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Fears For Jobs As Diageo Unveils Major Shake-Up

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Doesn't take much reading between the lines to understand where the jobs will be cut and where the investment is going.

http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard-business/article-23953527-fears-for-jobs-as-diageo-unveils-major-shake-up.do

Diageo's 20,000-strong workforce was on alert today after the Guinness maker said it was consulting on job losses amid massive restructuring plans.

Some of the thousands of staff working at Diageo in the UK and Ireland, including at its headquarters in Park Royal, were nervous about job security after chief executive Paul Walsh said: "The regional variation in the pace of economic growth has created significant change and new opportunities for Diageo as a global business."

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We don't need jobs in a jobless recovery.

It certainly is no reocvery - it is a continuination of the high cost job losing bubble - willfully enforced this time around - a repeat perfomance by the same clowns who should be relegated to piss ups in breweries.

Even worse consequences for carrying on with this action as the majority of the poplulation is having their entire income profile actively squandered and whittled away by inflation.

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Mein Fehder is in der Rathaus! :blink:

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