Bayer Schering job cuts on target

Williams, Dede
June 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;6/4/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 69, p11
Trade Publication
This article states that Bayer Schering Pharma has reached agreement with nearly two-thirds of the Berlin, Germany-based employees who will lose their jobs in the company's merger-related workforce reduction plan. The plan foresees the elimination of 6,100 group positions, including 1,500 in Germany. Speaking at the Bayer Group annual general meeting, managing board member Werner Baumann stressed that most of the reductions would be made through early retirement and severance pay packages.


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