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25% of Shaw workforce takes voluntary buyout, CFO leaving

News | 02/15/2018 2:13 pm EST

Shaw Communications Inc. has revealed that 3,300 employees, or a quarter of its total staff, will take the company up on its offer of voluntary buyouts in a move that will cost $450 million next quarter, but then save it an expected $225 million a year.

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