The aircraft maker cut about eight per cent of jobs since the beginning of this year, including a 10 per cent reduction of executive positions.
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In an internal memo, Boeing said it would offer a voluntary layoff programme in early 2017, but said involuntary layoffs may occur in some cases, Reuters reported.
Boeing, which will release its fourth-quarter results on 25 January, said it looks to reduce non-labour costs next year.
Last week, the company announced it would reduce the production of its twin-aisle 777 jetliner by 40 per cent in August 2017 due to weak demand for the aircraft. Boeing will increase spending on producing new models.
A spokesman told Reuters employees participating in the voluntary layoff program will receive a lump sum payment of one week's pay for each year served, for a maximum of 26 weeks.