Less bean counters and self perpetuating intra groups are great.goron59 wrote: ↑Fri Jan 11, 2019 8:16 amPeteski wrote: ↑Thu Jan 10, 2019 12:04 pmFrom the BBC report "Management, marketing and administrative roles are expected to be hardest hit, but some production staff may also be affected."
So on the face of it looks like more of a cull of white collar UK staff.
Shhhh - let people whinge about factory workers being hit without checking facts first!
One organisation I worked for had six senior staff on well over £100k (this was 20 years ago) and each in turn had staff, by my crude reckoning they cost £6M to maintain and all they did was pass info around between themselves, conversely those of us at the sharp end were working 12 hours plus a day just to keep our heads above water.
Getting the balance right in any organisation is essential.
Its those with the true Technical Skills that should be retained and nurtured.