Employees of Radio Africa group are a worried lot as a massive round of layoffs finally catches up with them.

The impending layoffs were announced by the group CEO Patrick Quarcoo via an internal memo on Thursday to all staff.

In the memo, Quarcoo notes the recent shift in the media industry which has forced the group to make changes in order to remain competitive.

“As you may have observed in the recent past, there has been a shift in the media industry over time forced us to make changes in our business model, to maintain our competitive e company,” Quarcoo said

According to the memo, the group’s management has been forced to make critical decisions that may render several positions redundant.

“As Management, we have been faced with a situation that require critical business decision made to ensure business continuity,” the memo read.

“We will therefore be reorganizing our internal operation the process, we may declare numerous positions redundant based on the new structure.”

This development comes after other giant media houses such the Nation Media Group sent some of it’s prominent staff packing in a restructuring move.

Radio Africa Group is the home of Kiss 100, Classic 105, Radio Jambo, X FM, East FM, Smooth FM, The Star newspaper and Kiss Television.