Facing an exodus, EMA starts to line up temp replacements as top staffers jump ship
LONDON — Depending on whether the EMA ends up moving to Amsterdam or, well, someplace like Zagreb, the European drugs agency expects to lose anywhere from one fifth to virtually all of its staff when it leaves Canary Wharf in London.
In order to fill the gap, however large, it’s put out contracts for temporary workers with one of the largest “tender offers” of its kind for the EMA, reports the Financial Times.
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