Jaguar Land Rover’s Halewood plant said it was forced to take steps to “preserve the long-term success of the company and” optimize performance. “
A statement from the center has now confirmed that it is asking staff of volunteers to lay off.
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A spokesperson for Jaguar Land Rover told The ECHO: “Jaguar Land Rover is taking action to optimize performance and achieve new operational efficiencies to enable sustainable growth and preserve the long-term success of our business.
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“As a result, we are implementing a very small voluntary layoff program for some colleagues at Halewood. “
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In a post seen by The ECHO, JLR explained how towards the end of 2020, “a small voluntary layoff program was implemented for hourly colleagues at the West Midlands facility, and that program would be extended to Halewood.
JLR laid off “hundreds of employees” at the Liverpool plant in 2020.
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