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Coupar Angus chicken processing plant to cut 200 workers 2 Sisters bought the plant from Vion earlier this year More than 200 jobs are expected to go at a chicken processing plant in Perth and Kinross. The 2 Sisters Food Group said its Coupar Angus
Living Wage Higher Costs, Less Diversity, Job Losses 19 November 2013 An Auckland Council internal report obtained by the New Zealand Taxpayers' Union raises questions about the potential for job losses and casts the $3.75m price-tag for the policy
The General Motors factory in Baltimore, the Solo Cup plant in Owings Mills and the steel mill at Sparrows Point all made things for decades...But Maryland's manufacturing job losses the result of cutbacks, shutdowns and technological innovations
BAE Systems job losses 'not about Scotland referendum' There have been protests against the job losses in Portsmouth A cabinet minister has denied accusations that shipbuilding jobs were sacrificed in Portsmouth to protect the industry in Scotland...
BAE staff told 1,775 job losses 'over next three years' Workers at BAE's UK shipyards were given more details about impending job losses BAE Systems has told staff at its UK shipyards that 1,775 job losses will be phased in over the next three years.
Research from the Central Statistics Office tells us that workers in the information and communications sector earned an average of 52,035 last year while those working in the accommodation and food services sector earned an average salary of just 16,
He understood that BAE's Govan shipyard would not close, despite the fact that the possibility has been discussed behind the scenes in recent weeks. He said a well-placed source had told him the UK government was "acutely conscious of the politics of
BAE to cut possibly more than 1,000 UK shipyard jobs BSE System's Govan shipyard will not be closed, BBC Political Editor Nick Robinson understands BAE Systems is to cut potentially more than 1,000 jobs from its UK shipyards at Govan and Scotstoun in
IST Share More Banks have not seen significant delinquencies in home loans yet. For Bank of Baroda, delinquencies are less than 2% of its home loan portfolio. Retail loans, including mortgage loans, may no longer be safe for banks as fear of job
The company says it has made a considerable investment in new product which is now on the market and that this justifies a cut back, the Telegraaf reports...However, the job losses will not lead to longer waiting times at customer service. 'Where