Qantas is already completing the first steps in its plan to reduce its workforce by 5,000 positions over the next three years. Although discussions with its other labor groups regarding the plan could take longer to resolve, cuts to management and non-operational support staff are underway. The job reductions are part of a broader initiative announced in February to shave A$2 billion ($1.9 billion) in costs. Of the 5.000 total, 1,500 of the jobs will be support and management positions. Many ...
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