Warwickshire County Council has announced that in the next four years there will be job cuts, with a maximum of 627 positions being removed.
The Council also says compulsory redundancies are inevitable but it hopes this will be through natural wastage.
In the last three years, the Council has lost 1500-1600 staff. At present, the Council employs around 7500 people excluding schools.
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