Jobs at risk at Welwyn Hatfield Council-run venue
JOBS are at risk at a Welwyn Hatfield Council-run entertainment venue as it seeks to claw back �40,000. Eight posts at Campus West and Rollercity in WGC, are set to go, two of
JOBS are at risk at a Welwyn Hatfield Council-run entertainment venue as it seeks to claw back �40,000.
Eight posts at Campus West and Rollercity in WGC, are set to go, two of which are currently vacant.
It is understood all duty managers are part of the shake-up as well as frontline staff.
A council spokeswoman said: "We are looking at ways to make operational savings at Campus West and Rollercity of around �40,000.
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"The management structure at Campus West is being reviewed and a consultation process with the relevant employees has started.
"This may, regrettably result in some redundancies. At this stage certain job roles have only been identified as at risk."
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She added: "The council is looking at ways of avoiding redundancy or mitigating its consequences through redeployment where possible.