Geneva | Reuters --
Swiss inspections group SGS plans to trim its workforce by 2,000 across about 120 countries in a process of natural attrition rather than sudden cuts or corporate restructuring, company spokesman Daniel Rufenacht said on Thursday.
CEO Frankie Ng was earlier quoted by Swiss newspapers Handelszeitung
and Tribune de Geneve
as saying an analyst report that the company could shed 2,000-3,000 of its 97,000 jobs seemed quite realistic, adding that the…[Read more]