Jan 22, 2020
Jaguar Land Rover to cut 500 jobs at its Halewood plant
Jaguar Land Rover is cutting 500 jobs at its Halewood plant on Merseyside, the company has confirmed. The car maker said last year it planned to cut 4,500 jobs globally as part of a £2.5bn plan to reverse losses. Jaguar has about 4,000 permanent employees at Halewood and told staff in a statement the losses would affect about 10% of its total workforce when it moves from three shifts to two a day. "Through its ongoing transformation programme, Jaguar Land Rover is taking action to optimise performance, enable sustainable growth and safeguard the long-term success of our business." "This will deliver significant operating efficiencies at the plant, while enabling us to meet the growing customer demand for our new Range Rover Evoque and Land Rover Discovery Sport."
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