Vodafone has kicked off the latest restructuring of its UK business that will see up to 2,700 workers asked to move.
The plan will involve the closure of smaller offices, notably a hub in Bracknell that Vodafone acquired as part of its takeover of Cable & Wireless, with work centralised in larger offices in London, Newbury and Manchester. Workers that cannot relocate will leave Vodafone but the company expects its overall staff numbers to remain broadly similar after the restructuring as it replaces people that leave.
Vodafone will spend 10m in Newbury, its historic headquarters, to boost its network operations centre to embed the fixed-line operations that are run out of Bracknell. A number of consumer and digital roles will howeve…
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