Denmark -Maersk to cut 200 jobs -April 17, 2015

200 job cuts at Maersk Oil unit to affect both permanent employees and workers.

Maersk has entered into consultations with staff following the announcement of a 200 job cut at its Maersk Oil unit due to the drop in oil prices. The company wants to reduce operating costs by 20% over the next two years. The decision will affect both permanent employees and workers of core contractors.


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