A subsidiary of US insurer Allstate is said to be cutting more jobs in Northern Ireland following staff redundancies made earlier this year.
BBC News NI cited an Allstate spokesperson as pointing to a ‘transformation’ of how the business operates. Job cuts in July were attributed to a restructuring.
The spokesperson was quoted as saying: “When employees are affected by these changes, we help them find new opportunities at Allstate or provide job placement and financial support.”
Details such as the number and nature of the impacted positions are not publicly available.
According to its website, Allstate NI provides business support services to its parent company. These services include technology, data, cybersecurity, and finance. The subsidiary employs more than 2,000 people.
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