The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) will reduce its staff by 20 per cent, which is equivalent to 62 jobs. The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the board gave this information on Tuesday. Harrison said in a statement released on the ECB website that the move was being taken due to the economic crisis caused by the Kovid-19 epidemic.
Harrison said in a statement, “In recent weeks we have reviewed the structure and budget of the ECB to reduce costs to meet our objectives. We shared this with people working with us and shared it Approval has been given, it will allow for necessary savings. This will affect every part of the ECB and this savings is possible only if we make some cuts. “
“In these proposals, there is a cut of 20 per cent personnel, according to which 62 jobs will have to be reduced. Also we are looking to save by changing the number of existing positions.”
Harrison said the ECB is ready to help those who would be affected by the proposal.
“We will help our colleagues who are affected by this proposal in the coming days,” he said.
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