DAILY BRIEFING: Alton Towers to make up to 70 staff redundant in wake of Smiler rollercoaster crash



JOBS THREAT Alton Towers is to make up to 70 staff redundant after a review of the business in the aftermath of a roller-coaster crash.
The resort, which employs 800 full-time staff and an additional 1,500 seasonal workers, confirmed at-risk notices had been sent to those affected. 
A spokesman for the Staffordshire theme park said the move was ‘part of Alton Towers’ continued recovery’, and the cuts would fall across all the park’s departments.
Park operator Merlin Attractions was fined £5million at Stafford Crown Court in September for a ‘catastrophic failure’ of health and safety rules... read more

 
14 November 2016 in Business, Views: 54
Source: Daily Mail
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