Dyson to Cut 1,000 UK Jobs as Part of Global Workforce Review

Dyson to Cut 1,000 UK Jobs as Part of Global Workforce Review


Electric appliance maker Dyson is cutting about 1,000 jobs in the UK as part of a global workforce review, slashing its British workforce by more than a quarter.

The drastic moves come less than a week after the left-wing Labour Party claimed the national election and installed Prime Minister Sir Keir Starmer as leader.

The announcement by the firm, best known for the invention of the bag-less vacuum cleaner, coincided with the day new business and trade secretary, John Reynolds, hosted a call with 170 leaders from businesses and trade associations to set out his priorities and answer questions.

The Guardian reports staff were told on Tuesday morning about the cuts as part of moves to reduce the business’s 15,000-strong workforce around the world

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