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In order to minimise redundancies, we offered staff in these centres the opportunity to apply for voluntary redundancy.
The service has said that a targeted voluntary redundancy programme which would include workers such as cooks and cleaners, is under way.
In Wales, around four "non-editorial" staff were told that they are to lose their jobs, while it is also understood two journalists have opted to take voluntary redundancy packages.
WELSH language broadcaster S4C has announced that 29 members of staff are to leave their jobs under a voluntary redundancy scheme.
She claims chief executive Margaret Carney told her she could not take voluntary redundancy because her job role would continue after she left.
Qantas issued a voluntary redundancy said conceding to all the pilots' demands could result in job losses and place the future of the airline in jeopardy.
CHANGES to how Cardiff council pays off staff taking voluntary redundancy will be considered by councillors tomorrow.
The State owned station yesterday announced that between 50 and 60 jobs will be lost as plans are prepared for voluntary redundancy and early retirements.