Vodafone to cut jobs

Vodafone to cut jobs

Vodafone Australia is reportedly cutting its number of office staff, in order boost it’s competitiveness.

It’s unknown how many jobs will go, as the telco giant is yet to confirm the cuts, but some reports are saying 500 jobs could go.

Chief executive Bill Morrow says the move will make the company a more effective business, as they work towards a more reliable data network and upgraded IT systems, in order to “optimise its workforce.”

It comes as complaints to telco giants have decreased over the past year, by 2 per cent, meaning telecommunications organisations are supposedly improving their customer service.

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