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Job fears from iSoft restructure

27th August 2009

Almost a third of iSoft’s UK front line support and delivery staff could be made redundant under a restructuring project being planned by the company.

Indications have emerged that the company will merge “the application of support and service delivery into customer service” and disparate technical teams into a unified team in the UK. The move could see jobs cut from 193 to 131. The company has said it is restructuring and is now holding a 90-day consultation period on the proposals.


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Article Information

Title: Job fears from iSoft restructure
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 12503
Date Added: 27th Aug 2009



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