Alaska Communications plans to chop its workforce by 30 staff, or about 5 %, spokeswoman Heather Cavanaugh stated Monday.
The Anchorage-based mostly telecommunications firm final week provided all its staff the choice to take voluntary separation packages.
“Whereas elements of our firm are rising, we even have strain from reductions in state and federal packages,” Cavanaugh stated, although she wouldn’t go into specifics. “I would not say ‘shedding’ essentially, as a result of we anticipate to do voluntary separation packages to the extent attainable.”
She didn’t supply a timeline for when the cuts can be completed.
“It is not one thing we need to do however really feel it is in the perfect curiosity of getting a wholesome firm over the long run,” Cavanaugh stated.
Alaska Communications is a number of corporations to trim its workforce amid the state recession.