Decision to Lay off Thousands of Employees by BT Group

BT Group, the renowned telecommunications company in Britain, has made the decision to lay off thousands of employees. In a statement, the famous and largest brand in the country for broadband and mobile services, BT Group, announced that in view of the financial crisis, it will reduce its overall workforce, including contractors, by up to 55,000 by 2030.

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According to the company’s owner, Philip Jansen, work is underway on the transformation to build a national fiber network, and as part of this process, the process of laying off employees has also begun.

Jansen states that after completing the rollout of the fiber, BT will have a digitized way of working and an easier structure, which will allow the company to rely on a smaller workforce and reduced costs.

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He said that the new BT Group in the coming days will have a bright future with a small business.

According to Jansen, the total number of BT employees will decrease to between 75,000 and 90,000 by the financial year 2030, from the current number of 130,000. By that time, the construction work on BT Group’s full-fiber network will also be completed.

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