Insiders have tipped that Telecom Fiji Limited is due to make a second round of redundancies.
Word is coming in that TFL is currently issuing directives for all employees to apply for their own position, and 'possible mass redundancies are around the corner.'
Sources say 'TFL is in a right mess' and employees were stunned to see their positions being re-advertised on the intranet.
It's believed those who survived the cut last time will be the victims this time around.
Many of the staff likely to lose their jobs are older workers who are a burden to the company, which is trying to save a reported $4 million.
Insiders say TFL is making a mistake by axing experienced workers, especially technicians, a number of whom were recruited by New Zealand and Australia after last month's layoffs.
They say the business will ultimately suffer in the future.
TFL is a limited liability company and 100 per cent owned subsidiary of Amalgamated Telecom Holdings (ATH).
It revealed in January it was restructuring and that about 150 jobs in total would be lost when it was done, pushing the total workforce figure down to about 500.
It also revealed just last week that it was sponsoring Fiji Warriors, Fijiana and the Island Zone Competition.
The announcement was made at the same function where it was revealed that Vodaofne would have the naming rights to the Fiji 7 team, the
national 15s team — the Flying Fijians, the national under-18 and national