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A restructuring exercise at Vodafone Ghana has impacted on some roles and Graphic Online has gathered that over 100 jobs at the telecom company have been affected.

The affected staff and management have since agreed on the severance packages and Graphic Online gathers there are however some workers who are not happy about their severance package.

The retrenchment Graphic Online understand will take effect from October 2019.

When contacted, the External Affairs Director of Vodafone Ghana, Mr Gayheart Mensah explained that the company was restructuring “how it operates in order to remain fit-for-purpose, agile and numble.”

This, he indicated was to enhance efficiency and competitiveness and ensure a sustainable operation that delivers an exciting future – the promise Vodafone makes to its customers.”

“The restructuring involves consolidation and alignment of various roles in the organisation. The aim is to improve the various points at which Vodafone touches its customers, streamline the go-to-market approach and position the company to take advantage of new opportunities in the industry,” Mr Mensah explained.

He added: “The exercise will have implications for some roles in the organisation. Vodafone assures that employees in the impacted roles will be treated with respect and decency and in accordance with the country’s labour laws and the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) of the company.”

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