Since the announcement on September 27th 2011, BAE Systems has been working closely with Trade Unions, employee representatives and other parties to mitigate as many of the potential job losses as possible. Whilst we continue to explore all opportunities for mitigation, sadly, in certain areas at Brough it is unlikely that we will be able to mitigate all the potential job losses and today we have communicated to our employees those areas where it may be necessary to make compulsory redundancies and when they would take place.
The Company has given a commitment that no employee will leave the business at Brough before the end of January 2013 unless they do so voluntarily.”
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