SAS cuts could mean more work for Sweden

Although scandinavian airline SAS is cutting hundreds of jobs, a Danish paper reports that most of these cuts will be in Denmark and Norway.

This would mean the Swedish SAS office may have to hire more people, to deal with all the work that is no longer being done by the Denmark and Norway staff.

Berlingske Tidende reports that between 700 and 800 people working in SAS administration will lose their jobs. The Danish admin staff union HK says that is is a bad idea to move their work to Sweden. "We should be able to solve it in another way, in these high-tech times2, says union president Maj-Britt Hoff Kjeldse.

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