Telecom provider Vodafone Germany wants to cut 1,300 full-time employees as part of a reorganization. In the main procedure, jobs in the field of management and in areas where there is no direct contact with customers will be submitted.
At the same time, about 400 new jobs will be created in “customer-centric areas”, announced in Düsseldorf a subsidiary of the British group Vodafone. These areas include technology, network expansion and major customer projects. Thus, 900 staff positions will be eliminated.
“If we want to fund our ambitions, we have to take this painful step,” said Vodafone Germany director Philipp Rogge, who is also a member of the group’s board in London, as quoted by Handelsblatt. According to information, there are 14,230 full-time jobs at Vodafone Germany.
Vodafone is going through a difficult period and Germany is by far the most important market for the group. In the third business quarter (until the end of December 2022), the Düsseldorf-based company only managed to obtain 8,000 new mobile phone contracts. Vodafone Germany lost customers in DSL and cable television.
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