Rogers Communications Inc has cut several hundred middle management jobs in what the company has dubbed Rogers 3.0, a plan that was announced in May along with the new management team.
We received the following statement in an email from Director of Public Affairs, Patricia Trott concerning the changes:
“We are now in the midst of reorganizing to put in place the right structure to deliver on our plan, which will overhaul the customer experience and reaccelerate our growth relative to our peers. As part of the restructuring we have reduced the number of Vice President and above positions by 15 percent and several hundred middle management positions have also been eliminated across the company including publishing. These decisions are never easy. The goal is to become a more nimble, agile organization with much clearer accountabilities. Savings will be reinvested in areas like training and systems to better serve our customers.”