by Rachel Crook
Hundreds of UK jobs may be set to go after the announcement by mobile phone company Nokia that it is to trim its workforce.
The company has responded to a fall in demand for mobile phones by deciding to shed 1,700 jobs worldwide
Among those at risk could be workers at the company's UK head office in Farnborough.
Those facing redundancy could benefit from Lawpack's expert legal guide Surviving Redundancy on how to deal with the issue.
One company facing staff issues is the BBC, where journalists are poised to strike over plans to make some of them redundant.
A National Union of Journalists [NUJ] ballot found 77 per cent in favour of two days of action, which are scheduled for the April 3rd and 9th.
The NUJ said the vote underlined the determination of the union not to accept compulsory redundancies.
Published on: March 17, 2009