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Worley in consultation with Aberdeen staff over job cuts

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Worley is the latest energy firm to announce a number of job losses at its Aberdeen base as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

The firm informed employees that they would be entering a redundancy consultation process with its North Sea office-based team.

In the meantime staff have also been told to reduce their hours.

Shaun Poll, VP Operations UK, said: “The combination of covid-19, reduction in oil prices impacting customer operations, and the completion of long-term projects has resulted in a reduced workload and the need to make adjustments to safeguard the future of our business.”

Mr Poll said that despite taking measures to retain as many people as possible, including the government furlough scheme, reduced hours and benefits, use of leave, stand-down, job share, early retirement and redeployment and rate reduction for all contractors there would still have to be a further reduction in headcount to continue to operate sustainably.

He added: “The health and wellbeing of our people continue to be our top priority. We are actively communicating with all affected team members to ensure that they are supported through this process, through open and honest dialogue.”

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