Orion cuts 205 jobs in Finland
This article was originally published in Scrip
Orionhas announced that it will reduce its staff in Finland by 205 people. 175 employees will be made redundant, possibly in the first half of this year, and 30 positions will be terminated through retirement and other arrangements.
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