Dozens of workers at a Leyland firm which provides maintenance services for local councils have been warned their jobs are at risk as part of a restructure.
Around 45 administration and support workers at Enterprise plc on Centurion Way have been given the warning as the company looks to move some of its operations to Liverpool.
The move comes after Enterprise made around 60 IT workers and technical staff at their bases in Leyland and Bamber Bridge redundant earlier this year.
Now, bosses at the firm say they have told workers about the latest restructure plans and claim they have been forced into making efficiency savings to contend with the impact of public sector spending cuts putting pressure on their major clients.
The announcement was made to staff earlier this week.
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