SNCF could cut jobs

Inauguration du Francilien, le nouveau train d'Ile de France, mise en service sur la ligne HFrench rail company SNCF plans to cut more than 1,000 jobs according to its 2015 budget, union representatives said. Employee representatives unanimously opposed the budget in the works council. The train service operating unit SNCF Mobilites stands to lose around 1,600 posts in 2015, according to the budget, while the rail infrastructure management unit SNCF Reseau will gain 500 jobs. The net loss of 1,100 jobs is about 0.7 percent of the company’s nearly 149,000 staff.


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