Transocean faces criticism after layoff round: "Has created a culture of fear"

A union and employee representatives in Transocean's Norwegian business are very disappointed about the way management has handled a layoff round.

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Transocean faces harsh criticism from a union for the way it handled a a series of layoffs in Norway.

Trade union Safe thinks the American-owned rig company is crossing the line and has broken several agreements with its layoffs of between 90 to 100 employees. The company's union representatives agree with the criticism, writes media E24.

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