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Metricon sacks NSW sales staff via Microsoft Teams

Construction giant Metricon unceremoniously sacked the majority of its NSW sales staff via Microsoft Teams on Monday, in the latest sign that the struggling company is teetering on collapse.

The company later confirmed that 9 per cent, or about 225 out of its 2500-strong national workforce, will be let go in a restructure.

David Shorten, Metricon’s NSW state sales manager, informed staff at the Monday morning meeting that state numbers would be cut to just 18, from roughly 60 currently, with redundancy payouts offered to those unable to be redeployed.

About 15 trainee sales consultants have also been terminated with no offer of redeployment.

“To better accommodate and reflect the requirements of the current market and ensure the most appropriate deployment of resources, we have undertaken an important review of the sales team,” Mr Shorten said in a statement read out in the Teams…


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