Emirates said there is no companywide program to reduce its headcount.
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Emirates is letting go dozens of employees as the Gulf carrier continues a push to streamline after several years of rapid growth, according to people with knowledge of the matter.The cuts at Emirates, which froze hiring last summer and hasn't taken on new crew in months, began in the last few weeks and affect middle- and upper-level managers, they said.Emirates, which last year posted its first annual profit drop since 2012, has streamlined operations, and the company has hired an outside consultant to assist in the review, one of the people said.
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