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17:20  09 june  2020
17:20  09 june  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Automobile, transports, distribution… l’emploi boit la tasse © sukanya sitthikongsak / Getty Images Automobile, transport, distribution… employment drinks the cup Air transport, automobile, distribution ... The coronavirus crisis has an impact devastating on the job!

Bankruptcies, social plans ... The coronavirus pandemic has caused considerable damage in many economic sectors, particularly in the air, automotive and distribution. And employment is paying a heavy price ... In addition to the multinationals, the pandemic has also put in difficulty a multitude of smaller companies (traders, craftsmen, subcontractors ...) and silently destroys many precarious jobs ( interim, fixed-term contract ...).

Collapse of air traffic: Rolls-Royce will cut "at least" 9,000 jobs

 Collapse of air traffic: Rolls-Royce will cut © AFP The Rolls-Royce engine manufacturer, which has already reduced its workforce by 4,600 people since 2018, will cut "at least "9,000 jobs due to the crisis in the airline industry. Handled by the collapse of air traffic linked to the Covid-19 pandemic, the British aircraft engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce announced on Wednesday the abolition of "at least" 9,000 jobs. Bad news keeps coming for jobs in the aeronautics sector.

With its planes nailed to the ground, the air transport sector is hit hard. Several companies have already declared themselves bankrupt . The Colombian company Avianca (20,000) and the Australian giant Virgin Australia (10,000) are resounding examples. Certain subsidiaries of LATAM , the main company in Latin America (42,000 employees), have placed themselves under the protection of Chapter 11 of American law to avoid going out of business. Smaller companies, such as the South African South African Airways and Comair, the British Flybe and four subsidiaries of Norwegian Air Shuttle, were also taken away.

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Other companies are holding the price of drastic cuts in their workforce: at least 19,000 job cuts announced by Air Canada, 12,000 at British Airways, 10,000 for the American Delta Air Lines, 5,000 for the Scandinavian SAS or 4,500 for the British EasyJet . Cuts also at the United Airlines (3,450 executive jobs), the British Virgin Atlantic (3,150 jobs), the Irish Ryanair (3,250) and Aer Lingus (900), Icelandair (2,000), Kuwait Airways (1,500), Brussels Airlines (1,000), Israeli El Al (1,000), Hungarian Wizz Air (1,000) and Fiji Airways (758).

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On the manufacturer side, Boeing plans to cut 16,000 jobs, the Canadian Bombardier 2,500, while the American engine manufacturers General Electric and British Rolls-Royce will respectively cut 12,600 and 9,000 jobs. Some states are trying to limit the damage: Germany has flown to the rescue of Lufthansa (nine billion euro plan) and Condor (550 million), France and the Netherlands have done the same with Air France-KLM (9 to 11 billion), Italy has opted for the nationalization of Alitalia. The United States has released 50 billion dollars (45.6 billion euros) for civil aviation, France 15 billion euros for the aeronautics sector. Cathay Pacific (Hong Kong), Easyjet, Swiss and Edelweiss (Switzerland), Air New Zealand, Singapore Airline, Garuda (Indonesia) and Austrian Airlines also received public support.

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On the automotive side, the announcement of 15,000 job cuts at Renault and the bankruptcy of the American rental company Hertz in North America are the two main indicators of the crisis in the industry. These are not isolated cases. Nissan will close a factory employing 3,000 people in Barcelona, ​​Volvo Cars will cut 1,300 executive positions in Sweden, the British manufacturers McLaren, Bentley and Aston Martin respectively 1,200, 1,000 and 500 jobs, the British chain of dealers Lookers 1,500. As for equipment manufacturers, French Novares has been placed in receivership and Hutchinson (Total) wants to cut a thousand jobs in France.

In distribution, the pandemic was fatal for many brands, suffocated by containment measures which forced them to close shops. In France, clothing brands (André, Naf Naf, La Halle, Camaïeu, Orchestra-Prémaman ...) have been placed in receivership. In the United States, the clothing chains J.C. Penney and JCrew declared bankruptcy, as did the British chain Laura Ashley, famous for its floral prints. For some companies, already in difficulty, the Covid-19 was only an accelerator.

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The pandemic has also driven the department stores of the American group Stage Stores and the British chain Debenams, the French furniture brand Alinéa and the British hire-purchase specialist to bankruptcy. of BrightHouse home products. As for the Slovenian appliance manufacturer Gorenje, it will cut 2,200 jobs.

Energy, faced with a drop in demand, is also suffering. The British oil giant BP announced plans to cut 10,000 jobs, the British supplier Ovo 2,600 and the Vallourec 900 group. The Texas group Diamond Offshore (drilling) and the American Whiting Petroleum Corporation (shale deposits) have filed for bankruptcy.

In catering, the British chains Carluccio's, Chiquito and Food and Fuel, and German Vapiano went bankrupt. In digital, Uber (VTC reservation) plans to lay off 6,700 employees and its competitor Lyft nearly 1,000. Airbnb and TripAdvisor have announced the layoff of about 25% of their workforce.

Jaguar E-Type Lays Dormant for 40 Years, Gets Glorious Restoration .
We love barn finds, but even the perfect barn find could take a lot of work to properly revive. Take this 1964 Jaguar E-Type, an example from the middle of the Series 1 production run with the smaller 3.8-liter XK inline-six that was parked in 1979. It looks pretty good in the barn photos—dusty, dirty, but relatively dry and complete—but nothing sits in the U.K. for four decades without needing some attention. 1/26 SLIDES © Automobile Magazine Staff 1964-Jaguar-E-Type-Barn-Find-2.jpg 2/26 SLIDES © Automobile Magazine Staff 1964-Jaguar-E-Type-Barn-Find-3.

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