Liverpool City Council has announced it will make £90m in budget cuts over the next three years resulting in hundreds of job losses.
Smart machines and autonomous robots could make nearly 250,000 administrative roles redundant, report argues.
More than 100 jobs are at risk at Salford City Council, as it publishes plan to save £15.8m in 2017/18.
The Highland Council is this week considering a plan to cut its workforce to cope with spending cuts, with a final decision to be made in February.
Newcastle City Council has announced it is ‘shaking up’ its management arrangements in a bid to save half a million pounds.
Scottish councils have been forced to cut 7,000 jobs in the past year due to £350m funding cuts, council chiefs have warned.
Brighton and Hove has revealed plans to cut 140 jobs and raise council tax by nearly 4% in an attempt to save £24m.
Stoke-on-Trent City Council plans to save £61m over the next three years with the loss of 200 jobs.
Councils have warned that hundreds of additional jobs are at risk, as they publish plans to save millions over the next four years.
Oldham Council has warned the equivalent of more than 65 full time jobs could be lost as part of proposals to save £20m in 2017/18.