Cricket Tasmania personal ax to cope with financial impact of coronavirus pandemic

TASMANIA Cricket Tasmania on Wednesday he said he will fire some of the staff to face the financial impact caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Cricket Tasmania announced an organizational redesign that will focus on cost reduction and revenue protection that enables the business to remain as strong as it possibly can in these uncertain times.

It is an unfortunate consequence of the redesign that a number of roles in the business will no longer exist. While some of the roles being made redundant are currently vacant and will not be filled, there will regretfully be some job losses, Cricket Tasmania said in a statement.

director Dominic Baker said the immediate and future impacts of coronavirus have led us to this 'unenviable situation'.

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it'saverydifficulttimeforbusinessesaroundtheworld,andunfortunatelywe'rehavingtomakesometoughdecisionstosecurethefutureofcrickettasmania.ourfinancialpositioncomingintothisperiodwasrelativelygood,havingsignificantlyreducedourlevelsofdebtoverrecentyears,however,theimmediateandfutureimpactsofcoronavirushaveledustothisunenviablesituation,bakersaidinastatement.

withcricketaustralia'srevenuereductions; no events in the Blundstone Arena Feature Center; and the cancellation of major events like One Day International in March and this year's AFL games, it would be negligent on our part not to mitigate the risks of this new landscape pose, he added.

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