Redundancies mark 'closing time' for PRH's e-book production team

Redundancies mark 'closing time' for PRH's e-book production team

Three roles in Penguin Random House's (PRH) e-book production team have been made redundant as part of a strategic move by the company to integrate e-books within its print production operations. 

Nine roles in the e-book production team of 19 were classified "at risk" at the end of last year as part of the change in strategy. Since this time, it is understood three roles have been made redundant and following consultation with employees, the majority of the remaining six people were moved to other parts of the business.

The shake-up follows the redundancy of digital publisher Dan Frankli...

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