Dyson to cut up to 1000 jobs as more than a quarter of UK workforce axed

Dyson to cut up to 1000 jobs as more than a quarter of UK workforce axed

Dyson is axeing up to 1,000 jobs in the UK as part of a cost-cutting drive. The move by the vacuum cleaner maker, which relocated its headquarters to Singapore in 2019, will see its UK-based workforce reduced by more than a quarter. The company, founded by Sir James Dyson in 1991, has 3,500 UK employees based in offices in Wiltshire, Bristol and London. Staff were told the news on Tuesday morning. In a statement, Dyson chief executive Hanno Kirner said …