Vodafone vacancy – Vodafone is planning a cost saving of around 70 million euros and wants to achieve this by, among other things, reducing personnel costs. Threatened are up to 1,000 jobs, it says.
Vodafone Job posting
According to a report from Handelsblatt, Vodafone is planning a cost saving of around 70 million euros. In addition to the improvement of organizational processes, the avoidance of duplication and similar measures, this should also be achieved by optimizing personnel costs. According to the information, this could mean the end for up to 1,000 jobs. The company currently employs about 14,000 people.
Vodafone himself denies the message and stated that he did not seek to reduce the number of jobs at this level. According to the company, the company does not want to fill vacancies again and use the annual fluctuation.
Savings are made by external employees
As the Rheinische Post reports, external employees are also likely to be affected by the savings, for example, staff in call centers or IT consultants. “As a result, the number of vacancies in the permanent staff could drop out as many people think because external contracts are saved,” a manager is quoted.
It also means that the company intends to consolidate locations in the course of the integration of Kabel Deutschland. The doubly double-digit positions will be dropped, and affected employees will receive attractive compensation offers.