Job Cuts

Germany's struggling Deutsche Bank says it will cut 18,000 jobs by 2022, in one of the biggest overhauls to an investment bank since the aftermath of the financial crisis. The dramatic restructuring is expected to cost the Frankfurt-headquartered bank over $8 billion.
Energy giant BP has announced hundreds of job losses amid the plunging price of oil, sparking warnings of further cuts and
The BBC has been accused of "frittering away" public money with plans to axe hundreds more journalists, while planning to
Asda is to cut 1,360 jobs as part of an overhaul of its store management structure, just a few months after David Cameron
Struggling supermarket chain Morrisons is to slash 2,600 jobs due to plans to streamline how its stores are managed. The
Royal Mail's announcement that 1,600 jobs would be cut as part of a cost cutting drive shocked the unions, which branded
Royal Mail has unveiled plans to cut 1,600 jobs as part of a drive to save £50 million a year in costs, in a move that postal
Trade unions have marched on Portsmouth, fearing planned shipyard job cuts will cost more than workers' livelihoods in the
RWE npower has confirmed plans to slash 1,460 jobs from its 9,600 UK workforce and transfer back office administrative work
Barclays has been accused of making a "colossal mistake" over plans to axe 1,700 jobs from across its branch network by the