July 24, 2024

Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc could cut thousands of jobs following it hired consultants led by McKinsey & Co. to provide advice on streamlining the company’s operations, as per The Times report, adding that the carmaker with the most luxurious cars has employed consultants led by McKinsey & Co. to advise about the process.
The report further revealed that the company was considering removing 3,000 non-manufacturing employees from its workforce across the globe. Additionally, Rolls-Royce CEO Tufan Erginbilgic has started a change program within the company, including several critical changes to management. The company will combine the non-manufacturing divisions within the Rolls’ civil power, defense, and aerospace systems divisions as part of the plan.

“We are working at pace on our transformation across a number of work streams and only one part of one of those work streams is about realizing organizational efficiencies. We have made no decisions whatsoever on any potential impact on employees and any suggestion otherwise is pure speculation,” Bloomberg published a report the source as a Rolls-Royce spokesperson.
The report states that the most significant negative impact from Rolls Royce layoffs will be on the headquarters of the company since the majority of its back-office administrative functions are located within the capital city.
The report also stated that Rolls-Royce’s headquarters will likely be the most brutal hit because most of its back-office administrative tasks are within the City.

Rolls-Royce layoffs are not the only ones in the automotive industry. To date, Ford has made announcements of layoffs for China, and, like the industry, numerous other companies are undergoing massive layoffs in case of a global recession.
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