Jul 7, 2020
DHL to cut 2,200 jobs at Jaguar Land Rover plants
About 2,200 jobs supplying Jaguar Land Rover manufacturing plants are at risk. Trade union Unite said 40% of DHL Supply Chain staff at plants in the Midlands and North West may lose their jobs. The unions' officer for logistics, Matt Draper, said it would not stand for DHL "Forcing workers to undertake impossible workloads as they show other workers the door". More than 6,000 jobs in the UK's automotive sector were cut in June and with one in six jobs thought to be at risk. "While DHL is the employer, the reality is that the workers perform their roles for JLR," Mr Draper said, adding that JLR had "a moral duty" to support workers.
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