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IT players trimming down workforce
  • As the IT industry is entering a slowdown, several IT players are cutting down their work forces or giving no-pay holiday in order to survive from the crisis

    Last update: Monday 7 November 2011 [7 news items]

AMD Taiwan expected to cut 30-40 employees including an executive

Nov 7, 16:48

Following AMD's announced that it will reduce its workforce to boost operation efficiency, AMD Taiwan has reported to the Department of Labor under the Taipei Government that the...

AMD optimizes cost structure to enhance competitiveness and accelerate growth

Nov 4, 15:18

AMD has announced a restructuring plan and implementation of operational efficiency initiatives designed to strengthen the company's competitive positioning. AMD expects that these...

Taipei Department of Labor demands more evidence from Inventec for legalize layoffs, says paper

Newswatch - Nov 3, 15:26

The Department of Labor of the Taipei City government, on November 2, has said that documents submitted by Inventec proving the company has encountered a business contraction and...

HannStar denies lay-off rumors

Nov 2, 01:05

Panel maker HannStar denies rumors that it has laid off 20% of staff at its module plant in Nanjing, China. HannStar indicated the employees are simply being transferred to another...

Inventec to lay off over 400 employees

Oct 28, 01:40

Inventec plans to fire as many as 432 employees, according to sources close to the company, adding that it is being carried out starting today (October 27). The sources blamed an...

Foxlink making adjustments in personnel

Oct 11, 14:03

Despite seeing on-month growth in September revenues, component maker Foxlink is making some adjustments in its personnel. About 20-30 employees will be affected by the changes, according...

Quanta cuts PlayBook production lines

Sep 21, 01:10

Quanta Computer has reportedly cut back production lines for RIM's PlayBook at its factory in northern Taiwan due to a large decrease in orders and has offered preferential compensation...

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