Wood confirms plan to cut 22 jobs in Aberdeen


WOOD has confirmed it is cutting 22 jobs in Aberdeen as it looks to “drive efficiency” in the way it works.

A total of 34 jobs are being lost across the UK with a consultation process currently underway. The P&J has reported that all the affected roles are corporate function positions.

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A Wood spokesman said: “Wood employs 6,500 people across the UK. As part of a project to simplify its corporate functions, Wood is proposing to make 34 UK roles redundant, with 22 of those based in Aberdeen.

“The aim of the exercise is to reduce organisational complexity, right size our functional design and drive efficiency in the way we work.

“We are providing the necessary care and support to those employees affected by this proposal.”

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