450 management jobs set to be axed at BAE Systems

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Hundreds of jobs are understood to ​​be at risk at planemaker BAE ​Systems​ as part of a review of the management structure.

The company, which employs 11,000 people at its Warton and Samlesbury sites, is said to be ​poised to make wide-ranging cuts among its executive staff. No official announcements have been made, and the company said today ​it was communicating with staff about the review.

Chris Boardman, managing director of the Military Air and Information Division, is understood to have told staff that the number of executive roles would be “noticeably reduced”.


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