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BP fires upwards of every fifth worker in Norway

Up to every fifth employee at BP Norway will be laid off over the next two years as part of a comprehensive global round of layoffs, writes Norwegian media E24.no.

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Another round of layoffs now hits the oil sector in Norway, and this time global oil company BP brings the bad news. Last week BP announced a comprehensive round of layoffs across the globe, and now the group has confirmed how the move will impact Norway.

210 positions will be terminated in Norway during 2016 and 2017. The terminated positions include salary and hourly workers, writes the Norwegian news site E24.no.

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