The aircraft manufacturer Boeing Co (BA.N) announced on Tuesday that it intends to remove approximately 150 finance employees in the United States this year in order to simplify its organisational structure and direct more resources into manufacturing and product development.
According to a statement that Boeing sent out to the media through email, the corporation plans to reduce employment levels in its information technology and finance departments.
Boeing, a company that has had problems in the past with engineering and production, has stated that it has boosted its staff by approximately 10,000 employees earlier this year and has stepped up hiring in its engineering and manufacturing departments in order to meet the demand of the market.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has promised to monitor Boeing more closely and outsource less duties for aircraft certification to the firm in the wake of two 737 MAX crashes in 2018 and 2019. These crashes occurred in 2018 and 2019.
Because of the FAA’s reservations with Boeing’s proposed inspection technique, the company decided to cease deliveries in May of 2021. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said in September 2020 that it was looking into possible manufacturing defects in some Boeing 787 jetliners.