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World-renowned Cirque du soleil will be meeting with staff Wednesday amid reports that up to 600 people could be laid off.

Renee-Claude Menard, Cirque’s senior director of public relations, said on Tuesday she would not comment about layoff speculation until the staff meeting.

However, she confirmed the famed organization is conducting a major review of its operations in light of “our recent production adjustments.”

“It is a completely normal adjustment for any type of company.”

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via Cirque du soleil to meet with staff amid layoff reports – The Globe and Mail.

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