Sunrise is evaluating a reduction of 200 jobs during the first quarter of 2024, which could lead to around 180 redundancies.
The job cut at Sunrise will represent 6.6 percent of 2,722 full-time employees.
“The projects and measures that we’ve already implemented are leading us to streamline our corporate structure so that we can continue to increase our flexibility and competitiveness in the market and to build a foundation for stable growth in the coming years,” Andre Krause, CEO of Sunrise, said.
The aim is to streamline the company structures. The main areas under consideration are a variety of leadership positions and functions without direct customer contact across all areas of the organization. Sunrise shops and customer service with direct are not the focus of these redundancies.
Sunrise said job cut would be implemented from mid-January to the end of March 2024 at the latest, with the majority of the redundancies taking place in January.