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Fujitsu, who employ more than  500 people in Warrington and more than 600 in Manchester, have started consulting employees on potential job losses 
Altogether up to 1,800 jobs could be made redundant throughout Britain, although Fujitsu say it is too early to say exactly where the job losses may fall. Fujitsu says the move is being made to streamline operations and allow the company to remain competitive.  They released the following statement: “Fujitsu is planning a transformation programme that will enable it to better support customers in the era of digital transformation. The company today advised its employee representative forum of plans to restructure the organisation in order to provide better service and respond more quickly to customer needs. 
“As part of the programme, Fujitsu plans to streamline operations in order to remain competitive in the market. Proposed measures include changes which would result in a reduction of up to 1,800 jobs in the UK. All affected employees will be offered guidance and support and Fujitsu is establishing a consultation process with elected employee representatives.” 
Unite has described the job losses as “a hammer blow.”  You can click here to read more about the story. 
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