On Wednesday introduced a program on operational changes, according to which the emphasis will be on the savings needed to deal with the Kovid-19 situation while ensuring the game’s long-term stability and growth.
According to the CA’s official statement, 40 more employees will be fired. Since the onset of the Coronavirus crisis in March, 200 people have been fired so far. The board said that this would save up to $ 40 million every year.
This move by CA, however, will preserve their home season. CA now plans to have the Marsh Sheffield Shield and Marsh Cup. At the same time, there will be no change in Big Bash League and Women’s Big Bash League as well. The CA chairman said, “In the Kovid-19 crisis, there is a need to work with the cricket community. Given the impact of the Kovid-19, we have reduced the financial impact on our organization, our people, our partners and players.”
CA’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) resigned from his post on Tuesday and his position has been appointed as interim CEO. Hockley is currently the chief executive of the ICC T20 World Cup. In addition, she also held the responsibility of the Women’s World Cup at the start of this year.