voluntary redundancy programme. Continue reading

    the Guardian
  • Salesforce is building new tower in Dublin and adding hundreds of jobs

    Salesforce put the finishing touches on a tower in San Francisco last year. In October, it announced Salesforce Tower in Atlanta and today it was Dublin’s turn. Everyone gets a tower. Salesforce first opened an office in Dublin back in 2001, and has expanded to 1400 employees today. Today’s announcement represents a significant commitment to expand even [

    TechCrunch
  • Hundreds of flights axed as fresh strike hits German airports

    Hundreds of flights will be cancelled at eight German airports Tuesday, including at the nation's busiest travel hub Frankfurt, as security staff walk off the job in a deepening row over pay.

    phys.org
  • Ford plans to axe 1,150 UK jobs: union

    Ford plans to cut 1,150 jobs in Britain, a union announced Friday, one day after the US car giant unveiled a major restructuring of its European operations.

    phys.org