over the past weeks we have been exploring all possibilities to reduce the number of redundancies, which is managed through the use of a wide range of training activities, and an increased focus on development projects.
- This is changing, however, unfortunately not, we still need to send a sizable part of our skilled employees home.
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How said Stefan Vestergaard, ceo of Vestergaard Company that produces of-tiles machines to airports around the world to Rosklide Newspaper, when he d. 10. June had carried out a wave of dismissals and said goodbye to more than 60 of the company's total of 366 employees.
But today, says the company's fællestlllidsmand to Politiken, to other employers - who were faced with the opposite problem and lacked the manpower - immediately saw the possibilities to get hold of good employees:
- in Fact, there came so many requests, that the staff decided to put jobtavler up in produktionshallerne, where the dismissed employees are still working under their termination.
- On the tables, there are job postings from companies who are seeking both carpenters and electricians, says steward Per Gregers Jensen, Politiken, which also can tell that at least 15 of the 60 laid-off employees in new jobs.
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