Netherlands -Imtech cuts 1300 jobs -April 23, 2013

The Dutch engineering company Imtech has announced that it will cut 1,300 of its 29,000 jobs, or about 4.5% of its global workforce. Most job cuts would be in the Netherlands and Germany, with about a 10% reduction in staff numbers. The firm, which is investigating irregularities in Poland and Germany and is considering legal action against former management, said that the planned personnel and cost reductions are expected to support the operations' effectiveness and profitability.

English: http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/04/23/us-imtech-jobs ...

 

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