Jobs shake-up at CPP in York Jobs shake-up at CPP in York 12 hrs ago / Andrew Hitchon 4 comments Don't be the last to know! Get the latest local news straight to your inbox. Sign up A TOTAL of 19 jobs are to go at a major York employer, though ten new roles will also be created there.
Holgate-based CPP said the posts being lost were on its UK operations side due to a reduction in the number of people calling the company directly.
The ten new roles are in a number of areas, including IT, marketing, sales, HR and research, some of which are intended to support CPP’s overseas expansion.
Jason Walsh, CPP’s chief executive, said: “Over the last 18 months significant progress has been made in turning the business around, with particular attention focused on generating long-term value and growth.
“As a business we have been growing internationally for some time and we have recently undertaken a review of our UK operations.
“As the result of a need to refocus these operations ahead of future, more stable, growth, there will be a small number of jobs losses within our UK operations team.
“We are currently looking to grow certain other group and UK functions across a number of areas.”
I remember it well. Those were the days we all thought sp would get back to £1 in no time at all. How many of us are still here from those days? I did sell out about this time last year when it hit about 17p but back in again now as things look like could be turning round for the company now. Again ever hopeful. Looking like it could be picking up again after initial sell off from recent bounce. 'This time next year Rodney' or Morley.
No one even mentions VVOP any more. I remember one of RNSs from the previous board saying that they are expecting VVOP to be lifted from FCA by January 2016. That would make huge difference for share price
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